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Mrs. Faulkner's Room



School:Parish Elementary School
Location:Parish NY 13131
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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 Big City Dream Vocab

  • script -- handwriting
  • blisters -- small areas of skin that puff into bubbles
  • impressed -- influenced deeply
  • energetic -- full of energy
  • victory -- the defeat of an enemy or opponent
  • celebrate -- to observe a special time with festivities
  • bodega -- a grocery store in a neighborhood where people speak Spanish
  • seedlings -- young plants grown from seeds
  • catalog -- a list with pictures and prices
  • padlock -- a lock that can be put on and removed, with a key or combination

A Big-City Dream List

  • blisters --
  • impressed --
  • energetic --
  • victory --
  • celebrate --
  • bodega --
  • seedlings --
  • catalog --
  • padlock --
  • script --

A Big-City Dream Spelling

  • cents --
  • circle --
  • gem --
  • gentle --
  • force --
  • pace --
  • giggle --
  • giant --
  • garbage --
  • case --
  • dancer --
  • given --
  • page --
  • gorge --
  • acorn --

Guinea Pigs Spelling

  • smooth-coated --
  • self-sharpening --
  • anyplace --
  • whatever --
  • anyway --
  • big-footed --
  • motorcycle --
  • piggy-looking --
  • throughout --
  • cookout --
  • anyhow --
  • rough-coated --
  • newborn --
  • baseball --
  • backstop --

I Love Guinea Pigs

  • varieties -- different kinds, types, or sorts
  • conversation -- a friendly talk
  • boars -- male pigs or hogs
  • sow -- a fully grown female pig
  • cavy -- any of the family of South American rodents
  • rodents -- any of a group of animals with large front teeth used for gnawing
  • gnawing -- biting and wearing away
  • ancestors -- persons from whom one is directly descended
  • guinea pig -- a small, fat animal with short ears and no tail
  • fond -- loving and liking

Komodo Dragons Spelling

  • north --
  • historical --
  • journal --
  • armor --
  • born --
  • hours --
  • irregular --
  • memories --
  • predator --
  • survive --
  • curious --
  • first --
  • confirm --
  • sharp --
  • birth --

Komodo Dragons Vocabulary

  • harshest -- roughest to the touch, taste, eye, or ear
  • reptiles -- cold-blooded animals with backbones and lungs
  • monitor -- any of a family of large carnivorous lizards
  • fierce -- savage; wild
  • prey -- an animal hunted or seized for food
  • cold-blooded -- having blood that is about the same temperature as the air or water around the animal
  • armor -- covering worn to protect the body in fighting
  • lizards -- reptiles somewhat like snakes, but with four legs and thicker bodies
  • roam -- wander
  • predator -- an animal that lives by killing and eating other animals

On the Pampas Spelling

  • wishes --
  • chased --
  • grazing --
  • dragging --
  • lassoed --
  • grazes --
  • stayed --
  • studied --
  • jogging --
  • encouraging --
  • worries --
  • tried --
  • dragging --
  • happening --
  • carries --

On the Pampas Vocab

  • gourd -- a fruit that grows on a vine and whose shell is used for cups, bowls, and so on
  • calves -- young cows or bulls
  • initials -- first letters of names
  • gauchos -- cowboys of the South American pampas
  • bridle -- a part of a horse harness that fits on the horse's head
  • herd -- a group of animals of one kind
  • reins -- straps fasstened to the bridle
  • vaccinate -- to give medicine by injection to protect from disease
  • brand -- to mark by burning skin with a hot iron
  • corral -- a structure in which horses are kept
  • manes -- long heavy hair on horses' necks

On the Pampas Vocab List

  • calves --
  • initials --
  • gauchos --
  • bridle --
  • herd --
  • reins --
  • vaccinate --
  • brand --
  • corral --
  • manes --
  • gourd --

Swimming Hole Spelling

  • thought --
  • awesome --
  • caught --
  • thaw --
  • automatic --
  • fault --
  • bought --
  • awful --
  • taught --
  • sought --
  • brought --
  • naughty --
  • fought --
  • vault --
  • brawl --

The Storm Spelling List

  • fidget --
  • except --
  • exciting --
  • equal --
  • village --
  • quickly --
  • coaxed --
  • quiet --
  • fudge --
  • quart --
  • edge --
  • ledge --
  • explain --
  • charge --
  • relax --

The Storm Vocab Words

  • accident --
  • soothing --
  • advisory --
  • therapists --
  • nuzzled --
  • wail --
  • scythe --
  • coaxed --
  • tornado --
  • flashbacks --

The Storm Vocabulary

  • tornado -- a violent and destructive whirlwind
  • flashbacks -- scenes of an earlier event inserted into a current event
  • accident -- something harmful or unlucky that happens unexpectedly
  • soothing -- calming; comforting
  • advisory -- report of bad weather
  • therapists -- people who treat injuries or diseases
  • nuzzled -- rubbed with the nose
  • wail -- a sound that is like a long loud cry
  • scythe -- a long, curved blade on a handle
  • coaxed -- persuaded gently

The Swimming Hole Vocab.

  • dugout -- a shelter formed by digging into the side of a hill
  • punish -- to discipline
  • badger -- a gray hairy animal that feeds at night and lives in a hole
  • bristled -- had one's hair stand up straight
  • naughty -- bad; not behaving well
  • shallow -- not deep
  • tableland -- a high plain; a plateau
  • jointed -- having joints (connections)
  • rushes -- grasslike plants with hollow stems
  • frightful -- causing fear or terror
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