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Mrs. Kiepke's Learning Fun



School:TIS
Location:China
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List Content

1.5 - Get the Egg!

  • nest -- a bird's home
  • hen -- a female chicken
  • bird -- animal covered in feathers with wings and two legs
  • deck -- one of the floors of a ship
  • twig -- a small, thin branch of a tree or bush
  • pen -- a small, closed space for farm animals

4.2 - The Dot

  • splashed -- caused liquid to fly around
  • stare -- look at something with your eyes wide open for a long time
  • experimenting -- testing or trying something out
  • squiggle -- a wiggly twist or curve
  • artist -- a person who makes art
  • straight -- without a bend, turn or curve
  • gold -- a shiny, bright yellow color

4.5 - Peter's Chair

  • idea -- a plan
  • cookies -- small, flat, sweet cakes
  • crocodile -- a large reptile with a long body, short legs, thick skin, and a long tail
  • biscuits -- small treats for a dog
  • cradle -- a small bed for a baby
  • curtain -- a cloth hung across a window to keep light out

Challeng Words 1.2

  • think --
  • fax --
  • tuxedo --
  • skimp --
  • windmill --
  • index --
  • extra --
  • giggle --
  • picnic --
  • relax --
  • sixty --
  • pinch --

Challenge Words 1.1

  • animal --
  • basket --
  • bucket --
  • pickle --
  • daddy --
  • sadly --
  • cracker --
  • rocket --
  • plant --
  • snatch --
  • black --
  • chick --

Challenge Words 1.3

  • students --
  • horses --
  • drop --
  • chomp --
  • wishes --
  • tadpoles --
  • branches --
  • problem --
  • knob --
  • letters --
  • copy --
  • follow --

Challenge Words 1.4

  • cutting --
  • making --
  • quits --
  • brings --
  • cracking --
  • running --
  • scribbles --
  • happens --
  • giving --
  • chasing --
  • feeds --
  • lives --

Challenge Words 1.5

  • skillet --
  • engine --
  • empty --
  • smudge --
  • grandpa --
  • them --
  • feather --
  • scramble --
  • freedom --
  • ever --
  • enter --
  • broken --

Challenge Words 1.6

  • funny --
  • fuzzy --
  • stunt --
  • shelf --
  • number --
  • under --
  • first --
  • shrimp --
  • study --
  • sunshine --
  • cold --
  • find --

Challenge Words 2.1

  • caution --
  • third --
  • teeth --
  • auto --
  • baseball --
  • shape --
  • show --
  • chalk --
  • draw --
  • toothbrush --
  • finish --
  • lawn --

Challenge Words 2.2

  • say --
  • repay --
  • fancy --
  • vegetable --
  • today --
  • away --
  • pencil --
  • central --
  • phrase --
  • classmate --
  • circle --
  • danger --

Challenge Words 2.3

  • light --
  • catcher --
  • children --
  • polite --
  • write --
  • somewhat --
  • teacher --
  • cry --
  • find --
  • whisper --
  • kitchen --
  • stripe --

Challenge Words 2.4

  • who'll --
  • they --
  • homework --
  • homework --
  • weren't --
  • wouldn't --
  • follow --
  • phone --
  • you'd --
  • slow --
  • float --

Challenge Words 2.4 ALL

  • follow --
  • phone --
  • you'd --
  • that's --
  • slow --
  • float --
  • who'll --
  • they're --
  • homework --
  • oatmeal --
  • weren't --
  • wouldn't --

Challenge Words 2.5

  • consume --
  • evening --
  • finished --
  • stopped --
  • chute --
  • include --
  • liked --
  • answered --
  • theme --
  • complete --
  • named --
  • happened --

Challenge Words 2.6

  • wreath --
  • harvest --
  • person --
  • meter --
  • beach --
  • welcome --
  • journey --
  • weekly --
  • succeed --
  • tender --
  • support --
  • cider --

Challenge Words 3.1

  • heavy --
  • anything --
  • human --
  • bicycle --
  • family --
  • usually --
  • volcano --
  • museum --
  • lullaby --
  • beauty --
  • maybe --
  • vacation --

