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Ms. De Mers



School:Bayou Vista Elementary
Location:Bayou Vista LA
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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

2nd Gd Spelling L 29

  • sleigh --
  • eight --
  • neighbor --
  • break --
  • steak --
  • great --
  • weigh --
  • they --
  • obey --
  • prey --

2nd gd spelling L 30

  • steak --
  • took --
  • caught --
  • chalk --
  • great --
  • draw --
  • all --
  • neighbor --
  • should --
  • fought --

2nd gd Storytown L. 27

  • accent -- if people can tell where you are from by the way you speak.
  • accolade -- when you get a special award or praise for something.
  • aspire -- you try very hard to do something.
  • create -- you use your imagination to make something new.
  • native -- if you were born in a certain place.
  • beyond -- something is farther away than something else.

2nd Gd. Spelling L 28

  • thought --
  • talk --
  • bought --
  • small --
  • ball --
  • hall --
  • chalk --
  • fall --
  • fought --
  • all --

2nd gd. Storytown L 29

  • scampering -- Running in a playful way.
  • budge -- To move something just a little.
  • chilly -- If it feels cool or cold.
  • peered -- You looked closely at something.
  • majestic -- Something that seems as important and grand as a king or queen.
  • squatted -- If you crouched or sat on the ground, you did this.
  • extravaganza -- Amazing entertainment.
  • discovery -- When you learn something or find something for the first time.
  • entire -- All of something.
  • bizarre -- When something is very strange.

2nd gd. Storytown L 30

  • impressive -- To think that something is very, very good.
  • enthusiast -- Someone who really enjoys doing or watching an activity is this.
  • delay -- To keep something from happening as soon as it should
  • historical -- Part of history.
  • zoom -- When something can move really fast, like a race car, that thing can do this.
  • itinerary -- A plan that ells about what, when, and where you will do something or go somewhere.
  • spare -- To have extra of something that you do not need.
  • upbeat -- If you are this, you are cheerful.
  • inexplicable -- When something can't be explained.
  • fantastic -- Something that is wonderful.

2nd grade spelling 27

  • draw --
  • lawn --
  • caught --
  • fault --
  • crawl --
  • paw --
  • claw --
  • haul --
  • sauce --
  • saw --

3rd Gd. Spelling L 27

  • neon --
  • radio --
  • fluid --
  • stereo --
  • idea --
  • area --
  • piano --
  • loyal --
  • create --
  • dial --
  • science --
  • quiet --
  • video --
  • pliers --
  • lion --

3rd Gd. Spelling L 28

  • endless --
  • useless --
  • helpless --
  • dangerous --
  • doable --
  • various --
  • nervous --
  • washable --
  • valuable --
  • careless --
  • reliable --
  • flexible --
  • terrible --
  • powerless --
  • famous --

3rd gd. spelling L29

  • overflow --
  • overhead --
  • nonfat --
  • nonstop --
  • biweekly --
  • oversee --
  • overcoat --
  • biplane --
  • bicycle --
  • overlook --
  • nonsense --
  • nonfiction --
  • overdone --
  • overnight --
  • overdue --

3rd grade Reading L 27

  • elaborate -- Something that is decorated with many details
  • shallow -- Not very deep.
  • spiral -- A shape which curls around and around in a circle.
  • task -- A job that needs to be done.
  • prey -- An animal that is hunted for food.
  • social -- One that lives in a group with others of the same kind.
  • justice -- To treat others fairly.
  • inventive -- Someone who creates or solves something in a new way.
  • strands -- Long, thin pieces of something.
  • reels -- to pull something in by winding up a line attached to it.

3rd Grade Reading L 28

  • expland -- To get bigger.
  • deliberation -- Thought and discussion that comes before a decision.
  • sprinkled -- When tiny pieces or drops of something scatter all over something.
  • thorough -- To do a careful and complete job.
  • erupt -- To break out of something that holds it.

4th Theme 1 Lesson 1

  • averted -- to look away from something instead of directly at it
  • stern -- when someone is very serious and strict
  • cringed -- to have moved or flinched slightly because of discomfort or fear
  • interrogation -- a long period of intense questioning to get information from someone
  • solemnly -- to say something in a very serious way
  • fury -- extremely strong anger
  • accusing -- to show that you think he or she has done something wrong
  • craned -- to have stretched your neck to see or hear something better

4th gd spelling L 29

  • mistakenly --
  • unlikely --
  • inaccurately --
  • repayment --
  • disappearance --
  • refreshment --
  • remarkable --
  • diagreement --
  • irreversible --
  • impatiently --
  • unnaturally --
  • nonrefundable --
  • unpleasantly --
  • incorrectly --
  • unhappily --

4th gd spelling Lesson 10

  • college --
  • jersey --
  • ruffle --
  • soccer --
  • classic --
  • service --
  • problem --
  • handle --
  • fable --
  • hollow --
  • accent --
  • mother --
  • castle --
  • icicle --
  • appear --

4th gd Storytown L 29

  • coddled -- To treat someone or something too kindly or protected too much.
  • memorable -- Something that is worth remembering.
  • dainty -- Something small and delicate.
  • endured -- Using personal strength to survive hardships.
  • determined -- To do everything possible to try to accomplish a task.
  • pitiful -- Something so sad and weak that people feel sorry for it.
  • dedicated -- Devoting yourself to a specific purpose.

