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Stingray Chaser

Free stingrays and remove harmful algae from the ocean. After removing enough debris from the stingrays, you will be asked to select the correct answer to continue.




Pinball

Vocabulary Pinball Click on the red flipper buttons to keep the ball in play. Try to hit all of the letters with the ball to spell a word. Next, choose the correct definition for the word. A correct answer gives a free ball and an incorrect takes a ball away. Hold down and release the green button to launch the ball! Try all of the lists or register to make your own!




Word Find

Play the classic Word Search and find game.




Word Scramble - Words Only

Solve the scrambled words by moving the tiles around. Use the vocabulary definition or math answers to provide you the hint you need!




Word Scramble - Problems and Definitions

Solve the scrambled words by moving the tiles around. Use the vocabulary definition or math answers to provide you the hint you need!




Hangman

Play hangman with your words. Guess letters to form words from the lists that are added by people just like you! Practice your classroom lists.




List Content

mesopotamia part 1

  • Gilgamesh -- Tyrannical Babylonian King who ruled the city of Uruk
  • Cuneiform -- Writing that uses small, wedge-shaped characters
  • Akkad -- Ancient region in central northern Mesopotamia
  • Hammurabi code -- First code of law written down in 18th century B.C. by Hammurabi
  • Sumerian -- Member of ancient people that built the flourishing civilization of Sumer
  • Ziggurat -- Ancient Mesopotamian pyramid-shaped tower with a square bases
  • scribes -- People who know how to read and write
  • Babylon -- Capital of ancient Babylonia, located on the Euphrates river in modern Iraq
  • civilization -- Complex societies, cities, government, writing
  • Fertile Crescen -- Geographic region that runs from the Mediterranean Sea in the west of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in the east, ending at the Arabian Gulf
  • epic -- Lengthy narrative poem celebrating the adventures and achievements of a hero
  • pictograms -- Symbol or picture representing a word or idea in a writing system
  • Sargon th Great -- Akkadian king, united the Sumer and Akkad (Iraq and Syria)
  • Hammurabi -- Greatest Ammonite leader, started the Eye for an Eye code of law
  • Mesopotamia -- Ancient region located between Tigris, And Euphrates rivers in modern Iraq and Syria. The site of early urban Civilizations, Between Iran and Iraq

mesopotamia part 2

  • Mesopotamia -- The land between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers
  • Assyrians -- These people had trade up and down the Tigris river
  • Gilgamesh -- This king built city walls for protection against invaders
  • commerce -- Buying, selling and exchanging goods
  • cities -- They grow up in valleys and become the center of civilization
  • Cuneiform -- Pictographic language
  • Sumer -- First major civilization in Mesopotamia
  • Akkad -- City north of Sumeria
  • farming -- Can feed a lot of people
  • Sargon theGreat -- This king ruled the fertile crescent started the world’s first empire
  • water way -- This brought water to the fields for the famers
  • Hammurabi -- Greatest Ammorite leader and started the first code of law
  • epic -- A long poem of a hero’s brave deeds and adventures
  • Aqueducts -- Stone channels or pipes that carry water from distant places
  • Ziggurat -- Tallest building in the city was the temple called
  • trade -- Goods and ideas move from one place to another
  • irrigation -- This allowed farmers to grow lots of food for a large population
  • scribes -- Record keepers or people who knew how to write
  • Sargon theGreat -- This king united the Sumerian cities and created Sumer Akkad
  • dams, channel -- Farmers controlled flooding with
  • Babylonians -- These people didn’t have natural resources and so they needed to trade with neighboring countries
  • FertileCrescent -- Geographic region across Syrian Desert to the Mediterranean Sea and to Tigris and Euphrates rivers
  • Nineveh -- The capital city that was the center of commerce
  • Gilgamesh -- Who built the city of Uruk?
  • Hanging Gardens -- The most outstanding building in Babylon full of plants
  • Mesopotamia -- World’s first civilization that started by the Tigris and Euphrates rivers
  • pictograph -- Pictures represent words
  • Sumerians -- The Akkadians rose to power. Who started to weaken?
  • Mesopotamia -- World’s first civilization that started along the Tigris and Euphrates rivers
  • Babylon -- Amorites invaded Mesopotamia and built a city on the Euphrates River called

mesopotamia part 4

  • cities -- They grow up in valleys and become the center of civilization
  • Sumer -- First major civilization in Mesopotamia
  • Low class -- Enslaved people who worked on the farms or in temples
  • Aqueducts -- Stone channels or pipes that carry water from distant places
  • trade -- Goods and ideas move from one place to another
  • irrigation -- This allowed farmers to grow lots of food for a large population
  • upper class -- Kings, priests, government officials
  • Cuneiform -- Most important Sumerian invention was their writing system
  • Nineveh -- The capital city that was the center of commerce
  • Hanging Gardens -- The most outstanding building in Babylon full of plants
  • Mesopotamia -- World’s first civilization that started by the Tigris and Euphrates rivers
  • Sumerians grew -- barley and bread dates
  • middle class -- Artisans, merchants, farmers, fishermen, largest group
  • Assyrians -- These people had trade up and down the Tigris river
  • commerce -- Buying, selling and exchanging goods

mesopotamia part 5

  • Babylon -- This city didn’t have natural resources and so it had to trade with nearby countries
  • Akkadians -- They rose to power and the Sumerians weakened
  • epic -- A long poem that tells a story about a hero
  • Assyria -- Who did trade up and down the river?
  • Sargon -- Great king who ruled Akkad, established Sumer Akkad, world’s first empire
  • Sumer -- Kush, Logash and Ur belonged to
  • Fertile Crescen -- Region from Mediterranean Sea to the Tigris and Euphrates rivers
  • Akkad -- City located north of Sumer
  • Cuneiform -- First written language that uses pictographs
  • Sargon -- Great king of Akkad, established Sumer Akkad, ruled Fertile Crescent, first world empire
  • Ziggurat -- Name of the tallest building in Sumer
  • Nineveh -- Capital of Assyria and center of trade commerce

nate the great part 2

  • scooped -- to pick up alot of things
  • thaw -- to make something frozen into soft
  • counter -- like a table
  • syrup -- like honey used for pancakes
  • boa -- a long scarf made of feathers
  • drooping -- to fall down
  • business -- place to make money
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