Challenge Words 3.2

  • anger --
  • tablecloth --
  • sailboat --
  • ankle --
  • thankful --
  • afternoon --
  • understand --
  • triangle --
  • wrinkle --
  • sweatshirt --
  • peppermint --
  • angle --

Challenge Words 3.3

  • reaches --
  • important --
  • teaches --
  • storefront --
  • leaves --
  • seashore --
  • babies --
  • auditorium --
  • touches --
  • before --
  • spies --
  • portfolio --

Challenge Words 3.4

  • occurred --
  • starring --
  • partner --
  • marble --
  • omitting --
  • starred --
  • darkness --
  • charming --
  • omitted --
  • occurring --
  • target --
  • starter --

Challenge Words 3.5

  • might've --
  • could've --
  • injury --
  • furniture --
  • we're --
  • you're --
  • thirsty --
  • circle --
  • he's --
  • she's --
  • verse --
  • silver --

Challenge Words 3.6

  • ledger --
  • looser --
  • cleanest --
  • budget --
  • gadget --
  • brighter --
  • happiest --
  • knowledge --
  • porridge --
  • tightest --
  • nicest --
  • fidget --

Challenge Words 4.1

  • Ross's --
  • hens' --
  • sailboat --
  • daylight --
  • school's --
  • snails' --
  • explain --
  • player --
  • Megan's --
  • girls' --
  • holiday --
  • maybe --

Challenge Words 4.2

  • tries --
  • please --
  • teamwork --
  • hungrier --
  • happier --
  • peanut --
  • cities --
  • bodies --
  • funniest --
  • eagle --
  • meanest --
  • tinier --

Challenge Words 4.3

  • tomorrow --
  • roadside --
  • throbbing --
  • strong --
  • pillow --
  • raincoat --
  • thread --
  • strange --
  • swallow --
  • coating --
  • through --
  • struggle --

Challenge Words 4.4

  • highway --
  • denied --
  • know --
  • wrinkle --
  • knight --
  • died --
  • knee --
  • wrist --
  • sight --
  • fried --
  • knot --
  • write --

Challenge Words 4.5

  • juice --
  • nephew --
  • strawberry --
  • airport --
  • shrewd --
  • clues --
  • watermelon --
  • rowboat --
  • cruise --
  • toothbrush --
  • afternoon --
  • upstairs --

Challenge Words 4.6

  • broom --
  • colorful --
  • happily --
  • afternoon --
  • kangaroo --
  • powerful --
  • suddenly --
  • shampoo --
  • teaspoon --
  • beautiful --
  • shortly --
  • toothache --

Challenge Words 5.1

  • double --
  • knuckle --
  • vowel --
  • allow --
  • castle --
  • candlestick --
  • howdy --
  • somehow --
  • tricycle --
  • muscle --
  • eyebrow --
  • frowning --

Challenge Words 5.2

  • major --
  • aloud --
  • playground --
  • hotel --
  • unit --
  • cloudy --
  • mountain --
  • lazy --
  • razor --
  • outdoors --
  • background --
  • over --

Challenge Words 5.3

  • bookshelf --
  • crooked --
  • practices --
  • forces --
  • cookies --
  • footstep --
  • joked --
  • talks --
  • good-byes --
  • neighborhood --
  • closed --
  • classes --

Challenge Words 5.4

  • rejoice --
  • enjoyment --
  • leaders --
  • shopkeeper --
  • boyish --
  • poison --
  • inventors --
  • seeker --
  • joyful --
  • decoy --
  • computer --
  • directors --

Challenge Words 5.5

  • automobile --
  • healthy --
  • weatherman --
  • gnaw --
  • caution --
  • treasure --
  • instead --
  • awkward --
  • autograph --
  • measure --
  • gingerbread --
  • withdraw --

