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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

12 May 2010

  • reduce -- Make Less
  • persuade -- To sway someone's opinion
  • sneeze -- Achoo!
  • perservere -- To keep going even if it's very hard
  • fertile -- Soil that grows things easily
  • provoke -- Taunt or stir into action
  • affectionate -- To show warm and liking feelings
  • language -- Words used by a nation to comminicate
  • severe -- Very bad
  • consume -- To eat
  • erode -- To wear or eat away
  • negotiate -- To bargain to reach agreement
  • squeeze -- To press firmly together
  • fortune -- Lots of money
  • remove -- Take away

3 times table

  • 3x11 -- 33
  • 3x1 -- 3
  • 3x4 -- 12
  • 3x7 -- 21
  • 3x10 -- 30
  • 3x0 -- 0
  • 3x3 -- 9
  • 3x6 -- 18
  • 3x9 -- 27
  • 3x12 -- 36
  • 3x2 -- 6
  • 3x5 -- 15
  • 3x8 -- 24

7 times table

  • 7x3= -- 21
  • 7 x 8 -- 56
  • 7x6= -- 42
  • 7 x 5 -- 35
  • 7x9= -- 63
  • 7 x 2 -- 14
  • 7x12 -- 84
  • 7 x 11 -- 77
  • 7x2= -- 14
  • 7 x 9 -- 63
  • 7x5= -- 35
  • 7 x 6 -- 42
  • 7x8= -- 56
  • 7 x 3 -- 21
  • 7x11= -- 77
  • 7 x 0 -- 0
  • 42/7= -- 6
  • 7x1= -- 7
  • 7 x 12 -- 84
  • 7x4= -- 28
  • 7 x 7 -- 49
  • 7x7= -- 49
  • 7 x 4 -- 28
  • 7x10= -- 70
  • 7 x 1 -- 7
  • 63/7= -- 9
  • 7 x 10 -- 70
  • 7x0= -- 0

a sound [ar]

  • craft --
  • almond --
  • bath --
  • past --
  • palm --
  • basket --
  • nasty --
  • pass --
  • plaster --
  • after --
  • father --
  • calf --
  • path --
  • task --
  • glass --

AI Words

  • wait --
  • complain --
  • curtain --
  • rain --
  • train --
  • braid --
  • entertain --
  • failure --
  • brain --
  • saint --
  • daisy --
  • certain --
  • bailiff --
  • main --
  • claim --

Angus

  • 8x8 -- 64
  • 10x12 -- 120
  • 8x6 -- 48
  • 6x9 -- 54
  • 9x7 -- 63
  • 3x12 -- 36
  • 2x11 -- 22
  • 10x10 -- 100
  • 7x5 -- 35
  • 6x2 -- 12
  • 4x8 -- 32
  • 8x5 -- 40
  • 11x3 -- 33
  • 9x4 -- 36
  • 5x5 -- 25

ARY & ERY WORDS

  • BOUNDARY -- AROUND THE EDGE OF SOMETHING
  • surgery --
  • DICTIONARY -- BOOK THAT LISTS WORDS ALPHABETICALLY AND GIVES MEANINGS
  • ordinary --
  • SLAVERY -- USING PEOPLE AS UNPAID LABOUR
  • ARCHERY -- SPORT WITH BOW AND ARROWS
  • boundary --
  • NURSERY -- PLACE WHERE BABIES ARE LOOKED AFTER
  • military --
  • MILITARY -- ABOUT THE ARMED FORCES
  • treachery --
  • discovery --
  • primary --
  • REFINERY -- PLACE THAT MAKES PETROL FROM CRUDE OIL
  • temporary --
  • MASTERY -- COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
  • SURGERY -- A MEDICAL OPERATION
  • necessary --
  • DROMEDARY -- CAMEL
  • bakery --
  • SECRETARY -- PERSON WHO DOES OFFICE WORK FOR ANOTHER
  • mastery --
  • dictionary --
  • BATTERY -- PORTABLE POWER SOURCE
  • secretary --
  • TREACHERY -- BETRAYING TRUST
  • DISCOVERY -- FINDING SOMETHING
  • imaginary --
  • BAKERY -- PLACE WHERE BREAD AND CAKES ARE MADE
  • dromedary --

