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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

1.4 word list

  • vull --
  • liss --
  • rall --
  • whiff --
  • dull --
  • tull --
  • zall --
  • biff --
  • mass --
  • rull --
  • rall --
  • mess --
  • fall --
  • lass --
  • biss --

2nd Grade

  • pit -- a large hole in the ground
  • has --
  • gap -- space
  • from --
  • lug -- to pull or drag
  • about --
  • were --
  • enough --
  • lash -- to beat or whip
  • any --
  • lag -- to fall behind
  • both --
  • mutt -- dog
  • was --
  • want --
  • lad -- a young boy
  • other --
  • rap -- loud knock
  • his --
  • lob -- to throw lightly
  • for --
  • thud -- loud noise
  • because --
  • what --
  • sob -- to cry very hard
  • also --

2nd grade - Wilson 1.2

  • then --
  • pack --
  • lash --
  • chip --
  • thin --
  • thud --
  • pick --
  • ship --
  • chop --
  • math --
  • bath --
  • deck --
  • shop --
  • mash --
  • much --

3rd 4th and 5th Grade

  • sob -- to cry very hard
  • yak -- to talk; an animal similiar to an ox
  • lass -- a young girl
  • lag -- to fall behind
  • lull -- a pause in action; to put to sleep or rest
  • dull -- not sharp, not bright, or boring
  • mob -- a large crowd, usually up to no good
  • rut -- track left in the mud, ground, etc...
  • lug -- to pull or drag
  • mill -- a place where things are made
  • mass -- a large amount
  • jut -- to stick out
  • lad -- a young boy
  • mull -- to think over ; or to crush or grind

3rd challenge sexton 9/07

  • correct --
  • dodge --
  • unusual --
  • crumb --
  • legend --
  • continue --
  • front --

3rd Grade Spelling

  • left --
  • thin --
  • dish --
  • mix --
  • last --
  • class --
  • send --
  • step --
  • smell --
  • friend --
  • thick --
  • stick --
  • empty --
  • milk --
  • head --

3rd Voc. Sexton 9/14

  • life -- a
  • mine -- a
  • guard -- a person who protects a person or place
  • within -- inside
  • save -- a
  • come -- a
  • length -- the distance from one end of something to another
  • smile -- a
  • gift -- a present
  • huge -- a
  • wide -- a
  • royal -- involving or belonging to a king or queen or a member of his or her family
  • grade -- a
  • straighten -- to make something straight
  • smoke -- a

3rd4th5th Grade

  • been --
  • often --
  • thought --
  • what --
  • says --
  • where --
  • month --
  • through --
  • want --
  • enough --
  • height --
  • answer --
  • though --
  • were --
  • said --

4th Voc. Sexton

  • instruction -- wisdom or learning
  • anxiety -- fear or apprehension
  • terror -- great fear or panic
  • wisdom -- learning and experience
  • familiar -- known, experienced
  • apprehension -- fear or anxiety
  • panic -- SUDDEN strong feeling of fear or anxiety
  • knowledge -- learning
  • comprehension -- understanding
  • dread -- fear or worry
  • dismay -- sudden fear or anxiety

5th Grade Vocab.

  • lug -- to drag or pull
  • jam -- to wedge or stick
  • lull -- a pause in action
  • firm -- hard, secure, determined
  • mull -- to think over carefully
  • lull -- to make something rest
  • thrifty -- managing money or other things carefully
  • mull -- to crush or grind
  • rut -- a track made in the ground
  • achievable -- something able to be accomplished or earned

Big Mama/Grandma Ghana

  • cookies --
  • presents --
  • America --
  • Ghana --
  • peanut butter --
  • games --
  • visit --
  • Ashanti --
  • Grandma --
  • greens --
  • checkers --
  • birthday --
  • lions --
  • Mama --
  • Africa --

Jarret's words 1

  • meteorology --
  • cloud --
  • cruise --
  • climate --
  • runoff --
  • water vapor --
  • droplet --
  • proof --
  • precipitation --
  • condensation --
  • meteorologist --
  • clue --
  • choose --
  • evaporation --
  • water cycle --

Jarret's words 2

  • condensation --
  • route --
  • precipitation --
  • troop --
  • view --
  • meteorologist --
  • cruise --
  • view --
  • rule --
  • route --
  • climate --
  • proof --
  • dew --
  • dew --
  • lose --

