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Miss Muller's Class



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Location:Rupert Elementary Pottstown PA
Comments:School website is at http://www.pottstownschools.com/ Other links:special ed laws page - http://www.geocities.com/kerimuller/



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

2 Times Tables

  • 3*2 -- 6
  • 9*2 -- 18
  • 2*1 -- 2
  • 2*0 -- 0
  • 2*9 -- 18
  • 2*5 -- 10
  • 12*2 -- 24
  • 0*2 -- 0
  • 4*2 -- 8
  • 2*7 -- 14
  • 2*6 -- 12
  • 1*2 -- 2
  • 6*2 -- 12
  • 11*2 -- 22

33

  • 33 -- 33
  • 33 -- 33
  • 33 -- 33
  • 33 -- 33
  • 33 -- 33

5 Times Tables

  • 10*5 -- 50
  • 5*6 -- 30
  • 5*3 -- 15
  • 11*5 -- 55
  • 5*7 -- 35
  • 4*5 -- 20
  • 7*5 -- 35
  • 12*5 -- 60
  • 5*3 -- 15
  • 5*1 -- 5
  • 9*5 -- 45
  • 2*5 -- 10
  • 5*8 -- 40

Brave Irene

  • coax -- to try to persuade
  • sift -- to put a substance through a sieve to get rid of lumps or large chunks
  • plod -- to walk with great effort with it
  • strode -- walked forward
  • yield -- to give in
  • squall -- a sudden, violent wind that usually brings rain, snow or sleet
  • insist -- to demand
  • flake -- a small, thin piece of something
  • trudge -- to walk very slowly and with effort
  • howl -- to make a loud noise

Chicken Sunday

  • diamond -- a shape with four equal sides, like a square standing on one of its points.
  • design -- to draw something that could be built or made.
  • market -- a place where people buy or sell goods
  • cauliflower -- a vegetable with a large, rounded, white head surrounded by leaves.
  • fragrant -- having a sweet smell
  • customer -- people who buy things in a store
  • pyramid -- a solid shape with a polygon as a base and triangular sides that meet at a point on top
  • accent -- the way you pronounce words
  • triangle -- a closed shape with three straight sides and three angles
  • apricot -- a small, soft fruit with an orange skin

Feb 2, 2004

  • imitate -- to try to be like or act like
  • astonishment -- great surprise
  • pollutants -- something that pollutes
  • cavern -- a large cave
  • taint -- to spoil
  • bask -- to warm oneself pleasantly usually in the su
  • scowl -- to look angry by lowering the eyebrows and frowning
  • obvious -- easily seen or understood
  • contaminate -- to make impure
  • consultant -- person who gives advice on questions about specific topics

Fruit and Vegetable Man (Vocabulary)

  • market -- a place where people buy or sell goods
  • cauliflower -- a vegetable with a large, rounded, white head surrounded by leaves.
  • fragrant -- having a sweet smell
  • customer -- people who buy things in a store
  • pyramid -- a solid shape with a polygon as a base and triangular sides that meet at a point on top
  • accent -- the way you pronounce words
  • triangle -- a closed shape with three straight sides and three angles
  • apricot -- a small, soft fruit with an orange skin
  • diamond -- a shape with four equal sides, like a square standing on one of its points.
  • design -- to draw something that could be built or made.

Henry and Beezus

  • interrupting -- to start talking before someone else has finished talking
  • loose -- not fastened or attached firmly
  • snickering -- a mean or disrespectful laugh
  • mixture -- something consisting of different things mixed together
  • reluctantly -- not wanting to do something
  • modestly -- to not boast about accomplishments, abilities or possessions
  • clutched -- to hold onto something tightly
  • triumphantly -- in a way that shows happiness at having won or been successful; a great victory, success or achievement
  • scoffed -- to mock or laugh at someone or something
  • tremendous -- huge or enormous

How Snowmaker Was Taught a Lesson

  • autumn -- the season between summer and winter, also known as fall
  • village -- a small group of houses that make uup a community
  • preserve -- to protect something so that it stays in its original state
  • pant -- to breathe quickly and loudly because of exhaustion (extremely tired)
  • bitter -- very cold weather
  • blast -- a sudden rush of air
  • shelter -- a place where you can keep covered in bad weather or stay safe and protected from danger
  • fury -- violent anger or rage
  • frighten -- to scare someone
  • flicker -- to move unsteadily

Jan 26, 2004

  • clutch -- a tight grasp; hold
  • biology -- scientific study of plants and animals
  • occupy -- to take up or fill
  • intrusion -- coming unasked and unwanted
  • perplex -- confuse or puzzle
  • hammock -- shelter of hardwoods in wilderness areas that are used for shelter
  • elevations -- height above sea level
  • assure -- tell positively; make sure
  • bedrock -- the solid rock under the soil
  • geology -- science that deals with the earth's crust, its layers and their history

Kerissa March 8

  • notorious -- widely known
  • possess -- to have as property
  • coyotes -- an animal of western North America that is like a wolf
  • yodel -- to sing so that the voice changes from normal to high pitched sounds
  • round up -- to gather cattle together
  • coil -- connected spirals or rings formed by gathering or winding in a circular shape
  • cowpoke -- a cowboy
  • hootenanny -- a performance by folk singers, usually with audience participation
  • critter -- an animal
  • narrate -- to tell a story
  • homestead -- house and the land it is on including the buildings
  • stagecoaches -- a horse drawn coach with four wheels

Mac & Marie and the Train Toss Surprise

  • whippoorwill -- a plump bird with brown, gray and black spots on its brown feathers, found in Eastern North America, feeds and sings at night
  • embankment -- a small hill of dirt or rocks
  • scrambling -- altering an electronic signal so that it requires a special receiver to decode the message
  • mottled -- covered with patches of different colors
  • sprawled -- spread out
  • local -- making lots of stops
  • engineer -- a person who runs the locomotive on a train
  • car -- a section of train
  • schedules -- a list of times when trains, buses, or planes arrive and depart
  • silhouette -- a drawing made by filling in the outline of a filling with a solid color, usually black.

