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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.


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!


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


  • invent -- to make something for the first time that is unique (one of a kind)
  • strand -- 1) on of the threads that are twisted together to make string, yarn, or rope, 2) to leave in a difficult or helpless position.
  • blast -- 1) a strong wind or movement of air
  • blast -- 4) is to go up in the air or into space
  • inventor -- a person who thinks up or makes something for the first time
  • story -- 1) a report of something that happened, 2) a tale that is made up, 3) the space or rooms that make up one level of a building.
  • aloft -- high in the air
  • blast -- 3) something is to blow up
  • girder -- is a large, strong piece of metal or wood. It is used to support bridges or parts of buildings.
  • rotate -- 1) to turn in a circle around a center, 2) to take turns in a certain order
  • tower -- 1) is a building or a part of a building that is taller than it is wide, 2) to rise high in the air
  • aboard -- in or on a ship, train, or airplane
  • blast -- 2) a loud noise
  • cautious -- to be careful in order to avoid mistakes, trouble, or danger


  • besides -- in additio to or also
  • diameter -- the distance from side to side and through the center of a circle or a round object
  • reflect -- 1) to turn or throw something back, 2) to think carefully about something
  • astronomer -- a person who studies the sun, planets, stars, and other objects in space
  • degree -- 1) a unit for measuring temperature, 2) a stage or step in a series that one goes through
  • gravity -- 1) the force on our planet that pulls things toward the center of the earth, 2) the condition of being serious.
  • universe -- is all of space and all of the objects in space
  • crater -- a round hole in the shape of a bowl
  • gaze -- to look steadily at something for a long time
  • telescope -- an object that makes distant things seem closer and larger


  • aware -- to know or to learn about something
  • fang -- a long pointed tooth
  • journey -- a trip from one place to another often made over a great distance
  • atlas -- a book of maps
  • equator -- an imaginary line around the middle of the earth, equal distance from the North and South Poles
  • hoof -- the hard tough covering on the foot of an animal such as a horse, a cow, or a deer
  • rare -- 1) not seen or happening very often, 2) meat that is cooked very little
  • boar -- an adult male pig
  • fierce -- 1) wild and likely to attack, 2) very strong and violent
  • local -- 1) having to do with a particular place, 2) making all the stops along a train line


  • sculpture -- a work of art made by shaping wood, stone, or other material into a certain form
  • arch -- a curved piece of wood, stone, or metal over an open space. It supports the weight above it
  • collapse -- 1) to fall down suddently or to cave in, 2) to fold together
  • outline -- 1) a line showing the outside edge of an object or figure, 2) short list or plan that gives the main ideas of a longer report
  • utensil -- a tool or container that is used for a special purpose
  • award -- something given for doing well
  • excess -- more than is needed or allowed
  • spade -- a tool for digging. It often has a long handle fastened to a flat metal blade
  • attention -- thinking, listening, or watching carefully
  • demolish -- to destroy or tear it down


  • bustle -- busy and noisy movement; to move around in a busy, excited way
  • empire -- a number of countries or areas under the control of a single ruler or government
  • scholar -- a person who has studied a subject and knows a great deal about it
  • zig zag -- 1) a line that angles as it changes, 2) to change direction at an angle by moving from side to side
  • connect -- to joinor bring together
  • peak -- any pointed top - like the top of a mountain
  • vehicle -- anything on wheels or runners used to carry people or things from place to place
  • channel -- 1) the bed or path of a river or stream, 2) a groove or cut that allows water to pass through it, 3) a body of water joining two larger bodies of water, 4) a way to carry an electrical message to a te
  • mention -- to speak of it without going into a lot of detail
  • settle -- 1) to come to rest, 2) to decide about some problem, 3) to live in a place and make it one's home
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