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Hangman

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2HMartin RDG 2.1

  • wishes --
  • new --
  • warm --
  • passes --
  • teaching --
  • keep --
  • myself --
  • teaches --
  • wishing --
  • mother --
  • passing --

2HMARTIN Rdg 2.5

  • exclaimed --
  • ripe --
  • face --
  • tease --
  • enough --
  • until --
  • squeeze --
  • cage --
  • page --
  • call --
  • heard --
  • patch --
  • huge --
  • twice --
  • full --

2HMARTIN Rdg. 2.3

  • food --
  • curb --
  • bunny --
  • friends --
  • around --
  • first --
  • furry --
  • babies --
  • friend --
  • another --
  • under --
  • verb --
  • baby --
  • bunnies --
  • almost --

2HMARTIN Rdg. 2.4

  • why --
  • underneath --
  • below --
  • soap --
  • animals --
  • knew --
  • medicine --
  • owe --
  • woke --
  • between --
  • enemy --
  • scales --
  • coat --
  • sold --
  • before --

2MARTIN RDG 4.4

  • story -- something you read in a book
  • kernel -- a single piece of corn
  • wedding -- a ceremony where a man marries a woman
  • early -- something that happens before expected
  • grazing -- plant eaters eat a little bit all day long
  • gobble -- the sound a turkey makes
  • banquet -- a program put on to recognize an important event or person
  • growl -- dogs make this noise
  • feathers -- birds have these on their bodies to help them fly
  • dismay -- feeling you get when something does not go the way you want it to
  • own -- when something belongs to you
  • brook -- small river or a stream

2MARTIN SPE 4.4

  • comb --
  • knit --
  • early --
  • thought --
  • climb --
  • kneel --
  • able --
  • story --
  • lamb --
  • knot --
  • won --

2nd RDG 4.1 MARTIN

  • better --
  • still --
  • lightly --
  • weekly --
  • ago --
  • idea --
  • friendly --
  • softly --
  • head --
  • bravely --
  • slowly --

2nd RDG 4.2 MARTIN

  • important --
  • point --
  • spoil --
  • father --
  • boil --
  • coin --
  • different --
  • told --
  • voice --
  • enjoy --
  • about --

2nd RDG 4.3 MARTIN

  • sweat --
  • ready --
  • wash --
  • spread --
  • weather --
  • large --
  • today --
  • breath --
  • thread --
  • says --
  • bread --

2nd RDG 4.4 MARTIN

  • able --
  • story --
  • comb --
  • knit --
  • won --
  • climb --
  • kneel --
  • early --
  • through --
  • lamb --
  • knot --

2nd RDG 4.5 MARTIN

  • morning --
  • awful --
  • draw --
  • finally --
  • really --
  • claw --
  • straw --
  • family --
  • paper --
  • bought --
  • saw --

2nd RDG. 3.5 MARTIN

  • could --
  • great --
  • book --
  • hood --
  • would --
  • even --
  • together --
  • took --
  • wood --
  • should --
  • beautiful --
  • become --
  • shook --
  • stood --

4S Science Ch. 8

  • weathering -- a natural process thta breaks rocks into smaller pieces
  • minerals -- different kinds of crystals that make up rocks
  • talc -- a very soft mineral
  • sedimentary -- made of layers like the Grand Canyon
  • minerals -- different kinds of crystals that make up rocks
  • igneous -- is always made of melted rock that cooled
  • talc -- a very soft mineral
  • sedimentary -- type of rock that is made of layers like the Grand Canyon
  • quartz -- a mineral that has a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale
  • soil -- small bits of rocks, plant and animal remains, and live animals
  • obsidian -- an igneous rock that cooled very quickly
  • quartz -- mineral that has the hardest of 7 on the Mohs scale
  • soil -- small bits of rock, plant and animal remains, and live animals
  • mica -- a common mineral that forms rocks
  • weathering -- a natural process that breaks rocks in to smaller pieces
  • fossils -- bones and leaves can be formed into these
  • mica -- a common mineral that forms rocks
  • metamorphic -- At very high temperatures and pressures, granite can become gneiss which is what kind of rock?

