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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

Unit 1 Section 1 Bible

  • Miracle -- Something that could not happen without God
  • Descendant -- Any person born in a family such as a child, grandchild, great-grandchild
  • Sacrifice -- A gift or offering to God
  • Angel -- A messenger of God
  • Ram -- A male sheep
  • Altar -- A raised place for the offering of sacrifices

Unit 1 Section 1 History

  • nephew -- the son of your brother or sister
  • buoy -- a floating marker put in the sea to warn or show a safe course for ships
  • crooked -- uneven
  • general -- a little bit of everything
  • niece -- the daughter of your brother or sister
  • quarry -- a place where stone is dug or blasted out
  • bow -- The forward (front) part of the boat
  • community -- a number of people with the same interests who live in the same place
  • deck -- the floor of a boat
  • lobster -- a sea animal with hard body and ten legs, counting the large claws
  • opera -- a play set to music
  • bay -- The part of the sea surrounded by the land
  • cannery -- a place where fish, meat, and fruit are put into cans
  • cylinder -- something long and round with flat ends
  • granite -- hard rock often used in buildings

Unit 1 Section 1 Science

  • blood -- the red liquid inside the body
  • create -- to make for the first time
  • inhale -- to breathe in
  • scientist -- a person who studies science
  • oxygen -- a gas that is part of the air you breathe
  • carbon dioxide -- the gas exhaled from the lungs
  • exhale -- to breathe out
  • nitrogen -- a gas that is part of the air you breathe
  • nostrils -- the opening in the nose
  • breathe -- to force air in and out of the lungs
  • digest -- to change food so the body can use it
  • lungs -- the organ in the body that takes in air while breathing
  • tube -- a pipe shaped object
  • trachea -- the windpipe where air is carried from the throat to the lungs

Unit 1 Section 2 Science

  • dissolve -- to make a solid into a liquid
  • large intestine -- an organ in the body where digestion is finished
  • saliva -- the liquid that glands make to keep the mouth wet
  • towel -- a piece of cloth or paper for drying
  • digestion -- the body changing food for its use
  • gland -- an organ in the body that gives out some liquid
  • muscle -- tissues in the body that help the body move
  • small intestine -- an organ in the body where digestion takes place
  • stomach -- an organ in the body that first recieves the food for digestion
  • cocoa -- a powder that tastes like chocolate
  • funnel -- a tool for pouring into a small opening
  • mixture -- two or more things together
  • salivary glands -- the glands that make saliva
  • stir -- to mix

Unit1 Section1 History B

  • Sardines -- small fish used for food. They are kept in oil.
  • wharf -- a platform built on a shore where boats are tied
  • stern -- the back part of a ship or boat
  • Shanty -- a roughly built house
  • Deck -- the floor of a boat

Unit1 Section1 Lang Arts

  • Consonant -- Any letter that is not a vowel
  • Grammar -- A study of the uses of words
  • Alphabet -- A set of letters used in writting and reading
  • Cursive -- Letters written so as to be joined together
  • PunctuationMark -- A mark used for sentences
  • Correct -- Free from mistakes; right, not wrong
  • Handwritting -- Writing by hand with a pen or pencil

Unit1 Section2 Bible

  • Jailor -- The person who takes care of the jail
  • Praise -- Worship in words or song
  • Missionary -- A person sent to tell others of the Lord Jesus
  • Magnify -- To glorify and praise God
  • Stocks -- Wooden frames with holes in which to put the hands or feet

Unit1 Section2 History A

  • feeler -- the part of an animal used for touching
  • gallery -- a building or room used to show pictures or statues
  • president -- the leader of a country
  • auction -- a sale
  • claws -- the part of a lobster used to pinch or nip
  • drift -- to be carried along by water or air.
  • funnel -- a tube with a wide mouth at the top and a small opening at the end
  • oval -- shaped like an egg
  • Artist -- a person who paints pictures
  • barrel -- a round box with a flat top and usually made of boards
  • derrick -- a machine for lifting or moving heavy things
  • fog -- A cloud of fine drops of water just above the ground or sea
  • herring -- a small food fish
  • bait -- something used to catch something else
  • collision -- two thing rushing or hitting against each other

Unit1 Section2 History B

  • rough -- not smooth; stormy
  • settler -- a person who goes to live in a country or new place where there are few people
  • tray -- a flat holder with a rim around it.
  • rescue -- to save from danger
  • scoop -- to take up as with a net
  • soil -- ground, earth, or dirt
  • processing -- to treat or prepare something in a special way
  • sauce -- something put on food to make it taste better
  • shallow -- not deep

Unit1 Section2 Lang Arts

  • Loop -- A shape that crosses itself like a circle
  • Trial -- A try or a test
  • Encyclopedia -- A set of books that tells you about many things
  • Missonary -- A person who tells others about God
  • Mexico -- Country south of the United States
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