Challenge Words 5.6

  • almost --
  • binder --
  • restarted --
  • unwind --
  • golden --
  • rewind --
  • rewrite --
  • unopened --
  • colder --
  • milder --
  • regroup --
  • uncomfortable --

RS 1.1

  • yak -- a large animal with long hair
  • nab -- to grab
  • sag -- hang down
  • Sam -- a cat that runs away
  • jab -- poke
  • sack -- a cloth bag

RS 1.2- Pig in a Wig

  • sip -- a small drink
  • play -- to perform on a musical instrument
  • nip -- to bite or squeeze
  • dip -- to go down slowly
  • fin -- the fanlike part of a fish's body

RS 1.3 - The Big Blue Ox

  • mud -- wet dirt
  • fox -- a wild animal that looks like a dog
  • town -- a large group of houses and buildings, smaller than a city
  • sob -- to cry
  • pack -- to put things into a bag
  • rot -- to become rotten; spoil

RS 1.4 - A Fox and a Kit

  • pops -- bursts open
  • animals -- living things that can move around
  • gabs -- talks or chats
  • watch -- to look at something
  • jabs -- pokes or stabs
  • dinner -- the main meal of the day

RS 1.6 - Animal Park

  • elephants -- huge gray animals with long trunks
  • drift -- to be carried away by air or water
  • park -- land where people go to play or rest
  • hippos -- a short word for hippopotamuses
  • stump -- the part of a tree left after the trunk has been cut down
  • zebras -- black and white striped animals that look like horses
  • pond -- a small body of still water

RS 2.1 A Big Fish for Max

  • Ruby -- Max's big sister who is sometimes bossy
  • rush -- move quickly
  • stalk -- to hunt something by following it quietly
  • Max -- Ruby's little brother
  • fresh -- not spoiled
  • halt -- to stop for a while
  • Grandma -- helps Max and Ruby solve their problems
  • shack -- small house or hut
  • stall -- a place for one animal in a barn or stable

RS 2.2 The Farmer in the

  • lace -- very thin threads woven together to make a pattern
  • squeak -- a short, high sound
  • bake -- to cook food in an oven
  • wage -- money paid for work done
  • MacDonald -- the name of the farmer from the song "Old MacDonald's Farm"
  • gerbil -- a small, furry animal often kept as a pet
  • shade -- a place not in the bright sun
  • brace -- something that holds parts together or in place
  • farmer -- a person who grows crops or keeps animals on a farm
  • plate -- a flat dish for food

RS 2.3 Who Works Here?

  • neighborhood -- a place where people live and work together
  • check -- bill at a restaurant
  • pride -- self-respect
  • mail -- letters or packages sent through a post office and delivered to homes or businesses
  • chat -- friendly talk
  • whine -- to make a high, unhappy cry or sound
  • price -- amount of money one must pay for something
  • busy -- having many things to do
  • fetch -- to go and get something; bring it back
  • line -- row of people

RS 2.4 - The Big Circle

  • circle -- a round shape like a ring
  • mope -- feel bad or pout
  • triceratops -- a large, plant-eating dinosaur that had three horns
  • baby -- a very young child or animal
  • froze -- didn't move a muscle
  • herd -- a group of animals of the same kind that stay together
  • doze -- take a little nap
  • meat -- a kind of food that comes from animals

RS 2.5 Life in the Forest

  • squirrels -- small animals that have bushy tails and can climb trees
  • woodpecker -- a bird with a hard, pointed bill for pecking holes in trees
  • leaves -- the flat, green parts of a plant that grow from a stem
  • bear -- a large, heavy animal with thick fur
  • forest -- a large area covered with trees and plants
  • hummingbirds -- very small birds whose quick wings make a humming sound

RS 2.6 - Honey Bees

  • nectar -- a sweet liquid that is made by flowers
  • flowers -- the colored part of a plant that makes seeds or fruit
  • cold -- something that is not as warm as your body
  • worker -- a person, animal or insect that does a lot of work
  • honey -- a sweet liquid made by bees

RS 3.1 - An Egg is an Egg

  • tower -- a tall building or part of a building
  • night -- the time between evening and morning
  • boy -- a male child
  • sunset -- the time when the sun is last seen in the evening
  • grew -- got bigger

RS 3.2 - Ruby in Her...