AY Words

  • delay --
  • portray --
  • tray --
  • day --
  • today --
  • birthday --
  • display --
  • pray --
  • say --
  • clay --
  • holiday --
  • decay --
  • relay --
  • pay --
  • yesterday --

b & d confusion

  • dan --
  • bag` --
  • bad --
  • bud --
  • rub --
  • dab --
  • ball --
  • boy --
  • bend --
  • dob --
  • do --
  • bed --
  • box --
  • bus --
  • crab --

Bella X

  • fox -- a sly animal
  • mix -- to stir something
  • wax -- candles are made from this
  • exact -- the right amount
  • xylophone -- a musical instrument
  • box -- a cardboard container
  • fix -- to mend something
  • lax -- not doing something well
  • exam -- test at school
  • exit -- way out
  • ox -- an animal like a big cow
  • sox -- worn on the feet
  • fax -- short for facsimilie
  • six -- numeral after five
  • exist -- to live

Bryce Sept 2010

  • pyjamas -- clothes that you sleep in
  • measles -- disease that makes skin spotty
  • scissors -- instrument you open and close to cut
  • binoculars -- instrument you look through to make distant objects appear closer
  • spectacles -- reading glasses

Bryce Sept 2010 (2)

  • trout -- a type of fish (freshwater)
  • police -- law enforcers
  • innings -- cricket term - period of batting time
  • tongs -- instrument with 2 arms for holding food
  • moose -- an elk
  • cattle -- cows, bulls etc
  • athletics -- sport - track and field
  • scales -- instrument for weighing things
  • deer -- animal with antlers
  • pliers -- metal tool with 2 arms for holding objects
  • aircraft -- aeroplane
  • trousers -- long pants
  • tweezers -- small instrument with 2 arms used for plucking or picking up sml things
  • salmon -- a type of fish lives in the sea but goes up rivers to spawn

c sound [s]

  • cyclone --
  • cyrpess --
  • cell --
  • acid --
  • circle --
  • cycle --
  • cylinder --
  • cent --
  • celebrate --
  • city --
  • cinema --
  • cygnet --
  • centre --
  • chance --
  • decide --

CH Sound [k]

  • chemist --
  • choir --
  • Christmas --
  • chlorine --
  • archive --
  • school --
  • anchor --
  • chrome --
  • orchid --
  • echidna --
  • ache --
  • echo --
  • chorus --
  • monarch --
  • architect --

CH Sound [sh]

  • machine --
  • chassis --
  • charades --
  • chammy --
  • quiche --
  • chic --
  • parachute --
  • chicane --
  • champagne --
  • Charlotte --
  • chef --
  • chiffon --
  • avalanche --
  • niche --
  • panache --

chun & jun sounds

  • exhaustion -- being extremely tired and without energy
  • legion -- large number of armed soldiers
  • bludgeon -- to beat with a heavy object
  • Christian -- person who believes in Jesus Christ
  • Christianity -- religion believing in Jesus Christ
  • suggestion -- idea for a solution to a problem
  • region -- area of land or sea on the Earth
  • dungeon -- jail in an old castle
  • contagion -- something that spreads disease
  • question -- to ask for an answer
  • indigestion -- pain from food being processed in the body
  • surgeon -- doctor who does operations
  • pigeon -- bird
  • Sebastian -- boys name

CK after a short vowel

  • black --
  • neck --
  • bucket --
  • jacket --
  • paddock --
  • pack --
  • duck --
  • truck --
  • packet --
  • locker --
  • lick --
  • mock --
  • ticket --
  • docket --
  • knuckles --

Contractions

  • who've --
  • you'll -- Means you will
  • they'd --
  • don't -- Means do not
  • mightn't --
  • aren't --
  • who's -- Means who is
  • won't --
  • we're -- Means we are
  • didn't --
  • who've -- Means who have
  • shouldn't --
  • couldn't -- Means could not
  • can't --
  • they're -- Means they are
  • it's --
  • aren't -- Means are not
  • doesn't --
  • won't -- Means will not
  • you're --
  • didn't -- Means did not
  • you'll --
  • they'd -- Means they had or they would
  • doesn't --
  • haven't -- Means have not
  • it's -- Means it is
  • who's --
  • doesn't -- Means does not
  • we're --
  • you're -- Means you are

DGE sound [j]

  • dodge --
  • bridge --
  • porridge --
  • lodger --
  • budge --
  • edge --
  • judge --
  • dredge --
  • fidget --
  • badger --
  • badge --
  • fudge --
  • ledge --
  • gadget --
  • trudging --

EA Words Long [e]