4th gd. Lesson 27

  • embedded -- to be stuck in something very deeply.
  • ancient -- something that is very old.
  • glistens -- to shine and sparkle
  • sentries -- someone, usually military, that stands guard at a fort or camp.
  • cascading -- to rapidly overflow.
  • distant -- something that is far away.

4th gd. spell T 1 L2 A

  • aim --
  • crayon --
  • season --
  • gape --
  • fluke --
  • heel --
  • chief --
  • brain --
  • cheese --
  • boast --

4th gd. Spelling T1 L1

  • tread --
  • gram --
  • spend --
  • check --
  • brand --
  • broad --
  • else --
  • dread --
  • plot --
  • pact --
  • crop --
  • film --
  • gum --
  • past --
  • brick --

4th gd. spelling Less. 11

  • paper --
  • rival --
  • begin --
  • legal --
  • motive --
  • mimic --
  • raven --
  • bonus --
  • moment --
  • suburb --
  • pilot --
  • relish --
  • vanish --
  • event --
  • native --

4th gd. spelling less. 12

  • unpleasant --
  • nonprofit --
  • restart --
  • nontoxic --
  • replace --
  • unannounced --
  • unfit --
  • reuse --
  • recall --
  • resend --
  • unstuck --
  • unchain --
  • nonmetal --
  • retell --
  • uncork --

4th gd. spelling Less. 13

  • darkness --
  • excitement --
  • printable --
  • durable --
  • responsible --
  • silliness --
  • requirement --
  • removable --
  • comfortable --
  • invisible --
  • tidiness --
  • government --
  • likable --
  • adorable --
  • usable --

4th Gd. Storytown L 30

  • discern -- To be aware of certain things and are able to tell differences between them.
  • frantically -- To behave in a wild, energetic way.
  • abruptly -- To do something very suddenly.
  • verify -- To check to make sure that it is true by using careful research
  • descend -- When you do this you move downward.
  • vicinity -- Something that is nearby.
  • distinguished -- A person that stands out from others in a joy or field of work.
  • dubious -- To feel doubtful or unsure about something.
  • estimate -- To carefully guess about how many things there are in something.
  • scrutinize -- To examine something very carefully to find out some information about it.

4th gd. Voc. Lesson 12

  • eruption -- when something bursts through a surface
  • revealed -- something hidden can now be seen
  • immediate -- something that happens right away
  • gradually -- something that happens over time
  • constant -- to hapen without stopping
  • depths -- somethings deepest parts
  • contract -- to get smaller by shrinking

4th grade Storytown L28

  • behemoth -- Something extremely large.
  • fanciful -- No real but comes from the imagination.
  • illusion -- Something that is not really what it appers to be.
  • hearty -- A meal that is satisfying and includes plenty of good food.
  • colossal -- Somthing that is HUGE.
  • cordially -- To say something in a warm, friendly way.
  • scenic -- A place that has lovely natural features, such as trees, cliffs, or bodies of water.

4th grade voc. lesson 10

  • solitary -- alone
  • exuberant -- full of excitement, energy, and happiness
  • encircle -- to surround something
  • pliable -- easy to move or bend without breaking
  • vulnerable -- weak and unprotected and at risk of being harmed
  • lumbers -- to move in a slow and clumsy way
  • comprehend -- to understand something
  • scan -- to look carefully over the entire area for something specific
  • mature -- fully grown and behaves as an adult
  • nurture -- to care for something while it is growing and developing

4thgd. Spell T1 L2 B

  • rose --
  • woke --
  • rainbow --
  • throw --
  • goal --
  • cube --
  • eagle --
  • student --
  • ripen --
  • scrape --

5th gd. Storytown L. 27

  • distant -- far away in space or time
  • weary -- tired
  • ancient -- very old
  • glistens -- shines brightly
  • embedded -- set or fixed firmly
  • cascading -- dropping like a steep waterfall
  • sentries -- soldiers posted as guards
  • eroding -- formed by wearing away

Gd. 4 voc. Lesson 11

  • traits -- particular qualities or characteristics of a person or thing
  • mimic -- to try to act or look exactly likea certain person or thing
  • deceptive -- to try to make you believe something is not true
  • predators -- animals that kill and eat other animals
  • avoid -- to keep away
  • resembles -- when one thing or person looks similar to the other
  • lure -- to make you want to do something, even if you will get into trouble
  • obvious -- something that is so easily seen or understood that o one has to explain it

Storytown 2nd Gd. L. 28

  • identify -- to figure out what something is.
  • last -- To be able to use something for a long time.
  • separated -- Sorted into groups
  • halfheartedly -- to do something without much interest.
  • rare -- Something not found or seen very often.
  • settled -- It moved slowly until it came to rest.
  • absolutely -- If you definitely have to do it.
  • durable -- Something that lasts a long time.
  • common -- A lot of something or it happens often.
  • collection -- To have a group of things that are kept together.
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