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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

Math Vocabulary 1

  • 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
  • three-dimension -- measured in three directions, such as length, width, and height
  • 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
  • two-dimension -- 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

Math Vocabulary 2

  • 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
  • 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

Math Vocabulary 3

  • multiplication -- to join equal-sized 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
  • 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, equal-sized 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

Math Vocabulary 4

  • 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
  • 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 dimensions-length 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

state capitals 1

  • Hawaii -- Honolulu
  • Indiana -- Indianapolis
  • Alabama -- Montgomery
  • Arkansas -- Little Rock
  • Connecticut -- Hartford
  • Georgia -- Atlanta
  • Illinois -- Springfield
  • Arizona -- Phoenix
  • Colorado -- Denver
  • Florida -- Tallahassee
  • Idaho -- Boise
  • Iowa -- Des Moines
  • Alaska -- Juneau
  • California -- Sacramento
  • Delaware -- Dover

state capitals 2

  • Nebraska -- Lincoln
  • New Jersey -- Trenton
  • Kentucky -- Frankfort
  • Maryland -- Annapolis
  • Minnesota -- St. Paul
  • Montana -- Helena
  • New Hampshire -- Concord
  • kansas -- Topeka
  • Maine -- Augusta
  • Michigan -- Lansing
  • Missouri -- Jefferson City
  • Nevada -- Carson City
  • Louisiana -- Baton Rouge
  • Massachusetts -- Boston
  • Mississippi -- Jackson

state capitals 3

  • Texas -- Austin
  • North Carolina -- Raleigh
  • Oklahoma -- Oklahoma City
  • Rhode Island -- Providence
  • Tennessee -- Nashville
  • 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

state capitals 4

  • Nebraska -- Lincoln
  • Virginia -- Richmond
  • Wisconsin -- Madison
  • Maryland -- Annapolis
  • Minnesota -- St. Paul
  • Montana -- Helena
  • West Virginia -- Charleston
  • Maine -- Augusta
  • Michigan -- Lansing
  • Missouri -- Jefferson City
  • Nevada -- Carson City
  • Washington -- Olympia
  • Wyoming -- Cheyenne
  • Massachusetts -- Boston
  • Mississippi -- Jackson

Tough Times Tables

  • 9x7= -- 63
  • 9x9= -- 81
  • 7x5= -- 35
  • 8x8= -- 64
  • 4x9= -- 36
  • 6x8= -- 48
  • 7x8= -- 56
  • 8x5= -- 40
  • 7x7= -- 49
  • 4x8= -- 32
  • 8x9= -- 72
  • 9x6= -- 54
  • 7x6= -- 42
  • 6x5= -- 30
  • 6x6= -- 36

vocabulary for literature

  • 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
  • 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 -- make-believe, made up
  • biography -- person writes story of someone else's life
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