  • father -- a man who has a child or children
  • beautiful -- very pretty to see or hear
  • precious -- having great value
  • feather -- one of the light, soft things that cover a bird's body
  • mother -- a woman who has a child or children
  • flew -- took off and moved into the air

RS 3.3 - Jan's New Home

  • thorn -- a sharp point on a stem or branch of a tree or plant
  • move -- to change the place where you live
  • port -- a harbor, place where ships load and unload
  • toys -- things to play with
  • fort -- a strong building that can easily be defended
  • window -- an opening in a wall or room that lets in fresh air and light
  • bosses -- people in charge

RS 3.4 - Frog & Toad To..

  • head -- the top part of your body or the front part of most animal's bodies
  • ground -- the soil or dirt on the surface of the Earth
  • shouting -- calling or yelling
  • rain -- water that falls in drops from the clouds
  • shouted -- called out or yelled loudly

RS 3.5- I'm a Caterpillar

  • caterpillar -- an insect that changes into a moth or butterfly
  • pupa -- the form of an insect while it is changing from a wormlike larva into an adult
  • chrysalis -- forms from the body of a caterpillar and has a hard shell that protects the caterpillar as it changes into a butterfly
  • crawl -- move on your hands and knees or with your body close to the ground
  • shiver -- to shake

RS 3.6 - Where are My A..

  • warm -- more hot than cold
  • nudge -- small push
  • spring -- the season of the year between winter and summer, when plants begin to grow
  • raccoon -- a small animal with thick fur whose markings resemble rings on its tail and a black mask around its eyes
  • goose -- a large bird with a long neck

RS 4.1 - Mama's Birthday

  • present -- a gift given to someone
  • tortillas -- thin, flat, round cakes made with corn meal
  • confetti -- tiny bits of colored paper thrown during celebrations
  • buñelos -- sweet, fried pasteries covered with sugar
  • piñata -- object filled with candy, fruit and small toys
  • wonderful -- marvelous, enjoyable
  • guitar -- a stringed musical instrument - played with the fingers

RS 4.3 - Mister Bones...

  • bandanas -- large, colorful handkerchiefs
  • tyrant -- a mean, powerful ruler
  • Montana -- one of the 50 U.S. states
  • lizard -- a long, thin animal with dry, rough skin
  • gigantic -- very large
  • cowboy -- a person who works on a ranch or rides in a rodeo
  • museum -- a building for keeping and showing interesting things

RS 4.4 - The Lady in the

  • treasures -- things that are worth a lot
  • poem -- writing that is like a song without music
  • festival -- special celebrations
  • lotus leaves -- the leaves from a lotus plant
  • pears -- fruits that are round at the end

RS 4.6 - Henry & Mudge &

  • Valentine's Day -- a day when people send cards with hearts and small presents
  • shiny -- bright
  • tuxedo -- a formal suit for men - usually black
  • waltz -- to dance slowly with graceful steps
  • heart -- shape of candy often given on Valentine's Day
  • gargoyle -- a scary stone carving in the shape of an animal or person

RS 5.1 Tippy-Toe Chick G

  • disagree -- have a different opinion
  • favorite -- like the best
  • tippy-toe -- walk softly on toes
  • breath -- air that goes in and out when you breathe
  • potato bugs -- beetles that eat potato leaves

RS 5.2 - Mole & Baby Bird

  • presently -- soon
  • vanish -- disappear
  • usually -- most often
  • clever -- smart, having good ideas
  • borrowed -- used something of someone else's for a little while

RS 5.3 - Dot & Jabber &

  • detectives -- people who try to find things out
  • hey -- a cry used to get attention
  • hurray -- a cry of happiness
  • solve -- to find an answer to a mystery
  • million -- one thousand thousands
  • mystery -- a puzzle about something
  • meadow -- land covered in grass or hay

