School:Dubbo Christian School
Location:Dubbo NSWAustralia

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.


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!

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Word Scramble - Words Only

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Word Scramble - Problems and Definitions

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List Content

ai ay words

  • waist -- the middle part of your body, just above your hips
  • pray -- to talk to God
  • praise -- to say that you think something or someone is very good
  • complain -- to tell someone about all the things you don't like
  • make -- to bring something into being or make something
  • clay -- thick sticky mud
  • brake -- the part of a car or bike which stops or slows it down
  • stray -- (noun) an animal that is lost; (verb) to wander away
  • scrape -- to rub with something hard or sharp to get something off
  • main -- most important or biggest thing
  • rainbow -- the curved line of colours in the sky after rain
  • remain -- to stay somewhere
  • railway -- train tracks for trains
  • entertain -- to amuse and interest someone
  • pay -- to give money to someone when they give you something in return

air words

  • pair -- two things of the same kind that go together
  • dairy -- a place on a farm where you milk cows
  • hairdresser -- someone who cuts or colours hair
  • fairy -- tiny person in stories who can do magical things
  • hair -- covering of hair or fur on animals or people
  • chair -- a seat with a back for one person to sit on
  • repair -- to make something work as well as it did when it was new
  • lair -- a wild beast's den
  • air -- what you breathe
  • stairs -- a number of steps leading from one level of the house to another
  • airport -- a large flat place where planes land and take off
  • fair -- according to rules; light in colour; travelling show

ch can sound like k

  • ache -- a pain that lasts a long time
  • anchor -- something heavy tied to a boat which stops the boat floating away
  • character -- someone in a story
  • monarch -- a king or a queen
  • chorus -- the words that are repeated after the verses of songs
  • echidna -- a small Australian animal which is covered in spines and eats ants
  • mechanic -- a person who repairs machines
  • christian -- someone who believes in Jesus
  • school -- the place where children go to learn
  • choir -- a group of people who sing together
  • echo -- a sound that has bounced back at you after you made it
  • orchid -- a tropical flower
  • christen -- to give a name to somebody
  • architect -- someone whose job is to plan buildings
  • chemist -- a shop where medicines are made and sold

ck words

  • cockatoo -- a parrot with a crest
  • crack -- the line that you see when something has a split in it
  • flock -- a group of birds, sheep or goats
  • struck -- 1.past tense of strike - hit 2. found
  • trickle -- to flow in a small stream
  • brick -- a hard block of baked clay used for building
  • jackeroo -- someone who is learning to work on a cattle or sheep station
  • freckle -- a small brown spot on your skin from being in the sun
  • hockey -- a game played with a ball and curved sticks
  • limerick -- a five lined nonsense poem
  • back -- the part of your body from the back of your neck to your bottom
  • deck -- the floor of a ship
  • speck -- a very small spot or bit of something
  • smock -- an overall like a long shirt


  • 7+7 -- 14
  • 10+10 -- 20
  • 5+5 -- 10
  • 14+14 -- 28
  • 6+6 -- 12
  • 9+9 -- 18
  • 12+12 -- 24
  • 13+13 -- 26
  • 8+8 -- 16
  • 11+11 -- 22
  • 4+4 -- 8
  • 15+15 -- 30

ee ea words

  • steep -- something is steep if it rises upwards and is hard to climb
  • scream -- the loud cry you make when you are frightened or in pain
  • preach -- to give a message from God
  • disease -- a sickness which a living thing can get
  • seat -- something such as a chair for people to sit on
  • teenager -- someone who is older than twelve and younger than twenty
  • beast -- an animal with four legs
  • breeze -- a light or gentle wind
  • squeak -- to make a small high pitched cry
  • see -- to use your eyes to take information to your mind
  • please -- to make someone happy or content
  • sneeze -- to make a sudden noise when something tickles your nose
  • street -- a road with buildings along one or both sides
  • breathe -- to take a breath
  • cream -- smooth food made from milk

