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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

A Letter to Amy

  • joy --
  • house -- A place to live.
  • coin --
  • loud -- A lot of noise.
  • cowboy --
  • candles -- Something made of wax used for light.
  • repeated --
  • special -- Something different.
  • down -- Going from high to low.
  • point --
  • joy -- happiness
  • now --
  • coin -- A quarter, penny, dime, or nickel.
  • brown --
  • cowboy -- One who raises cattle.
  • glanced --
  • repeated -- Said something over again.
  • wild --
  • out --
  • point -- a sharp end
  • house --
  • now -- Right this second.
  • loud --
  • brown -- The color of a tree trunk.
  • candles --
  • glanced -- To look at something quickly.
  • special --
  • wild -- Not raised by people.
  • down --
  • out -- Not in.

Arthur Writes a Story

  • important -- means a lot
  • library --
  • proud -- To be happy with or glad about something.
  • know -- To understand something.
  • half --
  • thumb -- The short thick finger on the hand
  • lamb --
  • right -- Opposite of left.
  • knot --
  • decided -- Made a choice.
  • important --
  • planet -- Earth is one of these.
  • proud --
  • high -- How tall something is above the ground.
  • know --
  • wrote -- used a pencil
  • thumb --
  • knee -- A joint that is in your leg.
  • right --
  • write -- Use a pencil.
  • decided --
  • library -- a place to borrow books
  • planet --
  • high --
  • half -- One of two equal parts that make up a whole.
  • wrote --
  • lamb -- A baby sheep.
  • knee --
  • knot -- One or more threads tied together.
  • write --

Best Friends Club

  • bare --
  • tore -- ripped
  • corn --
  • shore -- Where the land and water meet.
  • leaned --
  • president -- Someone in charge.
  • rules --
  • care --
  • dear -- Something or someone close to you.
  • short --
  • bare -- Not covered.
  • year --
  • corn -- A vegetable.
  • allowed --
  • leaned -- to bend back
  • promise --
  • rules -- laws
  • porch --
  • care -- like something
  • more --
  • short -- Not tall.
  • tore --
  • year -- Twelve months.
  • shore --
  • allowed -- To give or let someone have
  • president --
  • promise -- To keep your word.
  • porch -- A covered place to enter a building.
  • dear --
  • more -- To go past a target spot or thing.

Best Wishes Ed

  • message --
  • water --
  • corner --
  • winter --
  • father --
  • drifted --
  • over --
  • driver --
  • farmer --
  • couple --
  • notice --
  • other --
  • letter --
  • never --
  • climbed --

Charlie Anderson

  • wood --
  • book -- A thing that you read.
  • foot --
  • wool -- found on the outside of a lamb's body
  • hood --
  • hook -- something used for hanging things
  • cook --
  • chocolate -- Used to make candy.
  • middle --
  • offered -- Asked someone if they would like something.
  • wood -- comes from trees
  • stood --
  • foot -- part of the leg that we walk on.
  • brook --
  • hood -- a cover for your head
  • shook --
  • cook -- To make food over heat.
  • clothes --
  • middle -- the object between an even number of things.
  • upstairs --
  • book --
  • stood -- was standing
  • wool --
  • brook -- a running stream of water
  • hook --
  • shook -- To be moved back and forth by force.
  • chocolate --
  • clothes -- Things we wear on our body.
  • offered --
  • upstairs -- At the top of a set of stairs.

Fernando's Gift

  • rice --
  • race --
  • large --
  • explains --
  • village --
  • age --
  • charge --
  • cage --
  • diving --
  • soil --
  • dance --
  • mice --
  • space --
  • page --
  • harm --

Jamaica Tag-Along

  • hard --
  • dirt -- This comes from the ground.
  • building --
  • busy -- Moving around and full of energy.
  • giant --
  • repair -- Fix
  • arm --
  • birthday -- the day you were born
  • fur --
  • turned -- moved or caused to move
  • farm --
  • hard -- Not soft. Not easy.
  • herd --
  • building -- A place with a roof and walls.
  • edge --
  • giant -- Super sized.
  • arm -- a part of the upper body
  • her --
  • fur -- Hair that is thick and soft.
  • curl --
  • farm -- Land where food is grown and animals are raised.
  • dirt --
  • herd -- A number of animals kept in a group.
  • busy --
  • edge -- A place where something ends.
  • repair --
  • birthday --
  • her -- belonging to a girl
  • turned --
  • curl -- to twist into curves

Long a and long e

  • clay --
  • grandmother --
  • serious --
  • plain --
  • keep --
  • dream --
  • answered --
  • remember --
  • stay --
  • green --
  • mail --
  • mean --
  • idea --
  • seat --
  • chief --

Long a and long e 2

  • remember -- something forgotten that comes to mind
  • stay -- to stop or not move
  • green -- the color of grass
  • mail -- letter or package
  • mean -- not nice
  • idea -- a plan thought of in your head
  • seat -- chair or place to sit
  • chief -- the person in charge
  • clay -- putty that is used to make or mold things
  • grandmother -- the mother of a person's mom or dad
  • serious -- something important
  • plain -- simple and not fancy
  • keep -- to hold onto something
  • dream -- something that happens while you sleep
  • answered -- replied to a question

Long o and long i

  • sigh --

Long o and Long i

  • toe -- Found at the end of your feet.

Long o and long i

  • cattle --

Long o and Long i

  • mind -- To obey or listen to.
  • dry -- Not wet.

Long o and long i

  • old --

Long o and Long i

  • sigh -- A deep breath.

Long o and long i

  • follow --

Long o and Long i

  • cattle -- Cows

Long o and long i

  • row --
  • carefully --

Long o and Long i

  • old -- Not new.