  • nearly --
  • leaves --
  • meal --
  • dream --
  • leak --
  • bean --
  • cream --
  • meat --
  • steam --
  • breathe --
  • beach --
  • peace --
  • team --
  • please --
  • fleas --

EA Words Short [e]

  • heaven --
  • deaf --
  • dread --
  • peasant --
  • health --
  • spread --
  • bread --
  • thread --
  • threat --
  • breakfast --
  • heavy --
  • head --
  • tread --
  • breath --
  • death --

ED [ed] [d] [t]

  • lifted --
  • played --
  • baked --
  • skipped --
  • graded --
  • reported --
  • loved --
  • rubbed --
  • looked --
  • batted --
  • folded --
  • timed --
  • stopped --
  • jumped --
  • fitted --

EE words

  • teeth --
  • spleen --
  • refugee --
  • proceed --
  • feel --
  • sleep --
  • wheel --
  • agree --
  • bungee --
  • bee --
  • keen --
  • sheep --
  • sneeze --
  • committee --
  • creek --

ei [ee] words

  • deceit --
  • receipt --
  • ceiling --
  • deceive --
  • conceive --
  • conceited --
  • seize --
  • receive --
  • perceive --
  • conceit --
  • protein --

EIGH words

  • eighty -- 10 more than 70
  • freight -- cargo
  • eighteen -- legal age to drink in Australia
  • sleigh -- Santa's transport
  • weight -- how much something weighs
  • neigh -- sound made by a horse
  • neighbour -- someone who lives next door
  • weigh -- to put something on scales
  • eight -- numeral before nine

ese & er words

  • Japanese -- People from Japan
  • engineer -- Person who designs structures
  • auctioneer -- Person who sells goods by taking bids
  • conjurer -- Person who makes things appear by magic
  • Lebanese -- People from Lebanon
  • pioneer -- Person who explores and moves into new territory
  • jeweller -- Person who works with jewels, gold and silver
  • Chinese -- People from China
  • mountaineer -- Person who climbs mountains
  • passenger -- Person who is transported

EY Words

  • obey --
  • prey --
  • monkey --
  • hockey --
  • turkey --
  • grey --
  • survey --
  • key --
  • trolley --
  • honey --
  • they --
  • convey --
  • valley --
  • kidney --
  • journey --

F L S Z end 1 syll word

  • buzz --
  • gruff --
  • shell --
  • gulls --
  • mess --
  • frizz --
  • sniff --
  • puffing --
  • drill --
  • dress --
  • whizz --
  • cuff --
  • fluff --
  • roll --
  • cross --

IGH Words

  • sight --
  • high --
  • knight --
  • delight --
  • lightning --
  • sigh --
  • night --
  • flight --
  • might --
  • thigh --
  • fright --
  • light --
  • bright --
  • right --
  • slight --

ist words

  • tourist -- person who tours around a new place
  • dentist -- person who works with teeth
  • journalist -- person who keeps a journal of events and has it published as news
  • florist -- person who works with flowers
  • pianist -- person who plays the piano
  • artist -- person who produces art
  • podiatrist -- person who works with feet
  • scientist -- person who works making discoveries in science
  • pharmacist -- person in charge of a chemist shop

Italian & Chinese

  • chop suey --
  • pekinese --
  • pasta --
  • macaroni --
  • opera --
  • terrace --
  • mandarin --
  • lasagne --
  • antipasto --
  • minestrone --
  • chopsticks --
  • tai chi --
  • spaghetti --
  • parmesan --
  • sampan --

Italian/Chinese Words

  • chopsticks -- The Chinese use these to eat
  • tai chi -- Chinese exercise
  • spaghetti -- Long, thin pasta
  • parmesan -- Cheese grated on top of Italian food
  • solo -- A singer performing alone
  • chop suey -- Chinese dish of meat and vegetyables
  • sampan -- Flat bottomed wooden Chinese boat
  • pasta -- Flour & eggs mixed together, shaped for base for Italian food
  • macaroni -- Small tubes of pasta
  • opera -- Story told with music
  • terrace -- Open outdoor living area like a verandah
  • pekinese -- Small fluffy dog
  • lasagne -- Dish of pasta and meat sauce in layers with cheese topping
  • antipasto -- Traditional Italian first course of meat, olives and vegetables
  • minestrone -- Italian soup with beans and vegetables