ie sound igh i-e and y

  • midnight -- twelve o'clock in the middle of the night
  • lightning -- a bright flash of light in the sky in a storm, followed by thunder
  • fly -- to move through the air
  • tie -- to fix something in place with a knot or bow
  • lie -- to say something that you know is not true
  • reply -- to give an answer to someone
  • side -- one of the edges or lines on the outside of something
  • bright -- something which shines or gives off light
  • delight -- to please someone very much
  • multiply -- to make groups of a number to find out how many
  • sight -- you are able to see things
  • die -- to stop living

oa ow o-e words

  • suppose -- to think something is true although you don't really know
  • throat -- the front of your neck, under your chin
  • home -- the place where you live or the place you were born
  • toast -- bread cooked on both sides until it is brown
  • float -- to rest gently on top of the water
  • yellow -- the bright colour of butter or lemons
  • smoke -- the cloud of gas and ash that floats up when something burns
  • stone -- the very hard thing that rocks are made of
  • slope -- to be higher at one end than at the other
  • follow -- to come along after someone or something
  • vote -- to say which person or plan you want to choose
  • tomorrow -- the day after today
  • foal -- a young horse
  • snow -- rain drops which freeze and fall as tiny flakes
  • throne -- the special chair that a king or queen sits on sometimes

soft g words meanings

  • engine -- a machine which uses petrol, oil, steam or electricity to move something
  • giraffe -- an African animal with spots on its skin, long legs and a very long neck
  • gem -- a beautiful stone you use to make jewellery
  • giant -- very very large person or thing
  • orange -- round juicy fruit; a reddish gold colour
  • gentle -- kind or calm
  • energy -- the power to be strong or active
  • page -- a sheet of paper in a book, magazine, newspaper or notepad
  • danger -- something that could hurt you
  • vegetable -- part of some plants that is used as food
  • change -- to make something different; to become different; money you get back
  • gypsy -- one of a group of people who wander about from place to place
  • stage -- platform in a theatre where the actors or perfomers stand
  • magic -- the power to do tricks or things that no one can explain
  • large -- big

T1 W1 Soft g words

  • gentle --
  • change --
  • giraffe --
  • danger --
  • vegetable --
  • ginger --
  • energy --
  • stage --
  • magic --
  • large --
  • engine --
  • gypsy --
  • energetic --
  • giant --
  • orange --

ue ew words

  • avenue -- a walk bordered by trees
  • virtue -- goodness
  • fuse -- the twisted threads you light to set off anything that explodes
  • ewe -- a female sheep
  • true -- something that really happened
  • confuse -- to mix up in the mind
  • few -- not many
  • huge -- very big
  • queue -- a line of people or cars
  • glue -- a thick paste you use to stick things together
  • deluge -- a great flood
  • barbecue -- an outdoor cooked meal
  • due -- something that is expected to arrive, or be back
  • useful -- something you can use
  • rescue -- to save someone from the danger they are in

Year 2 ou as in u words

  • enough -- as much or as many as needed or wanted
  • double -- twice as big or twice as many
  • cousin -- a child or your uncle or aunt
  • encourage -- to cheer someone on by giving them your support
  • young -- a person or an animal is young if they are not very old
  • country -- the land outside a town or city or land that has its own government
  • rough -- not smooth; wild
  • touch -- to feel something with your hand or finger
  • trouble -- to make you worried or cause you a problem
  • couple -- two people who belong together; two things

Yr 2 List 9 wa words

  • wallet -- a small flat bag for keeping paper money
  • wattle -- a shrub with fluffy, round, yellow flowers that grows in Australia
  • wander -- to move about without wanting to go anywhere in a hurry
  • want -- to feel that you would like something
  • swallow -- to make something go down your throat
  • washed -- past tense of washed - making something clean
  • wallaby -- an Australian animal that is like a kangroo
  • waratah -- an Australian shrub that has big red flowers
  • wash -- to make something clean using water and sometimes soap
  • watch -- to look at something; a small clock that you wear on your wrist
  • wand -- a thin stick for making magic
  • swamp -- an area of wet soft ground
  • wasp -- an insect with wings that can sting you
  • swan -- a large bird with a long neck that lives near water
  • swap -- to give one thing and get one in return
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