Rope Burn 4th

  • humiliated -- I was * when I forgot the words to the song in front of the whole school.
  • banister --
  • trance -- She seemed to be in a * because she wouldn't speak or respond.
  • licorice --
  • predicament -- I wasn't sure how to get out of the terrible * I had gotten myself into.
  • reassure --
  • clench --
  • ritual -- Going to the Christmas Parade has been a * in my family for years.
  • drastic -- The drop in my grades was so * that my mom couldn't believe it!
  • trance --
  • obvious -- The answer was so *, I couldn't believe I missed it!
  • feeble --
  • image -- I couldn't get the * of the hurt puppy out of my head.
  • predicament --
  • hulk -- My brother is such a * of a boy he is able to push me around easily.
  • obvious --
  • coaxed --
  • reassure -- My mom will * my little brother so he won't cry.
  • humiliation --
  • proverb -- "When you walk with the wise, you will be wise" is an example of a *.
  • chameleon --
  • feeble -- My grandfather was so * after his surgery, he could barely walk.
  • image --
  • fringe -- My dress had green lace around the * of the skirt.
  • roulette --
  • coaxed -- Mom * me to go camping with my dad, even though I didn't want to.
  • fringe --
  • chime -- I could hear the church bell * from my open window.
  • composition -- I had to write a two page * for my English teacher.
  • hulk --

Sexton 2nd 9/14/09

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

Sexton 2nd 9/7/09

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

Sexton 2nd grade Spelling

  • desk --
  • plant --
  • lucky --
  • homework --
  • best --
  • just --
  • hut --
  • shy --
  • carrots --
  • still --
  • mom --
  • clock --
  • hurry --
  • crawls --
  • bat --

Sexton 3rd 9/07/09

  • dodge --
  • luck --
  • rub --
  • sock --
  • shut --
  • much --
  • pond --
  • crumb --
  • drum --
  • crop --
  • spot --
  • drop --
  • does --
  • hunt --
  • front --

Sexton 3rd grade voc.

  • journey -- a long trip
  • astonished -- surprised very much; amazed
  • enormous -- extremely large
  • scattered -- thrown or spread in different directions
  • surrounded -- to have something on all sides
  • towering -- rising hish up in the air

Sexton 4th Oceans/Cont.

  • Antarctica --
  • Africa --
  • Southern --
  • Artic Ocean --
  • Asia --
  • Europe --
  • Indian Ocean --
  • Pacific Ocean --
  • South America --
  • Australia --
  • Atlantic Ocean --
  • North America --

Sexton 5th 9/29/29/09

  • contemplate -- to consider or pay close attention to
  • exceptional -- special
  • associate -- to be a partnered with or a friend of
  • particular -- special
  • condensation -- cooling water vapor which makes a cloud
  • ingenuity -- inventiveness, cleverness
  • precipitation -- sleet or snow

Sexton 5th Grade Voc.

  • condensation -- the process by which a gas changes into a liquid
  • atmosphere -- the layer of air that surrounds the earth
  • evaporation -- the process by which a liquid changes into a gas
  • global warming -- the hypothesized rise in Earth's average temperature from excess heat (carbon dioxide)
  • humidity -- the amount of water vapor in the air
  • precipitation -- any form of moisture that falls to the ground from a cloud
  • El Nino -- a short term climate change that occurs every two to ten years
  • climate -- the weather conditions experienced in an area over a long period of time
  • air pressure -- the weight of air

Sexton 5th Voc.

  • special -- important or different
  • culture -- a society's ideas, customs, and arts
  • society -- all the people in a particular country or region
  • exceptional -- rare or special
  • tradition -- a custom or belief that has existed for a long time
  • particular -- especially
  • heritage -- traditions and possessions over many years

Sexton My Father

  • citizen --
  • born --
  • granparents --
  • history --
  • vote --
  • father --
  • United States --
  • country --
  • class --
  • school --
  • oath --
  • Russia --
  • English --
  • government --
  • proud --

Sexton's Sight Words

  • were --
  • because --
  • was --
  • when --
  • me --
  • where --
  • could --
  • our --
  • from --
  • went --
  • both --
  • my --
  • who --
  • any --
  • want --

Sight words

  • though --
  • gone --
  • month --
  • often --
  • through --
  • was --
  • none --
  • caught --
  • were --
  • enough --
  • busy --
  • found --
  • where --
  • also --
  • thought --

Tarantula 5th 10-12-09

  • zany -- clownish, silly
  • condensate -- turn from gas to liquid
  • rivet -- to focus on
  • contemplate -- to consider, think about
  • evaporate -- turn from liquid to gas
  • satisfactory -- something that satisfies or pleases
  • culture -- heritage or tradition
  • ingenuity -- inventiveness, cleverness
  • associate -- group together
  • precipitation -- rain, sleet, or snow
  • heritage -- culture, tradition
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