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Willingham's Wonders



School:Nolan
Location:Signal Mtn. TN
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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

WW Lesson 1

  • develop --
  • hail --
  • patriot --
  • remark --
  • utter --
  • complete --
  • ease --
  • master --
  • recommend --
  • sufficient --
  • benefit --
  • dismay --
  • lack --
  • project --
  • represent --

WW Lesson 1 - VOC

  • dismay -- to cause feelings of fear, worry, or surprise
  • lack -- to be without
  • project -- a plan or idea for doing something
  • represent -- to stand for or in place of
  • develop -- to go through a process of growth
  • hail -- small lumps of frozen rain ; to greet with admiration
  • patriot -- one who supports and is loyal to his country
  • remark -- v. to say or comment; n. something said, a comment
  • utter -- to make sounds with the voice; to speak
  • complete -- adj. whole; v. to finish
  • ease -- a state of being comfortable
  • master -- adj. having great skill; v. to become skilled at
  • recommend -- to make a statement of praise; to suggest
  • sufficient -- enough to fill a need
  • benefit -- v. to help; n. something that is useful; an event held to raise money

WW- Lesson 2

  • decay --
  • grove --
  • mature --
  • scorch --
  • affect --
  • column --
  • forbid --
  • mammoth --
  • resist --
  • climate --
  • exceed --
  • limb --
  • permit --
  • tower --
  • calculate --

WW-Lesson 2 - VOCAB

  • exceed -- to be more than
  • limb -- an arm, leg, or wing; a large tree branch
  • permit -- to allow; a written notice allowing someone to do something
  • tower -- to stand above or higher than what is around it
  • calculate -- to find an answer by using arithmetic
  • decay -- to rot
  • grove -- a group of trees growing together
  • mature -- fully grown or developed
  • scorch -- to burn slightly
  • affect -- to bring about a change in
  • column -- a row of figures or words running down a page; a tall stone support; a magazine or newspaper article
  • forbid -- to order not to do something
  • mammoth -- very large
  • resist -- to refuse to give in to, to withstand
  • climate -- the average weather conditions of an area

WWLesson 3 Spelling

  • forecast --
  • nestle --
  • reduce --
  • cease --
  • famished --
  • migrate --
  • prepare --
  • venture --
  • burrow --
  • drowsy --
  • hibernate --
  • observe --
  • severe --
  • approach --
  • destructive --

WWLesson 3 Vocab

  • hibernate -- to spend the winter in a resting state
  • observe -- to see or notice; to mark an event or day; to obey
  • severe -- very strict or harsh; hard to bear or deal with
  • approach -- to go closer to; a road or way that leads to a place
  • destructive -- causing harm or damage
  • forecast -- a telling of what will happen
  • nestle -- to settle down comfortably
  • reduce -- to make or become smaller or less
  • cease -- to stop or bring to an end
  • famished -- very hungry
  • migrate -- to move from one country or region to another
  • prepare -- to make or get ready
  • venture -- to dare to do, to go, or say
  • burrow -- to dig a hole; a hole or tunnel dug by an animal
  • drowsy -- tired or sleepy

WWLesson 4

  • impose --
  • paralyze --
  • respond --
  • astound --
  • contract --
  • grace --
  • parallel --
  • recite --
  • active --
  • cherish --
  • expose --
  • modest --
  • pessimist --
  • attend --
  • eager --

WWLesson 4-VOCAB

  • modest -- not thinking too highly of oneself; simple
  • recite -- to say aloud before an audience, usually from memory
  • attend -- to be present at; to pay attention to
  • eager -- wanting very much
  • impose -- to force someone to accept or put up with
  • pessimist -- a person who expects things to turn out badly
  • respond -- to answer
  • astound -- to surprise, amaze
  • contract -- an agreement; to make or become smaller
  • grace -- beauty of form or movement; a short prayer before a meal, or an extra period to do or pay something
  • parallel -- lying in the same direction and always the same distance apart
  • paralyze -- to stop all movement or feeling in; to make helpless or powerless
  • active -- moving a lot; taking part
  • cherish -- to cling to an idea or feeling; to love
  • expose -- to make known; to leave unprotected

WWLesson 5

  • quaint --
  • revise --
  • abrupt --
  • contempt --
  • mock --
  • phase --
  • reject --
  • attempt --
  • glimpse --
  • persuade --
  • recall --
  • sensitive --
  • achieve --
  • entertain --
  • persist --

WWLesson 5- Vocab

  • recall -- to remember; to call or take back
  • sensitive -- quick to notice or feel.
  • achieve -- to do what one sets out to do
  • entertain -- to interest and amuse; to have guests
  • persist -- to keep on doing or trying
  • quaint -- odd or unusual in a pleasing or old-fashioned way
  • revise -- to go over carefully in order to correct or improve
  • abrupt -- happening suddenly, without warning
  • contempt -- a feeling that someone or something is bad or unworthy
  • mock -- to make fun of; not real, pretended
  • phase -- a stage in a series of changes
  • reject -- to refuse to accept or use
  • attempt -- to try, to make an effort; a try
  • glimpse -- to get a quick look at
  • persuade -- to win someone over by arguing or asking
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