4S Social Studies Ch. 10

  • wagon train -- South Pass
  • suffrage -- Wyoming
  • Lewis and Clark -- explored the areas of the Rocky Mountains, the Great Plains, and the Pacific Coast
  • communications -- satellites improved this in the Mountain regions
  • service -- the type of industry that most people earn a living in the Mountain states today
  • boomtown -- Denver, Colorado
  • terrace -- Andes Mountains
  • Mormons -- settled in the Mountain region for religious freedom
  • supply energy -- coal, natural gas, and uranium are natural resources found in the Mountain states that ...
  • bartering -- trading one kind of good for another without using money
  • geyser -- Yellowstone National Park
  • Continental Div -- an imaginary line that runs north to south along the peaks of the Rocky Mountains
  • too cold -- why no trees grow above the timberline
  • Himalayas -- have the highest mountain peaks in the world

4Stark Science Ch.12

  • thermal energy -- measures only how fast particles are moving
  • energy -- the ability to cause change or do work
  • slower -- As an object cools, the particles move ______.
  • conduction -- How does heat move from the stove to a pot?
  • radiation -- the feeling you have when you feel the warmth from a light bulb on your skin
  • convection -- a mobile turns from a candle burning below it
  • plastic -- example of insulator
  • solid -- when particles of matter are close together
  • temperature -- What is the measure of the average amount of motion in particles of matter?
  • convection -- the type of current created when heated air expands and cooler air sinks below the warmer air
  • radiation -- method of heat transfer that does not require matter
  • metal -- example of conductor
  • contracts -- The substance is cooling down when the liquid inside a thermometer _____.
  • insulators -- Materials that allow no heat to pass through them.

4Stark Soc. St. Ch. 11

  • springs -- most of the water at an oasis comes from underground ____.
  • adobe -- the Anasazi use this to build their homes
  • aqueduct -- carries water from reservoirs to places where it is needed
  • migrant worker -- moves from farm to farm with the seasons, harvesting crops
  • sand dune -- formed as blowing sand forms hill-like mounds
  • de Coronado -- led on eof the first expeditions into the Southwest Desert region
  • physical -- canyons, mesas, and deserts are ____ features found in the Southwest Desert region
  • conserve -- Creating water management areas, using rocks, sand, and desert plants i gardens are ways that people in the Southwest Desert states are working to ____ water resources.
  • evaporation -- Negev farmers build plastic greenhouses over fields to prevent this
  • reservation -- place where Native Americans govern themselves
  • dry -- type of climate deserts have
  • rain shadow -- natural sources of fresh wate are scarce in the Southwest Desert states because the region lies in the ____ of the western mountains
  • Santa Fe -- was built to be the capital of Spanish New Mexico
  • butte -- a mall steep hill of rock with a flat top
  • mission -- this is where early Spanish settlers taught Native Americans about Christianity

5B "IS IT REAL?"

  • limb --
  • fasten --
  • cycle --
  • face --
  • vocal --
  • fast --
  • wisdom --
  • human --
  • columnist --
  • voice --
  • limber --
  • wise --
  • bicycle --
  • column --
  • facial --

5B "IS IT REAL?" 2

  • cycle --
  • fasten --
  • limb --
  • finality --
  • stable --
  • bicycle --
  • wise --
  • limber --
  • stability --
  • human --
  • wisdom --
  • fast --
  • vocal --
  • final --
  • humane --

5B Health Ch. 10

  • clique -- there are some kids in class who always hang out together and never let anyone else join them
  • arguing -- if you are involved in a conflict, the first thing you should do is stop ____.
  • aggressive -- behavior such as hitting and say mean things
  • positively -- You feel good about yourself when you develop the habit of seeing life ____.
  • long-term -- deciding in the fifth grade to be a lawyer is a _____ goal.
  • stereotype -- the belief that everyone in a group is the same
  • stress -- how one might feel when a mean group comes near
  • conflict resolu -- resolve a problem by calmly telling some of the kids that their actions were upsetting
  • goal setting -- the process of choosing adn working toward goals
  • conflicts -- these are struggles over different needs and wants
  • body language -- making nasty faces or turn their backs to others
  • attitude -- this describes how you feel about life as a whole
  • peer pressure -- when kids stay in a group only because the group has influence over them
  • wellness -- when your basic needs are met, you move in the direction of ____.
  • shy -- these people have a difficult time making friends easily