RS 5.4 - Simple Machines

  • pulleys -- machines made up of a small wheel and freely moving rope
  • axles -- rods that connect a pair of wheels
  • vacuum -- a machine that cleans by sucking up dirt
  • surface -- outer part of a thing
  • machines -- things people use to help them do work
  • inclined planes -- flat surfaces that are slanted

RS 5.5 - Alexander Grah

  • telephone -- a system that uses electricity to send and receive speech
  • piano -- an instrument used to make music
  • communicate -- to exchange messages, thoughts or information
  • electricity -- a kind of energy
  • Scotland -- a country north of England
  • famous -- well-known and important
  • Boston -- a city in Massahusetts

RS 5.6 - Ben Franklin &

  • amazing -- very surprising
  • hasty pudding -- soft food made of cornmeal
  • harbor -- safe place for boats near the shore
  • hearth -- floor of a fireplace
  • invention -- idea or thing made for the first time

RS Spelling 1.1

  • mad --
  • way --
  • at --
  • back --
  • bat --
  • sack --
  • cat --
  • am --
  • ran --
  • on --
  • can --
  • dad --

RS Spelling 1.2

  • take --
  • it --
  • six --
  • mix --
  • and --
  • in --
  • sit --
  • lip --
  • wig --
  • did --
  • fix --
  • pin --

RS Spelling 1.3

  • hop --
  • ox --
  • got --
  • use --
  • hot --
  • pop --
  • mop --
  • help --
  • mom --
  • pot --
  • lock --
  • rock --

RS Spelling 1.4

  • sits --
  • fit --
  • hits --
  • sit --
  • wins --
  • hit --
  • too --
  • naps --
  • win --
  • fits --
  • her --
  • nap --

RS Spelling 1.5

  • jet --
  • saw --
  • bed --
  • step --
  • leg --
  • wet --
  • red --
  • net --
  • sled --
  • your --
  • men --
  • ten --

RS Spelling 1.6

  • into --
  • cut --
  • up --
  • bus --
  • many --
  • run --
  • sun --
  • jump --
  • rug --
  • must --
  • bump --
  • nut --

RS Spelling 2.1

  • shut --
  • shell --
  • thin --
  • then --
  • rush --
  • trash --
  • good --
  • fish --
  • with --
  • shop --
  • want --
  • ship --

RS Spelling 2.2

  • cake --
  • could --
  • face --
  • safe --
  • cage --
  • name --
  • age --
  • make --
  • late --
  • old --
  • made --
  • take --

RS Spelling 2.3

  • work --
  • ride --
  • white --
  • hide --
  • who --
  • like --
  • time --
  • dime --
  • kite --
  • smile --
  • bike --
  • ice --

RS Spelling 2.4

  • rose --
  • bone --
  • rode --
  • together --
  • hope --
  • those --
  • joke --
  • there --
  • home --
  • woke --
  • hose --
  • stone --

RS Spelling 2.5

  • tube --
  • cute --
  • mule --
  • rule --
  • cube --
  • rude --
  • under --
  • June --
  • use --
  • flute --
  • water --
  • huge --

RS Spelling 2.6

  • she --
  • some --
  • be --
  • see --
  • me --
  • week --
  • he --
  • green --
  • tree --
  • family --
  • feet --
  • we --

RS Spelling 3.1

  • silly --
  • always --
  • by --
  • body --
  • lucky --
  • things --
  • my --
  • any --
  • cry --
  • puppy --
  • try --
  • fly --

RS Spelling 3.2

  • pink --
  • wing --
  • rang --
  • sure --
  • trunk --
  • sang --
  • blank --
  • every --
  • bring --
  • bank --
  • rink --
  • sunk --

RS Spelling 3.3

  • fix --
  • classes --
  • kiss --
  • buses --
  • class --
  • wishes --
  • bus --
  • very --
  • fixes --
  • wish --
  • kisses --
  • friends --

RS Spelling 3.4

  • help --
  • jogged --
  • again --
  • ask --
  • planned --
  • jog --
  • called --
  • plan --
  • helped --
  • call --
  • soon --
  • asked --

