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Mrs. Jody's Class



School:HomeSchool
Location:Home
Comments:Practice Time



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

3rd Grade Health bones

  • scapula -- shoulder blade
  • vertebrae -- backbone
  • clavicle -- collar bone
  • patella -- knee cap
  • skull -- protects the head
  • ribs -- protect important organs
  • femur -- thigh bone
  • phalanges -- finger and toe bones
  • humerus -- upper-arm bone
  • pelvis -- hipbone
  • sternum -- breastbone

3rd Grade Spelling L 13

  • slippery --
  • assure --
  • bacteria --
  • certain --
  • purchase --
  • pause --
  • camouflage --
  • hibernate --
  • thread --
  • accurate --
  • ourselves --
  • bouquet --
  • hummingbird --
  • tomorrow --
  • valuable --

3rd Grade Spelling L 14

  • usually --
  • chocolate --
  • righteous --
  • toothpaste --
  • piano --
  • earnest --
  • nachos --
  • hamburger --
  • gasoline --
  • splurge --
  • advantage --
  • Scripture --
  • sundae --
  • knife --
  • necessary --

3rd Grade Spelling L 16

  • antonym --
  • chief --
  • belongings --
  • influence --
  • towels --
  • homonym --
  • certificate --
  • hungry --
  • toughest --
  • anticipate --
  • couple --
  • synonym --
  • moisture --
  • crocodile --
  • demonstrate --

3rd Grade Spelling L 17

  • icicle --
  • purpose --
  • package --
  • demolish --
  • wonderful --
  • permission --
  • except --
  • penguin --
  • punctual --
  • cocoa --
  • tighten --
  • forgotten --
  • blizzard --
  • exaggerate --
  • oyster --

3rd Grade Spelling List 5

  • decision --
  • frail --
  • product --
  • eighteen --
  • pledge --
  • product --
  • fifty --
  • surprise --
  • break --
  • miscellaneous --
  • smooth --
  • answer --
  • miscellaneous --
  • answer --
  • multiplication --
  • drowsy --
  • problem --
  • factor --
  • fifty --
  • pledge --
  • factor --

3rd Grade Spelling List 6

  • sketch --
  • feather --
  • award --
  • brisk --
  • quotient --
  • flavor --
  • grateful --
  • dividend --
  • divisor --
  • shadow --
  • future --
  • practice --
  • castle --
  • appear --
  • minimum --

History 3 Daniel Boone

  • pioneer -- a person who travels into an unknown land to settle there
  • Cherokees -- the tribe of Indians that sold Kentucky in 1775
  • Boonesborough -- the settlement in Kentucky named after Daniel Boone
  • Rebecca Boone -- first white woman to live in Kentucky
  • North Carolina -- the state that Daniel Boone's family moved to in the Yadkin Valley
  • Indian raid -- a surprise Indian attack
  • Daniel Boone -- the pioneer who explored Kentucky and marked the Wilderness Road
  • Kentucky -- the wilderness which Daniel Boone explored and helped to settle
  • Tick-Licker -- the name of Daniel Boone's gun
  • buck -- a male deer
  • wilderness -- an unsettled land
  • frontier -- a piece of settled land that lies next to a wilderness
  • Henderson -- the Colonel who bought Kentucky from the Cherokee Indians
  • Wilderness Road -- the name of the trail that Daniel Boone and his men blazed to Kentucky
  • rainstorm -- saved fort at Boonesborough from being burned by the Indians

History 3 T. Jefferson

  • Monticello -- Thomas Jefferson's home in Charlottesville, Virginia
  • Ben Franklin -- went to France during the War for Independence
  • Jefferson -- author of the Declaration of Independence and third president of the U.S.
  • William Penn -- planned "city of brotherly love"
  • writing desk -- Thomas Jefferson designed this so he could takes notes anywhere
  • architect -- a person who draws plans to build buildings
  • July Fourth -- birthday of our country
  • Washington -- commanded the American army against the English
  • independent -- free

Math Divided by 6

  • 18/6 -- 3
  • 36/6 -- 6
  • 54/6 -- 9
  • 72/6 -- 12
  • 12/6 -- 2
  • 30/6 -- 5
  • 48/6 -- 8
  • 66/6 -- 11
  • 6/6 -- 1
  • 24/6 -- 4
  • 42/6 -- 7
  • 60/6 -- 10

Math plus 1

  • 8+1 -- 9
  • 11+1 -- 12
  • 14+1 -- 15
  • 1+1 -- 2
  • 4+1 -- 5
  • 7+1 -- 8
  • 10+1 -- 11
  • 13+1 -- 14
  • 1+0 -- 1
  • 3+1 -- 4
  • 6+1 -- 7
  • 9+1 -- 10
  • 12+1 -- 13
  • 2+1 -- 3
  • 5+1 -- 6

Math plus 2

  • 4+2 -- 6
  • 7+2 -- 9
  • 10+2 -- 12
  • 3+2 -- 5
  • 6+2 -- 8
  • 9+2 -- 11
  • 2+2 -- 4
  • 5+2 -- 7
  • 8+2 -- 10
  • 0+2 -- 2
  • 1+2 -- 3