5B Health Ch. 7

  • protozoa -- one-celled pathogen that cause amebic dysentery and other diseases
  • vaccine -- a medicine that can give you immunity to a disease
  • strep throat -- this is an example of a communicable disease
  • heart disease -- an example of a chronic disease
  • chronic -- affecting a person for a long period of time, as a disease
  • acute -- affecting a person for a short period of time, as a disease
  • communicable -- any disease that can spread from one person to another
  • symptom -- a sign or feeling of illness
  • resistance -- your body's natural ability to fight disease
  • noncommunicable -- any disease that can't spread from person to person
  • pathogens -- organisms or viruses that cause communicable diseases
  • immunity -- the body's ability to "remember" how to make antibodies quickly
  • infection -- this is caused when pathogens get into your body
  • insulin -- your body can't make this if you have diabetes
  • fungi -- pathogens that cause ringworm and other diseases

5B Passage to Freedom

  • everybody --
  • nowhere --
  • hot dog --
  • someone --
  • home run --
  • first aid --
  • bookshelf --
  • grandparent --
  • no one --
  • blindfold --
  • living room --
  • everyone --
  • pen pal --
  • cupcake --
  • all right --

5B Passage to Freedom 2

  • each other --
  • agreement --
  • issue --
  • superiors --
  • typewriter --
  • peanut butter --
  • disobey --
  • representatives --
  • wristwatch --
  • high school --
  • cable --
  • permission --
  • translated --

5B Science Ch. 5 a

  • plankton -- the source of much of the oxygen in the atmosphere
  • eat waste -- What role do decomposers play in an ecosystem?
  • yes -- An ecosystem includes living an nonliving things.
  • omnivores -- animals that eat plants and other animals
  • temporate -- forest biome that is cool and wet and has trees such as maple and spruce
  • thick fur -- adaptation that best helps elk survive in the taiga biome
  • eat animals -- How do carnivores obtain energy?
  • yes -- Animals in an ecosystem may compete for food and water.
  • false -- The temperature in a desert biome is always extremely hot.
  • carnivores -- animals that eat only other animals
  • rainforest -- biome that is home to more species than any other biome
  • high pressure -- creatures that live in teh deep ocean need to adapt to which environmental factor?
  • nitrogen comp -- When decomposers break down the remains of dead organisms, what do they make that can be used by plants?
  • no -- A species's population will never decrease if its habitat changes.
  • herbivores -- animals that eat only plants

5B Science Ch. 5 b

  • ecosystem -- all the living and nonliving things in an area
  • niche -- the role that an organism has in an ecosystem
  • cycle -- a repeating process or a repeating flow of material through a system
  • consumer -- eat other organisms to get energy to live and grow
  • parasite -- an organism that feeds off another organism
  • community -- made up of all the populations in an area that depend on each other to fill needs, suh as food, shelter, and reproduction
  • energy pyramid -- a diagram that shows the amounts of energy that flow through each level of a food chain
  • producers -- have the greatest amount of energy in an ecosystem; make their own food
  • symbiosis -- a long-tern relationship between different species
  • true -- Carbon dioxide is a product of respiration and combustion.
  • population -- a group of organisms of one species that live in an area at the same time
  • habitat -- the place in which an organism lives
  • decomposer -- break down dead matter like bacteria, fungi, earthworms, flies, and slugs
  • biome -- a large ecosystem with generally the same climate and organisms
  • false -- Most plants and animals get nitrogen from the air

5B Social Studies Ch. 13

  • desert -- leave the army without permission
  • total war -- General Sherman's strategy that helped the Union because it destroyed the resources southerners needed for the war
  • Lincoln -- This president wanted to reunite the country.
  • primary -- These types of sources include more details from original documents.
  • General Lee -- Additional food supplies, and soldiers helped the Union army; which brought about the surrender of _________.
  • home front -- all the people who are not in the military
  • fourteenth -- this amendment gave full citizenship to African Americans
  • slavery -- The Emancipation Proclamation changed the war because it made the war about ending _____ in the heart of the South.
  • free -- Enslaved people were declared ____ by the Emancipation Proclamation.
  • Black Codes -- President Johnson allowed the southern states to elect former Conferate leaders into Congress and pass ____.
  • casualties -- soldiers who are killed or wounded
  • Jim Crow -- nickname for laws that kept African Americans separate from other Americans
  • South -- most of the battles of the Civil War took place here
  • Republicans -- This radical group wanted to change the South.
  • sharecroppers -- These people could not repay landowners for seeds and tools and went into debt.