Long o and long i

  • safety --

Long o and Long i

  • follow -- to come behind someone or something

Long o and long i

  • slow --

Long o and Long i

  • row -- A line of things next to each other.

Long o and long i

  • by --

Long o and Long i

  • carefully -- Do soething in a watchful manner.

Long o and long i

  • load --

Long o and Long i

  • safety -- When doing something safely we are using this.

Long o and long i

  • broken --

Long o and Long i

  • slow -- Moving at a low rate of speed.

Long o and long i

  • gently --

Long o and Long i

  • by -- Close to.

Long o and long i

  • toe --

Long o and Long i

  • load -- Something that is heavy.

Long o and long i

  • mind --

Long o and Long i

  • broken -- Not in one piece.

Long o and long i

  • dry --

Long o and Long i

  • gently -- Softly.

Long Vowel Words

  • late --
  • different --
  • searched --
  • same --
  • alone --
  • joke --
  • bike --
  • parents --
  • take --
  • mine --
  • broke --
  • hundred --
  • weighed --
  • fine --
  • used --

long vowel words 2

  • take --
  • mine --
  • broke --
  • hundred --
  • weighed --
  • fine --
  • used --
  • late --
  • different --
  • searched --
  • same --
  • alone --
  • joke --
  • bike --
  • parents --

Long Vowels

  • weighed -- measure to find how heavy something is
  • fine -- small
  • used -- not new/worn
  • late -- tardy/not on time
  • different -- not the same
  • searched -- looked for something
  • same -- look alike
  • alone -- by one's self
  • joke -- something said or done to make someone laugh
  • bike -- bicycle
  • parents -- one's mom and dad
  • take -- get away from someone
  • mine -- belonging to one's self
  • broke -- fell apart
  • hundred -- 100

sharks

  • afraid --

Sharks

  • tide -- The rising and falling of the top of the ocean.

sharks

  • trouble --

Sharks

  • lesson -- Something you learn.

sharks

  • animals --

Sharks

  • river -- a long stream of running water

sharks

  • nets --

Sharks

  • wave -- water in a lake or an ocean rises and moves forward

sharks

  • senses --

Sharks

  • seals -- An animal that lives in the sea.

sharks

  • tide --
  • lesson --

Sharks

  • danger -- Something that is unsafe is this.
  • understand -- to learn.
  • head -- the top part of your body

sharks

  • river --

Sharks

  • fin -- a part of a fish

sharks

  • wave --

Sharks

  • shark -- A large animal that lives in the water.

sharks

  • seals --
  • danger --

Sharks

  • afraid -- Scared

sharks

  • understand --

Sharks

  • trouble -- to disturb or worry.
  • animals -- a living thing that can move about

sharks

  • head --

Sharks

  • nets -- a thing used to catch fish

sharks

  • fin --

Sharks

  • senses -- Sight, smell, taste and hearing are the five senses.

sharks

  • shark --

The Pony Express

  • success --
  • bread --
  • weather -- conditions outside; rainy or cold
  • breakfast --
  • ready -- finished or done; able to be used
  • feather --
  • instead -- in place of something else
  • arrive --
  • early -- before the normal time
  • record --
  • success -- something that goes well
  • leather --
  • bread -- a type of food
  • spread --
  • breakfast -- a meal eaten in the morning
  • meant --
  • feather -- soft part of a bird's skin
  • meadow --
  • arrive -- to come to a place
  • finish --
  • record -- to keep track of something
  • leather -- made from animal skin
  • weather --
  • spread -- to open wide or stretch out
  • ready --
  • meant -- had in mind
  • instead --
  • meadow -- a field of grassy land
  • early --
  • finish -- to come to and end

Words from Social Studies

  • artist --
  • place -- somewhere to go
  • hour --
  • vote -- a wish or choice
  • time --
  • tax -- a payment added to the price of something
  • slave --
  • artist -- person that is skilled in something creative
  • hour -- a measure of time
  • peace --
  • trade --
  • time -- measurent of hours or minutes
  • famous --
  • slave -- to labor or work hard
  • peace -- a state of quiet
  • flags --
  • trade -- to buy and sell
  • speech --
  • famous -- well known
  • law --
  • body --
  • flags -- banner made of cloth
  • visit --
  • speech -- act of speeking
  • place --
  • law -- rule
  • vote --
  • body -- the main part of something
  • visit -- to journey to another place to see someone
  • tax --

Words with long vowels 2

  • parents -- one's mom and dad
  • take -- to get something away from someone
  • mine -- Something that belongs to me
  • broke -- fell apart
  • hundred -- 100
  • weighed -- to find how heavy an object is
  • fine -- small or tiny
  • used -- not new
  • late -- tardy or not on time
  • different -- not the same
  • searched -- looked for
  • same -- to look alike
  • alone -- by one's self
  • joke -- something said or done that causes one to laugh
  • bike -- bicycle

Words with ooue & ew

  • new -- not old
  • tool -- We use this to work with.
  • few -- Not many, a small number.
  • empty -- Nothing inside.
  • wrong -- Not right
  • too -- also
  • blew -- what the wind did
  • boot -- A kind of shoe.
  • announced -- Spoke loudly.
  • squeezed -- Held tightly.
  • true -- Correct or not false
  • room -- a space inside a building or home
  • clue -- A bit of information given to help find the answer,
  • school -- A place to learn.
  • poured -- To let liquid out of something.

Words with ooueew

  • empty --
  • wrong --
  • too --
  • blew --
  • boot --
  • announced --
  • squeezed --
  • true --
  • room --
  • clue --
  • school --
  • poured --
  • new --
  • tool --
  • few --
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