Science 3 - Weather

  • hail -- frozen raindrops that are bounced up and down by the air in a thunderstorm before they fall to the earth in the shape of stones
  • thunder -- the sound that lightning makes
  • absorb -- to soak up
  • water vapor -- water in the gaseous form
  • droplet -- a very small drop
  • lightning -- electricity that jumps from one cloud to another or form a cloud to the earth
  • tornado -- a windstorm that builds up over hot land
  • atmosphere -- the layer of air that surrounds the earth
  • evaporate -- to change into a vapor
  • sleet -- beads of ice that began as rain falling through freezing air
  • humid -- to be full of water vapor
  • hurricane -- a windstorm that builds up over the warm ocean
  • weather -- the condition of the air
  • radiate -- to send out rays of heat
  • precipitation -- the falling of rain, snow, hail, or sleet

Science 3 Farmer's Field

  • gullies -- small ditches where the soil has been washed away
  • subsoil -- the layer of soil below the topsoil
  • erosion -- the wearing away of soil or rock by wind and water
  • topsoil -- top layer of soil which is usually dark and rich in minerals
  • fertilizer -- something added to the soil to replace mineral resources
  • rotate -- to take turns or alternate
  • fertile -- rich in minerals resources

Science 3 Invertebrates

  • earthworm -- an invertebrate with ten hearts
  • insects -- the biggest group of invertebrates
  • metamorphosis -- the complete four stages of insect growth
  • compound eyes -- eyes made up of thousands of lenses which work together as one eye
  • cold blooded -- having a body temperature which changes with the outside temperature
  • invertebrate -- an animal without a backbone
  • camouflage -- changing color to match the surroundings
  • antennae -- the main sense organs of the insect
  • tentacles -- arms of an octopus
  • setae -- the projections which help earthworms hold to the walls of their tunnel
  • octopus -- an invertebrate with eight arms
  • spiracles -- breathing holes found on the abdomen of insects
  • mimicry -- when one animal looks like another animal for protection
  • helpful insects -- bee, ladybug, praying mantis
  • insect body -- head, thorax, and abdomen

Sight Words List 1

  • you --
  • it --
  • yo --
  • for --
  • of --
  • and --
  • he --
  • in --
  • on --
  • the --
  • that --
  • a --
  • was --
  • is --

Sight Words List 2

  • one --
  • are --
  • this --
  • this --
  • or --
  • I --
  • as --
  • have --
  • they --
  • had --
  • be --
  • with --
  • from --
  • at --

Sight Words List 3

  • there --
  • we --
  • but --
  • can --
  • all --
  • use --
  • by --
  • your --
  • not --
  • said --
  • were --
  • words --
  • when --
  • what --

Sight Words List 4

  • about --
  • their --
  • each --
  • will --
  • do --
  • many --
  • if --
  • which --
  • other --
  • how --
  • out --
  • an --
  • up --
  • she --

Sight Words List 5

  • her --
  • look --
  • then --
  • like --
  • so --
  • time --
  • would --
  • make --
  • him --
  • some --
  • has --
  • them --
  • these --
  • into --

Sight Words List 6

  • no --
  • more --
  • could --
  • see --
  • first --
  • way --
  • write --
  • my --
  • number --
  • water --
  • two --
  • people --
  • go --
  • than --

Sight Words List 7

  • day --
  • did --
  • down --
  • come --
  • now --
  • part --
  • who --
  • may --
  • called --
  • oil --
  • find --
  • its --
  • long --
  • been --
  • made --

Spelling List 4

  • zoology --
  • addend --
  • vibrate --
  • minuend --
  • scamper --
  • difference --
  • subtrahend --
  • honor --

States/Capitals List 1

  • Dover -- Delaware
  • Harrisburg -- Pennsylvania
  • Montpelier -- Vermont
  • Albany -- New York
  • Concord -- New Hampshire
  • Boston -- Massachusetts
  • Hartford -- Connecticut
  • Augusta -- Maine
  • Providence -- Rhode Island
  • Trenton -- New Jersey
  • Annapolis -- Maryland

States/Capitals List 2

  • Charleston -- West Virginia
  • Montgomery -- Alabama
  • Frankfort -- Kentucky
  • Tallahassee -- Florida
  • Raleigh -- North Carolina
  • Atlanta -- Georgia
  • Jackson -- Mississippi
  • Richmond -- Virginia
  • Columbia -- South Carolina
  • Nashville -- Tennessee

States/Capitals List 3

  • St. Paul -- Minnesota
  • Baton Rouge -- Louisiana
  • Jefferson City -- Missouri
  • Little Rock -- Arkansas
  • Columbus -- Ohio
  • Springfield -- Illinois
  • Indianapolis -- Indiana
  • Des Moines -- Iowa
  • Madison -- Wisconsin
  • Lansing -- Michigan

States/Capitals List 4

  • Helena -- Montana
  • Austin -- Texas
  • Santa Fe -- New Mexico
  • Oklahoma City -- Oklahoma
  • Topeka -- Kansas
  • Lincoln -- Nebraska
  • Denver -- Colorado
  • Cheyenne -- Wyoming
  • Bismarck -- North Dakota
  • Pierre -- South Dakota

States/Capitals List 5

  • Boise -- Idaho
  • Phoenix -- Arizona
  • Juneau -- Alaska
  • Honolulu -- Hawaii
  • Sacramento -- California
  • Carson City -- Nevada
  • Salt Lake City -- Utah
  • Olympia -- Washington
  • Salem -- Oregon
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