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School:  Carolyn Park Middle 
Location:  Slidell LA 
Comments:  Fun while learning! 





   Stingray ChaserFree 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.  


    PinballVocabulary 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 FindPlay the classic Word Search and find game.  


    Word Scramble  Words OnlySolve 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 DefinitionsSolve the scrambled words by moving the tiles around. Use the vocabulary definition or math answers to provide you the hint you need!  


    HangmanPlay 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
Math Vocabulary 1  algebra  use of a variable symbol to stand for an unknown quantity
 estimate  round
 standard form  way to write a number using only digits
 difference  answer to a subtraction problem
 twodimension  measured in two directions, such as length and width
 expression  number sentence
 horizontal  going right and left
 sum  answer to an addition problem
 quotient  answer to a division problem
 average  the mean, found by adding all numbers in a set, then dividing by how many numbers were in that set
 digit  one of the symbols 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9
 vertical  going up and down
 expanded form  number written as the sum of the place value of its digits
 product  answer to a multiplication problem
 threedimension  measured in three directions, such as length, width, and height
Math Vocabulary 2  median  the middle number in an ordered set of data
 about  round
 factor  a number that is multiplied times another number
 plot data  to show number values from data on a graph
 scale interval  the difference between any two consecutive numbers on a graph scale
 mean  the average, found by adding all numbers in a set, then dividing by how many numbers were in that set
 range  the highest number in a set of data minus the smallest number in that set
 compare  to describe whether numbers are less than, greater than, or equal to each other
 compositenumber  a whole number that has more than two factors
 scale  numbers placed at equal distances on the side of a graph, to help label the graph
 mode  the number or numbers that occur most often in a set of data
 equation  number sentence
 prime number  a whole number greater than 1 that has only two factors: 1 and itself
 data  a collection of math information, usually in the form of numbers
 data trend  the pattern of increase or decrease on a graph
Math Vocabulary 3  inverse  opposite actions that undo each other, such as add/subtract or multiply/divide
 variable  symbol, usually an alphabet letter, that is used to stand for an unknown amount in an algebra equation
 increase  to make or become greater in amount or larger in size
 median  the middle number in an ordered set of data
 obtuse angle  more than 90°, greater than a right angle
 division  to split an amount out into smaller, equalsized groups
 denominator  bottom number of a fraction
 elapsed time  amount of time that has passed between a starting time and an ending time
 mean  the average, found by adding all numbers in a set, then dividing by how many numbers were in that set
 acute angle  less than 90°, smaller than a right angle
 multiplication  to join equalsized groups together in one total
 numerator  top number of a fraction
 evaluate  solve for the answer to a number expression
 decrease  to make or become less in amount or smaller in size
 mode  the number or numbers that occur most often in a set of data
Math Vocabulary 4  scalene  triangle with no sides the same length
 pyramid  solid figure with one polygon base, and all sides are triangles that meet at a common vertex
 edge  line segment where two faces of a solid figure meet
 plane figure  having only two dimensionslength and width
 pentagon  a polygon with five sides
 equilateral  all sides equal
 vertex  meeting point of two rays, two sides of a polygon, or three or more edges of a solid figure
 similar  same shape but may be different size
 octagon  polygon with eight sides
 quadrilateral  a polygon with four sides
 isosceles  triangle with only two sides having the same length
 prism  solid figure with two congruent polygon bases, and all sides are rectangles
 congruent  same size and shape
 hexagon  polygon with six sides
 polygon  a closed, plane figure having 3 or more straight sides
state capitals 1  Illinois  Springfield
 Arizona  Phoenix
 Colorado  Denver
 Florida  Tallahassee
 Idaho  Boise
 Iowa  Des Moines
 Alaska  Juneau
 California  Sacramento
 Delaware  Dover
 Hawaii  Honolulu
 Indiana  Indianapolis
 Alabama  Montgomery
 Arkansas  Little Rock
 Connecticut  Hartford
 Georgia  Atlanta
state capitals 2  New Hampshire  Concord
 kansas  Topeka
 Maine  Augusta
 Michigan  Lansing
 Missouri  Jefferson City
 Nevada  Carson City
 Louisiana  Baton Rouge
 Massachusetts  Boston
 Mississippi  Jackson
 Nebraska  Lincoln
 New Jersey  Trenton
 Kentucky  Frankfort
 Maryland  Annapolis
 Minnesota  St. Paul
 Montana  Helena
state capitals 3  Vermont  Montpelier
 New York  Albany
 Ohio  Columbus
 Pennsylvania  Harrisburg
 South Dakota  Pierre
 Utah  Salt Lake City
 New Mexico  Santa Fe
 North Dakota  Bismarck
 Oreon  Salem
 South Carolina  Columbia
 Texas  Austin
 North Carolina  Raleigh
 Oklahoma  Oklahoma City
 Rhode Island  Providence
 Tennessee  Nashville
state capitals 4  West Virginia  Charleston
 Maine  Augusta
 Michigan  Lansing
 Missouri  Jefferson City
 Nevada  Carson City
 Washington  Olympia
 Wyoming  Cheyenne
 Massachusetts  Boston
 Mississippi  Jackson
 Nebraska  Lincoln
 Virginia  Richmond
 Wisconsin  Madison
 Maryland  Annapolis
 Minnesota  St. Paul
 Montana  Helena
Tough Times Tables  7x8=  56
 8x5=  40
 7x7=  49
 4x8=  32
 8x9=  72
 9x6=  54
 7x6=  42
 6x5=  30
 6x6=  36
 9x7=  63
 9x9=  81
 7x5=  35
 8x8=  64
 4x9=  36
 6x8=  48
vocabulary for literature  realistic ficti  story is made up, but could happen in the real world
 illustrator  artist who created the pictures for the story
 nonfiction  true events, really happened
 fairy tale  nonfiction containing magic or impossible happenings
 poetry  words have a "beat" or rhythm, may rhyme
 author  person who wrote the story
 fiction  makebelieve, made up
 biography  person writes story of someone else's life
 folktale  story handed down through generations, used to explain traditions
 art media  materials used to make the illustrations
 genre  type of story
 autobiography  person writes story of his/her own life
 fable  nonfiction that teaches a lesson for leading a better life










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