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Mr. Law



School:Foskett Ranch Elementary
Location:Lincoln CA
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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

Gloria Estefan

  • demonstrated -- to show other people how to do something or use something clearly
  • tireless -- capable of working a long time without getting tired
  • contract -- a written agreement that the law can enforce
  • specializes -- to focus on one area of work, or to learn a lot about one subject
  • eventually -- finally or at last
  • worldwide -- extending or spreading though out the world, as in worldwide fame or worldwide concern

Pepita Talks Twice

  • mumble -- To speak quietly and unclearly, with the mouth closed.
  • taco -- A Mexican food consisting of a fried tortilla that is folded around one or more fillings such as beef, chicken, or cheese.
  • language -- The words and grammar that people use to talk and write to each other.
  • mumble -- To speak quietly and unclearly, with the mouth closed.
  • thermometer -- An instrument for measuring and indicating temperature.
  • language -- The words and grammar that people use to talk and write to each other.
  • thermometer -- An instrument for measuring and indicating temperature.
  • tortilla -- A round, flat bread made from cornmeal or flour.
  • Spanish -- A language.
  • tortilla -- A round, flat bread made from cornmeal or flour.
  • hamburger -- A round patty of ground beef, fried or grilled and typically served on a bun or roll.
  • Spanish -- A language.
  • hamburger -- A round patty of ground beef, fried or grilled and typically served on a bun or roll.
  • salsa -- A hot, spicy tomato sauce that can be flavored with onions and red peppers.
  • tamales -- A Mexican dish consisting of seasoned chopped meat rolled in cornmeal dough. The mixture is wrapped in husks of corn and steamed.
  • salsa -- A hot, spicy tomato sauce that can be flavored with onions and red peppers.
  • enchilada -- A Mexican dish consisting of a rolled tortilla with a filling typically meat served in a chili sauce.
  • tamales -- A Mexican dish consisting of seasoned chopped meat rolled in cornmeal dough. The mixture is wrapped in husks of corn and steamed.
  • enchilada -- A Mexican dish consisting of a rolled tortilla with a filling typically meat served in a chili sauce.
  • taco -- A Mexican food consisting of a fried tortilla that is folded around one or more fillings such as beef, chicken, or cheese.

Poppa's New Pants

  • amnesia -- A partial or total loss of memory that can be temporary or permanent.
  • hem -- To fold over an edge of material and sew it down.
  • pattern -- A repeating arrangement of colors, shapes, and figures.
  • aggravate -- To make something even worse.
  • fabric -- Cloth or material.
  • plaid -- A pattern of squares in cloth formed by weaving stripes of different widths and colors that cross each other.
  • accept -- To take something that you are offered.
  • draped -- To cover with a loosely hanging cloth.
  • mended -- To fix or repair something.
  • rustling -- To make a soft, crackling sound as things move together gently.

Ramona Quimby Age 8

  • dreary -- Dull and miserable.
  • discouraged -- To lose your enthusiasm or confidence.
  • companionable -- To be or feel like spending time with.
  • dismal -- Gloomy and sad.
  • sullenly -- Gloomy and silent because you feel angry, bitter, or hurt.
  • exhausted -- To feel very tired.
  • mustn't -- A short form of must not.
  • pelting -- To strike or beat again and again.
  • ceaseless -- Without end.
  • unappreciated -- To not enjoy or value somebody or something.

Superfudge (Chap. 6-12)

  • appropriate -- Suitable or right.
  • poisonous -- A substance that can kill or harm someone if it is swallowed, inhaled, or sometimes even touched.
  • catastrophe -- A terrible or sudden disaster.
  • punishment -- To make a person suffer for committing a crime or behaving badly.
  • certificate -- A piece of paper that officially states that something is a fact.
  • principal -- The head of a public school.
  • mayonnaise -- A salad dressing or creamy sauce made from egg yolks, oil, and vinegar or lemon juice.
  • hesitated -- To pause before you doing something.
  • permission -- To allow something to happen.
  • seriously -- Important and requiring a lot of thought.

Superfudge (Chapters 1-5)

  • moustache -- The hair that grows on a person's upper lip.
  • expert -- Someone who is very skilled at something or knows a lot about a particular subject.
  • emergency -- A sudden and dangerous situation that must be dealt with quickly.
  • carton -- A cardboard or plastic box or container used for holding or shipping goods.
  • disguise -- To hide something.
  • metropolitan -- To do with a large city.
  • somersaults -- A move by the body where you tuck your head into your chest and roll in a complete circle forward or backward.
  • privileges -- A special right or advantage given to a person or a group of people.
  • tousle -- To make something untidy, especially a person's hair.
  • refrigerator -- A cabinet with a very cold interior, used for storing food and drink.

Trapped by the Ice!

  • impassable -- Impossible to travel along or over.
  • danger -- A situation that is not safe.
  • crevasse -- A deep open crack, esp. one in a glacier.
  • grueling -- Extremely tiring and demanding.
  • terrain -- Ground, or land.
  • barren -- To without any vegetation or the like.
  • floes -- A sheet of floating ice.
  • perilous -- Full of danger or risk.
  • stubborn -- Not willing to give in or change; set on having your own way.
  • deserted -- To abandon someone or something.

Yunmi & Halmoni's Trip

  • custom -- A tradition in a culture or society.
  • passport -- An official booklet that proves that you are a citizen of a certain country and allows you to travel abroad.
  • sightseeing -- Traveling to see interesting places.
  • vendor -- A person who sells something.
  • gnaw -- To keep biting on something.
  • naughty -- Badly behaved.
  • foreigners -- A person who is from another country.
  • bustling -- To rush around being busy.
  • pause -- To stop for a short time.
  • skyscrapers -- A very tall building.
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