5B Social Studies Ch. 15a

  • corporation -- a business in which many people own shares or parts
  • competition -- rivalry between businesses for the same customers
  • slum -- an overcrowded urban area marked by poor housing
  • labor union -- an organization of workers who bargained with company owners over wages and working conditions
  • stockyard -- a large enclosed yard in which livestock are kept until slaughtered; sold; or shipped anywhere else
  • rapid transit -- an urban passenger transportation system using elevated or underground trains
  • strike -- an organized refusal to work
  • monopoly -- a company that has exclusive control over an industry
  • settlementhouse -- a place built to provide services for poor people in U.S. cities

5B Social Studies Ch. 15b

  • opinion -- a personal belief
  • skyscraper -- a very tall building built on a steel skeleton
  • ethnic group -- a group of people who share a common culture
  • fact -- a piece of information that can be proved
  • tenement -- a rundown apartment building located in a city; usually rented to poor people
  • muckraker -- a progressive who pointed out about things that businesses and government were doing wrong
  • persecution -- unfair treatment or punishment; especially for political beliefs; religion; or race
  • progressives -- political reformers of the early 20th century

5B Social Studies Ch.11

  • interchangeable -- parts made by a machine to be exactly the same in size and shape
  • research -- the search for facts
  • injustice -- unfair treatment that abuses a person's rights
  • cession -- something that is given up
  • reform -- an action that makes somthing better
  • textiles -- cloth or fabric
  • entrepreneur -- a person who takes risks to start a business
  • temperance -- controlling or cutting back on the drinking of alcohol
  • front -- where the fighting tkes place in a war
  • productivity -- the amount of goods and services produced by workers in a certain amount of time
  • boomtowns -- a town whose population booms, or grows very quickly
  • mass production -- making many identical products at once
  • famine -- a widespread shortage of food
  • manifestdestiny -- the belief that the U.S. should spread across the entire North America continent, from Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean
  • annexation -- the act of joining two countries or pieces of land together

5B Social Studies. Ch. 12

  • Abraham Lincoln -- opposed slavery when he ran for the Senate and for President
  • state's rights -- idea that states, not federal government, should make the final decisions about matters that affect them
  • discrimination -- unfair treatment of particular groups
  • Union -- another name for the United States
  • secession -- when part of a country leaves or breaks off from the rest
  • Underground RR -- series of escape routes and hiding places to bring slaves out of the South
  • tariff -- tax on imported goods
  • abolitionist -- someone who joined the movement to abolish, or end, slavery
  • free state -- territories where slavery was illegal
  • fugitive -- person who is running away
  • civil war -- war between two groups or regions within a nation
  • sectionalism -- loyalty to one part of a country
  • slave state -- territories that allowed slavery
  • popular sovernT -- the right of people to make political decisions for themselves
  • Confederacy -- the name chosen by the states that left the Union at the time of the Civil War

5B Unit 5 Reading Vocab

  • trolley -- streetcar; a carriage hung from a grooved wheel that travels along an overhead track
  • liberty -- freedom
  • gale -- a very strong wind
  • excursions -- short trips
  • superiors -- people who are higher in rank or position
  • pavement -- sidewalk
  • vow -- a solemn promise
  • slavery -- practice of holding people against their will
  • feelers -- parts of an insect for sensing by touch
  • translated -- changed from one language in to another
  • headlines -- words printed in heavy type at teh top of newspaper articles
  • parlor -- living or sitting room
  • plantation -- large farm or estate
  • clinging -- hanging onto; sticking or holding fast
  • issue -- to send out

5B Unit 5 Reading Vocab 2

  • somber -- gloomy
  • translated -- changed from one language into another
  • feelers -- parts of an insect for sensing by touch
  • slavery -- practice of holding people against their will
  • fate -- destiny; your lot or fortune
  • superiors -- people who are higher in rank or position
  • excursions -- short trips
  • gale -- a very strong wind
  • liberty -- freedom
  • tread -- walk
  • representatives -- people appointed or elected to act or speak for others
  • issue -- to send out
  • clinging -- hanging onto; sticking or holding fast
  • plantation -- large farm or estate
  • lingers -- is slow in leaving

