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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

All for the better

  • dreary -- gray and depressing;gloomy
  • community -- a place where a group of people live
  • forbidding -- unfriendly or frightening
  • uptown -- toward the upper part of the city
  • loom -- to appear, often seeming huge and threatening
  • bustle -- to move in a hurried or busy way
  • scurry -- to rush around in a hurried manner

Atoms 5

  • symbols -- abbreviations for elements
  • nucleus -- the center of an atom
  • electron cloud -- today‚Äôs model of the atom
  • periodic table -- Chart that arranges the elements
  • electron -- a negatively charged particle
  • neutron -- a particle with no charge
  • element -- any substance made of only one kind of atom
  • atomic number -- tells the number of protons in an atom
  • proton -- a positively charged particle
  • quarks -- particles that make up protons and neutrons

Chicken Sunday

  • decent -- proper
  • glower -- to stare at in an angry or threatening way
  • solemn -- very serious
  • sputter -- to speak in a confused way:to stammer
  • glare -- to look at someone in an angry way
  • apologize -- to say that one is sorry

Dream

  • haze -- dust smoke or other matter that makes air less clear
  • foul -- dirty or unpleasant
  • suspect -- to think that something is true without being sure
  • enormous -- very big; huge
  • sort -- to arrange according to kind size or other characteristics

family vocab

  • scene -- a view of a place
  • pang -- a short but sharp feeling of pain
  • recognize -- to see and know from past experience
  • inspired -- caused someone to think or act in a particular way
  • custom -- something that members of a group usually do

Grandfather

  • amaze -- to fill with wonder
  • marvel -- to be filled with surprise or wonder
  • astonish -- to fill with a great feeling of surprise: amaze
  • excite -- to arouse strong feelings in
  • homesick -- missing ones home or special place
  • bewielder -- to confuse or puzzle greatly
  • long -- to wish for something very much

Halmoni

  • dignified -- acting in a proper or serios way
  • disturb -- to break in on or bother
  • relieved -- less worried
  • cautiously -- in a careful way, without taking chances
  • embarrass -- feeling ill at ease

Henry

  • scoff -- to mock or laugh at
  • reluctantly -- in a way that shows unwillingness
  • snicker -- to laugh at in a mean way
  • modestly -- in a humbled way
  • triumphantly -- in a way that shows happiness at having won or been successful

Joe Louis 3rd

  • whirl -- to spin around in circles
  • title fight -- a boxing match to determine the champion
  • bellow -- to say in a deep loud voice
  • brace -- to get ready for something difficult or unpleasant
  • tattered -- torn and ragged looking
  • title -- a name given to a person to show rank, office or job

julian

  • glare -- to stare at in an angry way
  • mighty -- powerful, large, or strong
  • criminal -- one who commits a crime
  • investigate -- to study or examine closely
  • mischievous -- naughty, causing trouble

Kopak 4

  • ancestors -- one from which another is descended
  • hesitate -- to pause or stop in uncertainty
  • pollinate -- to transfer pollen from one flower to another
  • environment -- surroundings and conditions that that affect how living things grow and change
  • generations -- Offspring that are at the same stage of descent from common ancestors

Meg

  • suspect -- a person thought to be guilty without proof
  • red herring -- something that draws attention away from the matter or issue
  • deduce -- to reach a conclusion by thinking and reasoning
  • alibi -- an excuse for proving that a person was elsewhere when a crime
  • theory -- an opinion about what happened based on limited information or
  • motive -- a reason for action
  • amateur -- relating to someone who engages in an activity for fun rather

Milan 3rd

  • spoil -- to hurt someone's charachter by always giving in or praising to much
  • proposal -- a plan or offer
  • nobleman -- a man of high rank, often with a title
  • assure -- to make certain
  • court -- to try to win the love of someone
  • adoration -- great love

Multiplication squares

  • 5x5 -- 25
  • 8x8 -- 64
  • 1x1 -- 1
  • 4x4 -- 16
  • 7x7 -- 49
  • 10x10 -- 100
  • 3x3 -- 9
  • 6x6 -- 36
  • 9x9 -- 81
  • 2x2 -- 4