RS Spelling 3.5

  • hurt --
  • done --
  • first --
  • burn --
  • fur --
  • visit --
  • her --
  • girl --
  • shirt --
  • sir --
  • bird --
  • were --

RS Spelling 3.6

  • faster --
  • slowest --
  • sadder --
  • before --
  • biggest --
  • slower --
  • shortest --
  • good-bye --
  • bigger --
  • fastest --
  • shorter --
  • saddest --

RS Spelling 4.1

  • way --
  • day --
  • gray --
  • about --
  • train --
  • play --
  • rain --
  • afraid --
  • tail --
  • may --
  • mail --
  • would --

RS Spelling 4.2

  • each --
  • dream --
  • clean --
  • sign --
  • sea --
  • please --
  • beach --
  • colors --
  • eat --
  • team --
  • treat --
  • lean --

RS Spelling 4.3

  • coat --
  • pillow --
  • snow --
  • loaf --
  • blow --
  • wild --
  • road --
  • yellow --
  • soap --
  • once --
  • boat --
  • row --

RS Spelling 4.4

  • above --
  • lie --
  • might --
  • bright --
  • tight --
  • high --
  • night --
  • pie --
  • laugh --
  • tie --
  • right --
  • light --

RS Spelling 4.5

  • outside --
  • flashlight --
  • suitcase --
  • picture --
  • backpack --
  • herself --
  • lunchbox --
  • brainstorm --
  • baseball --
  • bluebird --
  • inside --
  • remember --

RS Spelling 4.6

  • quickly --
  • playful --
  • nicely --
  • across --
  • careful --
  • painful --
  • gladly --
  • because --
  • slowly --
  • useful --
  • sadly --
  • wonderful --

RS Spelling 5.1

  • town --
  • brown --
  • frown --
  • eyes --
  • how --
  • now --
  • clown --
  • growl --
  • down --
  • cow --
  • crowd --
  • never --

RS Spelling 5.2

  • found --
  • cloud --
  • round --
  • loved --
  • house --
  • out --
  • shout --
  • should --
  • mouth --
  • our --
  • ouch --
  • count --

RS Spelling 5.3

  • zoo --
  • boot --
  • took --
  • pool --
  • good --
  • another --
  • moon --
  • look --
  • noon --
  • instead --
  • book --
  • food --

RS Spelling 5.4

  • against --
  • oil --
  • point --
  • coin --
  • join --
  • voice --
  • boil --
  • toy --
  • heavy --
  • soil --
  • boy --
  • oink --

RS Spelling 5.5

  • draw --
  • law --
  • lawn --
  • through --
  • saw --
  • straw --
  • paw --
  • hawk --
  • crawl --
  • jaw --
  • yawn --
  • science --

RS Spelling 5.6

  • untie --
  • unkind --
  • reopen --
  • carry --
  • refill --
  • repay --
  • retell --
  • different --
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Play Kids Games provides free online kids games that are both fun and educational. Aimed at ages pre-K through middle school, Play Kids Games offers kids a safe environment to discover their abilities and learn new skills with interactive and fun computer games. Our games build skills in math, logic, memory, vocabulary, alphabet, spelling, geography, computer skills, color identification, shape identification and other various problem solving. Our commitment to parents, teachers, and kids, is to connect learning and skill building with a sense of challenge, fun, and self esteem. From the fun of "Alphabet Whack-a-Mole" to the skill building "Math Fact Practice", our hope is that PlayKidsGames.com will be a part of our future generation's ongoing experience and development.

Let us know what you think, and go ahead, whack a mole!

Sincerely,
The Play Kids Games Team.

PS.
Teachers, Parents, Anyone! The time has finally come. You can now create your own class page and game content for our games! Create vocabulary lists and math problems for pinball or word lists for word search. Your vocabulary lists will automatically show in Word Find as well. It is easy! Just create a login, add your class page detail, and create lists! Your lists will automatically show up in the games!
    
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