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School:Robert's Page
Location:Houston TX
Comments:Robert's Homework Page for Third Grade in Houston TX

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.


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!


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

2nd Six Weeks Soc Study

  • Governing Body -- House of Representatives and Senate are both part of CONGRESS.
  • Inventor -- One who creates a previously unknow device, method or process.
  • Congress -- The legislative body of the national government.
  • Gov Body - City -- There are 10 members on the CITY COUNCIL who make decisions for the city.
  • City Council -- A group that makes laws for a city.

Houston Leaders

  • Barbara Jordan -- was a Houston citizen who became a lawyer, state representative and a Senator
  • Ima Hogg -- was founder of the Houston Symphony Orchestra
  • Hugh Roy Cullen -- Wrote a bill that established the education center.
  • Jesse H Jones -- was the owner of Houston's largest newspaper
  • George HW Bush -- was the 41st President
  • George Hermann -- donated land for City Hall and for Hermann Hospital
  • William M Rice -- Help to develop Houston as a shipping company.

Reading Genres

  • Fantasy -- MAGICAL FANTASY
  • Fairy Tales -- LEARN, TALES, MORALES
  • Science Fict -- TECHNOLOGY
  • Poetry -- RHYME VERSES
  • Nonfiction -- REAL STORIES, TRUE
  • Biography -- LIFE
  • Historical Fict -- MAKE BELIEVE REAL ACCOUNT
  • Humor -- LAUGH, JOKES, FUNNY
  • Folk Tales -- TAUGHT TALES
  • Myths/Legends -- TRADITIONS, WORLD, FEAR, HOPE
  • Adventure -- FICTION EXCITING
  • Animals Non-Fic -- REAL ANIMALS
  • Realistic Fict -- MADE UP STORIES


  • Fantasy -- Involves MAGICAL creatures and FANTASY plots
  • Horror -- SCARY
  • Fairy Tales -- Common TALES passed down over the years, usually have a more lesson to LEARN.
  • Science Fict -- Usually involves TECHNOLOGY and the future
  • Series -- Use the same characters OVER AND OVER but they encounter different things.
  • Poetry -- Stories told in verse or RHYME pattern
  • Biography -- Tells about the LIFE of someone including birth date and date of death
  • Historical Fict -- A MAKE BELIEVE account of a REAL event
  • Humor -- Written purposely to make the reader LAUGH
  • Folk Tales -- Common TALES passed down over the years, morale lesson TAUGHT
  • Myths/Legends -- TRADITIONAL stories from around the WORLD, things we value, FEAR, deeply, HOPE most
  • Adventure -- FICTION Stories of travel and EXCITING places real and imaginary
  • Animals nonfict -- REAL pictures and facts about ANIMALS
  • Realistic Fict -- MADE UP STORIES, based on things that seem as if they actually happened.
  • Mystery -- Solving a PUZZLE, involves CLUES, has a sleuth or detective

READING Genres more more

  • Fantasy -- Harry Potter
  • Horror -- SCARY! Usually involves monsters or other scary creatures
  • Fairy Tales -- Cinderella
  • Science Fict -- Star Wars
  • Series -- Magic Tree House
  • Poetry -- Cat in the Hat
  • Nonfiction -- STORIES, facts, and pictures that are REAL
  • Biography -- Hellen Keller
  • Historical Fict -- Dear America
  • Humor -- Joke Books
  • Folk Tales -- Chicken Little
  • Adventure -- Gulliver's Travel
  • Animals nonfict -- Eyewitness Books
  • Realistic Fict -- Junie B. Jones
  • Mystery -- Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys

Reading Genres more&more

  • Horror -- Goosebumps and Where the Wild Things are.
  • Historical Fict -- Capturing the Past
  • Nonfiction -- Astro's Baseball Book
  • Animals nonfict -- Reptitles Book
  • Myths/Legends -- Hercules
  • Fairy Tales -- Snow White and 7 Dwarfs

Sight Words1

  • different --
  • feel --
  • baby --
  • body --
  • die --
  • family --
  • gone --
  • Airplane --
  • began --
  • care --
  • fact --
  • garden --
  • Across --
  • bat --
  • brought --

Sight Words2

  • nine --
  • pay --
  • half --
  • late --
  • miss --
  • need --
  • paper --
  • king --
  • mean --
  • Mrs. --
  • often --
  • poor --
  • I'll --
  • lost --
  • Mr. --

Sight Words3

  • son --
  • swim --
  • paper --
  • ready --
  • sand --
  • sometimes --
  • summer --
  • often --
  • poor --
  • ring --
  • something --
  • still --
  • pay --
  • receive --
  • side --

Sight Words4

  • swim --
  • wind --
  • Summer --
  • true --
  • still --
  • tried --

Soc Stud Voc 1st 6Weeks

  • Compass Rose -- A drawing on a map that shows the cardinal directions to help people use the map.
  • State, City, US -- Is a type of GOVERNMENT that solve problems and make laws.
  • Mayor -- A leader of City Government.
  • Border -- A line on a map that shows where a state or nation ends.
  • Neighborhood -- Is a type of COMMUNITY.
  • Government -- A group of elected citizens who solve problems and make laws for a community.
  • Tradition -- Is a type of HERITAGE that values are handed down each generation.
  • GrandParent -- Is a type of ANCESTORS.
  • Community -- A group of people who live and work in the same place.
  • N, S, E, or W -- Shows directions on a map which is called a COMPASS ROSE.
  • Heritage -- A set of values and traditions handed down to a group from those who live before them.
  • City Leader -- Is the MAYOR of City Government.
  • Ancestor -- Someone in a person's family, such as a great grandparent
  • Division Line -- Is a line on a map that is called a BORDER.
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