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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

4th Grade Vocab 4/8/10

  • portion -- n. a section or piece of a whole
  • stern -- adj. not kind or gently; harsh-looking
  • annual -- adj. coming each year; once a year; lasting a year
  • contract -- n. an agreement or understanding that can be enforced by law, a document that explains legal conditions
  • obtain -- v. to get or gain through some effort
  • sponsor -- n. one who helps or takes responsibility for another person or group; a person or business that pays for an ad on radio or television
  • competition -- n. trying to outdo others; a game or contest
  • neglect -- v. to hold back care or attention; to refuse to follow through
  • recall -- v. to bring back to mind; remember
  • vacant -- adj. not used, filled, or lived in
  • basic -- adj. having to do with the main or starting points of something
  • dismiss -- v. to send away or permit to leave; to stop thinking about

4th/5th Vocabulary May 1

  • vivid -- (adj) bright and sharp, giving a clear picture; full of life
  • cautious -- (adj) avoiding unnecessary risks or mistakes
  • haven -- (n) a safe place
  • obstacle -- (n) something that gets in the way
  • treacherous -- (adj) likely to betray; seemingly safe but actually dangerous
  • bluff -- (n) a steep, high cliff or bank (v) to decieve or trick
  • despise -- (v) to look down intensely or feel contempt for, dislike strongly
  • monarch -- (n) a person who rules over a kingdom or empire
  • straggle -- (v) to stray off or trail behind
  • consist -- (v) to be made up of
  • miniature -- (n) a very small copy or model
  • postpone -- (v) to put off until later

5th Vocabulary 3/8/10

  • dispute -- n. an arguement, quarrel, or debate
  • misleading -- adj. to give a wrong idea, often on purpose
  • shrewd -- adj. showing clever judgment and practical understanding
  • convert -- v. to change from one form to another
  • justify -- v. to show to be fair or right, to give good reasons for
  • productive -- adj. making or capable of making large amounts of something; giving good results
  • villain -- n. an evil or wicked person or character, especially in a story or play
  • assault -- v. to attack violently or suddenly
  • impressive -- adj. having a strong effect, commanding attention
  • numerous -- adj. many or very many
  • strategy -- n. a carefully made plan or plot; a plan of military operations
  • abandon -- v. to give up on completely, to leave with no intention of returning

Oct 12 Spelling 4th

  • leaving --
  • rating --
  • painting --
  • unplugged --
  • controlled --
  • shedding --
  • stripped --
  • building --
  • worried --
  • insisted --
  • danced --
  • striped --
  • pleading --
  • finished --
  • opening --

Oct 12 Spelling 5th

  • messy --
  • pleasant --
  • modesty --
  • necessity --
  • nobility --
  • lucky --
  • rainy --
  • servant --
  • honesty --
  • immigrant --
  • agility --
  • hostility --
  • vigilant --
  • civility --
  • assistant --

Oct 12 Vocab 4th

  • decent -- (adj) good enough to make someone comfortable
  • plead -- (v) to beg
  • opportunity -- (n) a chance to succeed in life
  • concerned -- (adj) showing worry
  • strive -- (v) to work to get something
  • paces -- (v) to walk back and forth
  • stable -- (adj) steady, dependable
  • tensely -- (adj) feeling emotional strain

Oct 12 Vocab 5th

  • spellbound -- (adj) fascinated, filled with delight or wonder
  • concert -- (n) a musical performance
  • trolley -- (n) a streetcar that runs on tracks and gets its powers from an electric wire overhead
  • magnificent -- (adj) outstanding, excellent
  • section -- (n) a part of an area
  • forbidden -- (adj) off-limits
  • claim -- (v) to declare as one's own
  • civilization -- (n) an advanced human soceity in which agriculture, trade, government, art, and science are highly developed
  • finest -- (adj) best, most-excellent
  • attitude -- (n) a way of acting, thinking, or feeling

Spelling Week 2 5th

  • thunderstorm --
  • sweatshirt --
  • periscope --
  • outstanding --
  • rattlesnake --
  • solo --
  • constellation --
  • solitary --
  • skateboard --
  • desolate --
  • mountainside --
  • underground --
  • earthquake --
  • peppermint --
  • telescope --