Martin Luther King

  • commemorate -- to honor the memory of
  • sympathy -- the sharing or understanding of another person's sorrow or suffering
  • shock -- a violent, unexpected disturbance of mental or emotional balance
  • tribute -- something given or done to show respect or thanks
  • tragedy -- a disastrous event
  • mourn -- to feel or express sorrow for someone's death
  • disbelief -- to refuse to believe
  • triumph -- to be victorious or successfull
  • memorial -- honoring the memory of a person or an event
  • grief -- great sadness or sorrow
  • misfortune -- bad luck or a mishap
  • technicians -- an expert in a technical field or process

Multiplication by 0

  • 6x0 -- 0
  • 0x7 -- 0
  • 0x1 -- 0
  • 9x0 -- 0
  • 0x2 -- 0
  • 0x10 -- 0
  • 4x0 -- 0
  • 0x12 -- 0
  • 0x5 -- 0
  • 7x0 -- 0
  • 0x0 -- 0
  • 0x8 -- 0
  • 2x0 -- 0
  • 10x0 -- 0
  • 0x3 -- 0
  • 0x11 -- 0
  • 5x0 -- 0
  • 0x6 -- 0
  • 8x0 -- 0
  • 1x0 -- 0
  • 0x9 -- 0
  • 3x0 -- 0
  • 11x0 -- 0
  • 0x4 -- 0

Multiplication by 1

  • 2x1 -- 2
  • 10x1 -- 10
  • 1x3 -- 3
  • 1x11 -- 11
  • 5x1 -- 5
  • 1x6 -- 6
  • 8x1 -- 8
  • 1x1 -- 1
  • 1x9 -- 9
  • 3x1 -- 3
  • 11x1 -- 11
  • 1x4 -- 4
  • 1x12 -- 12
  • 6x1 -- 6
  • 1x7 -- 7
  • 0x1 -- 0
  • 9x1 -- 9
  • 1x2 -- 2
  • 1x10 -- 10
  • 4x1 -- 4
  • 12x1 -- 12
  • 1x5 -- 5
  • 7x1 -- 7
  • 1x0 -- 0
  • 1x8 -- 8

Niblett/Kerissa Feb 1-5

  • prairie -- a large area of level or rolling land with grass but little or no trees
  • buffalo -- the bison of North America
  • vast -- extremely large in area or size
  • mesa -- a high area of land that has steep sides and a flat top
  • corral -- pen for horses or cattle
  • spectacular -- something fantastic to look at
  • journey -- traveling from one place to another
  • emigrant -- leaving one's region to settle in another
  • caravan -- a roup of vehicles or people traveling together
  • plaza -- a public square in a city or town
  • en route -- on the way
  • trail -- path across a wild or unsettled region
  • epidemic -- the sudden appearance of a disease that spreads quickly and widely.
  • adventure -- an unusual and exciting experience
  • wallows -- a pool of water or mud that animals roll in
  • desolate -- gloomy or depressing
  • turbulent -- causing disturbance; violent

Ramona and Her Mother

  • agony -- great pain or suffering
  • spattering -- to scatter or splash in drops or small bits
  • shaggy -- having long, rough hair or wool
  • argument -- a disagreement
  • dreary -- dull and miserable
  • strained -- tense and uncomfortable
  • indignant -- showing anger
  • scowled -- frowned angrily
  • defiant -- showing a refusal to obey
  • whisked -- to move something suddenly or quickly

Say Woof! The Day of a Country Veterinarian

  • infection -- a disease that can be passed from one person or animal to another
  • veterinarian -- a doctor who is trained to diagnose and treat sick or injured animals
  • examines -- to look at something carefully
  • surgery -- operation on someone to remove or repair diseased body parts
  • appointment -- the arrangement to meet someone at a certain time
  • patients -- one being treated by a doctor or a dentist
  • splints -- pieces of wood, plastic or metal used to support an injured limb
  • operated -- completed a surgery
  • temperature -- hotness of ones' body as is measured by a thermometer
  • mending -- healing or getting better

Storm In the Night

  • creak -- to squeak
  • lightning -- a flash of light in the sky when electricity moves between clouds or between a cloud and the ground
  • clatter -- to make a loud, rattling sound
  • mutter -- to speak in a low, unclear way with the mouth nearly closed
  • whine -- to make a crying sound
  • kangaroo -- an animal from Australia, that carries her young in her pouch, has strong hind legs for leaping
  • babble -- to talk in an excited way, without making much sense
  • mandarin -- a small sweet orange with a thin rind that is easy to peel
  • whoop -- to cry out loudly
  • mantel -- a wooden or stone shelf above a fireplace

Tornado Alert

  • funnel -- an open cone that narrows to a tube
  • cyclone -- a storm with very strong, destructive winds that blow around a quiet center; a tornado
  • alert -- a warning
  • wrecked -- ruined
  • twister -- another word for tornado.
  • panic -- to suddenly feel great fear
  • damage -- harm
  • warning -- telling a person about a danger or a bad thing that might happen
  • tornado -- a violent kind of storm, in which winds spin around in a funnel-shaped cloud
  • hail -- small pieces of frozen rain
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