Pompeii

  • volcano -- opening in the earth through which lava, rock, and hot ash come out
  • poisonous -- causing sickness or death when swallowed or breathed
  • tremble -- to shake
  • erupt -- to burst out violently
  • gas -- a poisonous substance that is not liquid or solid and fills the air
  • bury -- to hide or cover by placing underground

Sarah

  • perfect -- without any fault: comepletly pleasing; excellent
  • greetings -- kind regards or best wishes
  • prefer -- to value more or like better
  • alarmed -- excited or disturbed
  • pesky -- causing trouble

Seminoles

  • reservation -- land set aside by the goverment for Native Americans
  • treaty -- a legal agreement between two or more countries or governments
  • adapt -- to adjust to fit changing conditions
  • territory -- a geographical area owned by the government
  • sacred -- holy, deserving great respect

Spelling 8

  • wild --
  • sight --
  • fight --
  • tie --
  • find --
  • die --
  • pie --
  • tight --
  • mind --
  • lilac --
  • bright --
  • child --
  • lie --
  • might --
  • night --

Titanic

  • rescue -- being able to save from danger or harm
  • passengers -- a person riding in a vehical, such as a car, plane, or boat
  • survivor -- someone who manages to stay alive
  • voyage -- a long trip to a far away place
  • orders -- certain commands or rules that must be followed

Unit 5

  • baggage -- suitcases, bags, packages, equipment, items travlers carry
  • eternal -- lasting for all time; no beginning or end; forever
  • antique -- an object made long ago: from the past; old
  • establish -- to set up, start, organize; prove beyond doubt
  • digest -- shortened version of a writting; a magazine that publishes short versions

Unit 5-2

  • oppose -- too act or speak out against, resist, object to
  • worthy -- having value , importance, or worth: good enough for
  • lash -- to whip or strike; to scold; to strap down with a rope or cord
  • sensible -- showing or having good judgement or reason
  • humid -- steamy, moist, or damp
  • pioneer -- a person or group that goes first to explore and settle an area
  • digest -- to understand ; to break down food
  • haste -- speed or quikness of motion: overeager action

Vocab 2

  • basic -- having to do with the main or stating point
  • dismiss -- to send away or permit to leave
  • portion -- a section or piece;part of a whole
  • stern -- not kindly or gentle; back of a boat
  • annual -- coming each year:once a year
  • contract -- an agreement or understanding: to make smaller
  • obtain -- to get or gain through effort
  • sponsor -- one who helps; a person or bussiness that pays for an add
  • competition -- trying to outdo others: a game or competition
  • neglect -- to hold back care or attention of: lack of care
  • recall -- to bring back to mind;to ask to return
  • vacant -- not used lived or filled in

Vocab 3

  • vanity -- the quality of being stuck-up or vain; having to much pride in ones looks or abilities; a dressing table
  • attractive -- pleasing to the eye, mind or senses; having the power to draw attention
  • dependable -- capeable of being relied on; trustworthy
  • thaw -- to melt : to warm up gradually
  • consent -- to agree to or approve
  • previous -- coming before in time or order
  • burden -- something that is carried, a load; something that is very hard to bear
  • indicate -- to point out; to be a sign of; to state or express briefly

vocab 3-2

  • shabby -- worn or faded from use or wear; dressed in worn out clothes;
  • burden -- to weigh down or put to heavy of a load on
  • thaw -- a period of weather warm enough to melt ice and snow
  • consent -- approval or permission
  • urgent -- needing or demanding immediate action or attention
  • response -- a reply or answer; a reaction to something
  • previous -- coming before in time or order

x seven

  • 10x7 -- 70
  • 0x7 -- 0
  • 3x7 -- 21
  • 6x7 -- 42
  • 9x7 -- 63
  • 2x7 -- 14
  • 5x7 -- 35
  • 8x7 -- 56
  • 1x7 -- 7
  • 4x7 -- 28
  • 7x7 -- 49

x two

  • 2x2 -- 4
  • 5x2 -- 10
  • 8x2 -- 16
  • 1x2 -- 2
  • 4x2 -- 8
  • 7x2 -- 14
  • 10x2 -- 20
  • 0x2 -- 0
  • 3x2 -- 6
  • 6x2 -- 12
  • 9x2 -- 18
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