KN Words

  • unknown --
  • knee --
  • knock --
  • knot --
  • knelt --
  • knell --
  • knife --
  • know --
  • kneel --
  • knickers --
  • knew --
  • knob --
  • knight --
  • knack --
  • knead --

OA Words

  • cockroach --
  • approach --
  • loan --
  • coast --
  • throat --
  • float --
  • toaster --
  • foal --
  • coach --
  • groan --
  • coal --
  • soap --
  • soak --
  • boat --
  • toast --

OI Words

  • poison --
  • noise --
  • soil --
  • join --
  • avoid --
  • ointment --
  • moist --
  • coil --
  • coin --
  • quoits --
  • appoint --
  • voice --
  • oil --
  • boil --
  • choice --

OO Words Long Sound

  • baboon --
  • bamboo --
  • moon --
  • snooze --
  • groom --
  • cocoon --
  • pool --
  • balloon --
  • shoot --
  • broom --
  • harpoon --
  • school --
  • afternoon --
  • spoon --
  • bloom --

OO Words Short Sound

  • wood --
  • understood --
  • good --
  • took --
  • brook --
  • stood --
  • hook --
  • look --
  • wool --
  • hood --
  • foot --
  • crooked --
  • book --
  • cook --
  • shook --

or ore oar w+or

  • world -- our earth
  • word -- group of letters with a vowel and having meaning
  • north -- a direction
  • shore -- edge of the water
  • soar -- birds flying without flapping their wings
  • fork -- used to eat a meal
  • soar -- birds flying without flapping their wings
  • world -- our earth
  • floor -- part of the room walked on
  • corn -- vegetable that grows as ears
  • corn -- vegetable that grows as ears
  • fork -- used to eat a meal
  • wore -- past tense of wear
  • board -- money paid for food and housing
  • board -- money paid for food and housing
  • work -- things done to be paid
  • four -- numeral before five
  • horn -- used to sound a warning
  • four -- numeral before five
  • horn -- used to sound a warning
  • store -- a shop
  • roar -- sound made by a lion
  • word -- group of letters with a vowel and having meaning
  • soar -- birds flying without flapping their wings
  • roar -- sound made by a lion
  • word -- group of letters with a vowel and having meaning
  • north -- a direction
  • shore -- edge of the water
  • corn -- vegetable that grows as ears
  • shore -- edge of the water
  • soar -- birds flying without flapping their wings
  • world -- our earth
  • floor -- part of the room walked on
  • floor -- part of the room walked on
  • corn -- vegetable that grows as ears
  • fork -- used to eat a meal
  • wore -- past tense of wear
  • wore -- past tense of wear
  • board -- money paid for food and housing
  • work -- things done to be paid
  • four -- numeral before five
  • work -- things done to be paid
  • four -- numeral before five
  • horn -- used to sound a warning
  • store -- a shop
  • roar -- sound made by a lion
  • store -- a shop
  • roar -- sound made by a lion
  • word -- group of letters with a vowel and having meaning
  • north -- a direction
  • shore -- edge of the water
  • floor -- part of the room walked on
  • north -- a direction
  • shore -- edge of the water
  • soar -- birds flying without flapping their wings
  • world -- our earth
  • wore -- past tense of wear
  • world -- our earth
  • floor -- part of the room walked on
  • corn -- vegetable that grows as ears
  • fork -- used to eat a meal
  • fork -- used to eat a meal
  • wore -- past tense of wear
  • board -- money paid for food and housing
  • work -- things done to be paid
  • board -- money paid for food and housing
  • work -- things done to be paid
  • four -- numeral before five
  • horn -- used to sound a warning
  • store -- a shop
  • horn -- used to sound a warning
  • store -- a shop
  • roar -- sound made by a lion
  • word -- group of letters with a vowel and having meaning
  • north -- a direction

OY Words

  • enjoyment --
  • annoying --
  • boy --
  • loyal --
  • convoy --
  • employ --
  • oyster --
  • soy --
  • destroy --
  • buoy --
  • royal --
  • joy --
  • toy --
  • ploy --
  • annoy --

plurals es

  • choruses --
  • witnesses --
  • speeches --
  • leashes --
  • hoaxes --
  • thrushes --
  • taxes --
  • successes --
  • indexes --
  • fortresses --

plurals es (2)

  • speeches --
  • leashes --
  • sandwiches --
  • hoaxes --
  • thrushes --
  • taxes --
  • sketches --
  • successes --
  • indexes --
  • fortresses --
  • harnesses --
  • bonuses --
  • choruses --
  • witnesses --