6C Science Ch. 4

  • organ -- tissues thta work together
  • tendons -- What attaches muscle to bone?
  • hormones -- What does the endocrine system keep balanced?
  • circulatory -- What body system carries nutrients around the body?
  • tissue -- cells that work together
  • ball-and-socket -- Which of your joints allow the most movement?
  • axon -- What part of a neuron carries messages from a cell body to other neurons?
  • digestive -- Which system of hte body takes in materials and breaks them down into simpler substances that the body can use?
  • alveoli -- Where does oxygen and carbon dioxide gas exchange take place?
  • red blood -- What kind of cells does the red bone marrow make for your body?
  • involuntary -- What do cardiac and smooth muscles have in common?
  • pancreas -- Which gland controls the amount of glucose in the blood?
  • carbon dioxide -- What waste is removed by the respiratory system?

6C Social Studies Ch.11

  • bad -- The Industrial Revolution brought about hard work and the pay was low, the cities became crowded and dirty, diseases spread rapidly, and business owners became wealthy at the workers' expense.
  • Florence -- a prosperous city-state on the Italian peninsula in the 14th century
  • Reign of Terror -- More than 17,000 people were executed in France during this time
  • F. Magellan -- let the fir st expedition that sailed around the world
  • good -- The Industrial Revolution freed people from the farm, allowed them to move to different places, find jobs, earn money, and buy more goods.
  • Crusades -- During this time, the western Eruropean armies tried to take back the Holy Lands from the Muslims.
  • Martin Luther -- a German monk who criticized the church in the 1500s
  • Catherine the G -- under this person's rule in the 1700s, Russia became a powerful nation
  • church -- Martin Luther did not like that this catered to the wealthy, educated people.
  • Scientific Rev. -- Galileo, Leeuwenhoek,, and Linnaeus alll made important discoveries during this time.
  • Prince Henry -- searched for a way to sail around the tip of Africa in the 1400s
  • N. Bonaparte -- took control of France in 1799 after the French Revolution
  • Latin -- Martin Luther objected to the fact that the Bible was only written in this language so most people could not read them

Chester Cricket's Pige2

  • excursions --
  • conversation --
  • preparation --
  • gale --
  • organization --
  • admiration --
  • clinging --
  • feelers --
  • imagination --
  • thrill --

Chester's Cricket's Pigeo

  • selection --
  • rejection --
  • decoration --
  • famous --
  • marvelous --
  • dangerous --
  • attraction --
  • inflation --
  • joyous --
  • mysterious --
  • instruction --
  • education --
  • information --
  • nervous --
  • humorous --

Mrs. Martin's Sp. 4.3

  • very --
  • going --
  • rode --
  • those --
  • has --
  • want --
  • thank --
  • joke --
  • stone --
  • shop --
  • father --
  • hope --
  • home --

Mrs. Martin's Sp. 4.4

  • funny --
  • fish --
  • that --
  • four --
  • use --
  • such --
  • with --
  • cute --
  • watch --
  • long --
  • the --
  • were --

Mrs. Martin's Sp. 4.4b

  • nice --
  • white --
  • friend --
  • be --
  • like --
  • ride --
  • your --
  • rabbit --
  • soon --
  • time --
  • five --
  • never --
  • pretty --

Mrs. Martin's Sp. 4.6

  • she --
  • see --
  • kind --
  • about --
  • we --
  • me --
  • any --
  • inside --
  • ask --
  • he --
  • green --
  • anything --
  • over --

Mrs. Martin's Spelling

  • puff --
  • skip --
  • sleep --
  • cup --
  • jump --
  • run --
  • swim --
  • with --
  • fun --
  • more --
  • stuff --
  • time --
  • up --

Number 0-10 using words

  • two --
  • five --
  • eight --
  • one --
  • four --
  • seven --
  • ten --
  • zero --
  • three --
  • six --
  • nine --

The Long Path to Freedom

  • washable --
  • responsible --
  • sensible --
  • defiant --
  • occupant --
  • reasonable --
  • valuable --
  • flexible --
  • contestant --
  • servant --
  • comfortable --
  • agreeable --
  • convertible --
  • reversible --
  • observant --

The Long Path to Freedom2

  • resident --
  • plantation --
  • slavery --
  • confident --
  • liberty --
  • unconscious --
  • runaway --
  • urgent --
  • opponent --
  • vow --
  • quickened --
  • student --
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