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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

1.2-Literacy by design

  • defeat -- To win victory over.
  • assemble -- To gather together.
  • taxes -- Money paid by the people to support the government.
  • conquer -- To win a war or overcome someone or something.
  • union -- When people join together.

10.1

  • ascend -- To go up or climb.
  • migration -- The movement of people or animals from one location to another.
  • pioneer -- A person who opens the way for others to follow.
  • desolate -- A place that is empty and bare. It can also mean lonely and sad.
  • expansion -- The action of becoming larger or spreading out.

10.2

  • existence -- Away of life.
  • homestead -- The house or buildings and land where a family lives.
  • barter -- To trade goods and services for other goods and services.
  • locomotive -- The engine that pulls or pushes railroad cars.
  • inspect -- To look at carefully.

11.1

  • force -- A power.
  • resist -- To hold off or refuse to give in.
  • comical -- Something that is funny.
  • gravity -- The natural force that draws objects toward the center of the Earth.
  • force -- A group of people working together.
  • waver -- To show doubt or uncertainty.

2.1-Literacy by design

  • independent -- A country that is not ruled or governed by another country.
  • document -- Anything printed or written that contains information or that can be used as proof of something.
  • declaration -- An official statement.
  • patriotism -- When you show love and loyal support for your country.
  • version -- A different form of something.

2.2

  • Convention -- A meeting called for a specific purpose.
  • Allegiance -- To have faith and loyalty.
  • Confidence -- When people firmly believe in something or someone.
  • Nation -- A group of people living in the same country under the same government.
  • Proclaim -- To announce officially.

3.1 Literacy by Design

  • Reassured -- To make someone feel confident or confirm something is all right.
  • Connect -- Join or fasten together.
  • Transfer -- To move something from one place to another.
  • Ingredients -- The parts of a mixture
  • Radiation -- The process of giving off heat or energy in the form of invisible rays or waves.

3.2

  • Conduction -- Transfer of heat through a material.
  • Molecules -- The smallest particles into which a substance can be divided without changing it into a different substance.
  • Scientific -- Using facts and laws of science.
  • Chemical -- How the basic elements of matter behave.
  • Convection -- Transfer of heat through air or liquid.

4.2

  • broadcast -- To send a t.v. or radio program over the airwaves.
  • harmony -- When different tunes in a song go together well.
  • experiment -- To try something to see if it works.
  • melody -- The main tune of a song.
  • improvise -- To make up as you go along.

4.2-Literacy by Design

  • Pitch -- How high or low a sound is.
  • Length -- How long something is.
  • Vibration -- A rapid back-and-forth movement.
  • Instrument -- A device for producing sounds.
  • Concentrate -- To pay close attention to something.

5.1

  • amendment -- A change or addition to a bill or law.
  • battle -- A hard struggle between two opposing sides or views.
  • huddled -- When people are crowded close together.
  • Constitution -- A legal document that sets forth the basic structure and power of the U.S. government and the rights of individual citizens.
  • tracing -- Following the outline or path of something.
  • amendment -- A change or addition to a bill or law.
  • battle -- A hard struggle between two opposing sides or views.
  • huddled -- When people are crowded close together.
  • Constitution -- The legal document that sets forth the basic structure and power of the U.S. government and the rights of individual citizens.
  • tracing -- To follow the path or outline of something.

5.2

  • articles -- A section of a document.
  • preamble -- An introduction.
  • inform -- To give facts.
  • bill -- A draft of a proposed law.
  • draft -- To sketch or plan.

6.1

  • appoint -- To choose or name someone for an office or position.
  • democracy -- A government in which people elect other people to make laws.
  • Congress -- The group of people in the U.S. government who are elected to make laws.
  • legislative -- To do with making laws.
  • enforce -- To make sure people obey the laws.

6.2

  • nominate -- To name someone as a candidate for a position.
  • judicial -- To do with judges and courts of law.
  • elect -- To choose someone for an office by voting.
  • executive -- To see that the laws of the nation are carried out.
  • conclude -- To form an opinion about something.

7.1

  • plankton -- Tiny plants and animals that live in the ocean and serve as food for many sea creatures.
  • dolphin -- A highly intelligent sea mammal that is related to a whale.
  • unique -- Something that is one of a kind, rare, or uncommon.
  • inhabit -- To live in a place.
  • marine -- An animal that lives in the sea.

7.2

  • section -- A part of something.
  • competition -- A struggle among plants and animals for food, water, and living space.
  • attach -- To connect one thing to another.
  • chlorophyll -- A substance found in plants that enables them to produce energy from sunlight.
  • cartilage -- A hard material that forms parts of a skeleton in animals.

8.1

  • camouflage -- A covering, such as skin color or patterns, that helps something blend in with its surroundings.
  • niche -- The specific place in which a plant or animal lives.
  • conserve -- To not waste.
  • environment -- The surroundings of a living thing.
  • transparent -- Something that your are able to see through.

8.1--

  • environment -- The surroundings of a living thing.
  • transparent -- To see through.
  • camouflage -- A covering, such as skin color or patterns, that helps something blend in with its surroundings.
  • niche -- The specific place in which a plant or animal lives.
  • conserve -- To not waste.

8.2

  • dependent -- To rely on someone or something for what you need.
  • beneath -- Something that is under you.
  • endangered -- A plant or animal that is in danger or disappearing from existence.
  • depth -- The distance from top to bottom or front to back.
  • scavenge -- To search for something useful.

9.1

  • escape -- To get away from a place or a danger.
  • commence -- To begin something.
  • compass -- An instrument for showing direction.
  • colonization -- The process of setting up a colony, or settlement, in an area.
  • commotion -- A noisy rushing about or disturbance.

9.2

  • companion -- Someone who goes along with you or spends time with you.
  • caravan -- A group of people traveling together.
  • contributions -- To give something to a group or individual.
  • atlas -- A book of maps.
  • flee -- To get away from something as quickly as possible.

Theme 1.1

  • conflict -- A disagreement or argument, sometimes between nations.
  • splintered -- Something that is broken into small pieces.
  • military -- Anything that invloves armed forces , such as the army or navy.
  • revolution -- When people overthrow a government to replace it with another government.
  • representatives -- People who speak for, or represent, other people.
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