Spelling Week 3 5th

  • disorder --
  • imagination --
  • dishonest --
  • disagree --
  • telecast --
  • image --
  • telephone --
  • disadvantage --
  • international --
  • imaginary --
  • telegraph --
  • nationality --
  • television --
  • telephoto --
  • discontinue --

Vocab List 1 (2/22/10)

  • suitable -- (adj) just right or appropriate, well matched
  • drowsy -- (adj) ready to fall asleep, sleepy
  • humble -- (adj) plain, not proud or grand
  • stampede -- (n) a wild rush of animals or people
  • demonstrate -- (v) to clearly explain, show, or prove with examples
  • haul -- (v) to move by pulling, dragging, or carting
  • sincere -- (adj) without pretending, with honesty and real feeling
  • hardship -- (n) something that causes suffering or difficulty
  • counsel -- (v) to give advice or an opinion
  • essential -- (adj) of the highest importance, necessary
  • pledge -- (v) to promise

Vocab List 2 (2/22/10)

  • continuous -- (adj) going on without a stop or break
  • fragile -- (adj) easily broken or damaged, requiring special handling or care
  • scuffle -- (n) a fight or struggle
  • veteran -- (n) a person who has served in the armed forces, a person with lots of experience
  • blunder -- (n) a serious or thoughtless mistake
  • document -- (v) to give written or printed proof
  • reject -- (v) to refuse to accept, agree to, believe, or use
  • temporary -- (adj) lasting or used for a limited time
  • distribute -- (v) to give out in share, to scatter or spread
  • myth -- (n) an old story that explains why something is or how it came to be, something imaginary
  • solitary -- (adj) living or being alone, the only one

Vocabulary Week 2 5th

  • edible -- (adj) fit or safe to eat
  • unjustly -- (adj) unfairly
  • apparently -- (adj) as far as one can judge by the ways things appear
  • propped -- (adj) supported by something under or against
  • inspired -- (v) influenced
  • logic -- (n) a way of thinking about something
  • reality -- (n) something actual or real
  • linger -- (v) to be slow in leaving
  • persecute -- (v) to treat in a cruel or unjust way
  • assume -- (v) to take for granted

Vocabulary Week 3 4th

  • circumstances -- (n) the way things are at the moment
  • obviously -- (adj) in a way that is easy to see
  • tangle -- (v) to get caught in something that holds back or blocks, such as string
  • cover -- (n) something that would be good to hide behind
  • merriment -- (n) fun
  • miserable -- (adj) very unhappy
  • recall -- (v) to remember
  • gnawing -- (v) to chew

Vocabulary Week 3 5th

  • delicate -- (adj) small, or dainty
  • surround -- (v) to be on all sides
  • quivers -- (v) shakes slightly
  • lavender -- (n) a plant with fragrant purple flowers
  • traders -- (n) people who buy and sell things as a business
  • ignore -- (v) pay no attention to
  • ship -- (v) to send by ship, train, truck, or airplane
  • mist -- (n) a cloud of tiny drops of water or other liquid in the air, fog

Week 2 Spelling YJS 4th

  • midlife --
  • reheat --
  • disagree --
  • replace --
  • unfold --
  • unfair --
  • disown --
  • uncover --
  • review --
  • rewind --
  • undone --
  • midnight --
  • disappear --
  • discount --
  • midterm --

Week 2 Vocabulary YJS 4

  • conceal -- v. to hide
  • despairing -- adj. without hope
  • sympathetic -- adj. understanding; having a kind feeling for someone
  • companion -- n. a person who is traveling with someone else
  • shudder -- v. to shake with horror
  • flickerings -- dj. becoming brighter and then darker over and over
  • hasten -- v. to hurry
  • deliver -- v. to save

Week 3 Spelling 4th

  • promotion --
  • basically --
  • conclusion --
  • attention --
  • courteous --
  • location --
  • precision --
  • easily --
  • erosion --
  • usable --
  • angrily --
  • famous --
  • memorable --
  • solvable --
  • decision --
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