Short e phonograms

  • bread --
  • breakfast --
  • heavier --
  • feathers --
  • pencil --
  • heifer --
  • again --
  • wealth --
  • spread --
  • leisure --
  • said --
  • weapon --
  • breath --
  • heaven --
  • friend --

Silent H words

  • John --
  • exhaust --
  • honest --
  • exhibit --
  • heirloom --
  • honorable --
  • hour --
  • heir --
  • honorary --
  • honour --

Silent Letters

  • honesty -- telling the truth
  • rhinoceros -- large African animal
  • sword -- weapon with long sharp blade
  • knowledge -- understanding facts
  • gnash -- gringing teeth together
  • dinghy -- small boat
  • almond -- type of nut
  • whisper -- speak very quietly
  • raspberry -- small red berry
  • guilty -- having done wrong
  • hymn -- song sung in church
  • couple -- two
  • vehicle -- car, truck etc
  • pneumonia -- sickness involving the lungs
  • design -- drawing from which something is made

Sounds a

  • apple --
  • blaze --
  • almond --
  • bald --
  • quarry --
  • wallet --
  • grapes --
  • basket --
  • water --
  • what --
  • animal --
  • snakes --
  • afternoon --
  • altogether --
  • apricot --

TCH Sound [ch]

  • fetch -- what a dog does going after a ball or stick
  • scratch --
  • kitchen -- place in a house where food is prepared
  • ditch --
  • ketch -- a yacht
  • sketch --
  • hatch -- come out of an egg
  • kitchen --
  • scotch -- a drink from Scotland
  • switch -- something to turn on/off electricity
  • snatch --
  • stretch -- to make longer
  • itch --
  • witch -- character with a broom who makes spells
  • stretch --
  • stitch -- to sew one loop
  • Dutch --
  • batch -- one lot of something like scones or cakes
  • satchel --
  • catch -- take hold of something particularly a ball
  • match --
  • match -- another word for a football GAME
  • stitch --
  • satchel -- another name for a bag with a strap
  • fetch --
  • ditch -- a gulley in the ground
  • clutch --
  • itch -- something to be scratched
  • ratchet --
  • catch --

th tw dw wh

  • dwell --
  • Thursday --
  • twilight --
  • dwindle --
  • whisk --
  • whirl --
  • thaw --
  • twine --
  • dwarf --
  • whim --
  • thorough --
  • thirsty --
  • twinge --
  • whisper --
  • thought --

The sound [or]

  • naughty -- not well behaved
  • boarder -- someone who pays to live with you
  • snore -- loud noise made while sleeping
  • brought -- past tense of bring
  • reward -- special merit for effort
  • hawk -- large bird
  • morning -- time when the sun comes up
  • favourite -- something liked the most
  • prawn -- marine animal like a shrimp
  • wharf -- place where ships are loaded
  • nought -- nothing / zero
  • walrus -- sea animal with tusks
  • mooring -- place where a boat can be tied up
  • laundry -- place where clothes are washed
  • daughter -- female child

Words Ending [un] Sound

  • bulletin -- short news story
  • common -- shared by a number of people
  • robin -- bird
  • pagan -- believing in an ancient religion
  • fountain -- water feature
  • happen -- take place
  • leaden -- made of lead
  • apron -- clothing to protect clothes
  • Franklin -- American statesman
  • veteran -- someone who has fought for their country
  • bargain -- something bought cheaply
  • woman -- female human being
  • certain -- for sure
  • trodden -- past participle of tread
  • cotton -- plant producing threads for cloth

words with tch [ch]

  • satchel -- bag with a shoulder strap
  • fetch -- go after and bring back
  • sketch -- draw
  • switch -- device for turning on/off electricity
  • stretch -- make longer
  • thatch -- material to cover a roof
  • catch -- get hold of a ball
  • match -- something that looks the same
  • scratch -- to rub lightly with fingernails
  • ditch -- trench in the dirt
  • notch -- cut on the edge of something
  • witch -- woman who practises magic
  • hatch -- come out of an egg
  • kitchen -- place in house for cooking
  • Dutch -- people from Holland

WR Words

  • writing --
  • write --
  • writhe --
  • wrinkle --
  • wrench --
  • wrought --
  • wrap --
  • wriggle --
  • wreath --
  • wrong --
  • wrapper --
  • wrist --
  • wrestle --
  • wreck --
  • wring --
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