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Miss Swasas and Ms. Stangel's Classroom



School:Arbor Park
Location:Illinois
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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

Week 1 Words: TW and LL

  • kite -- a toy that flies in the sky
  • five -- the number between 4 and 6
  • hike -- a long walk through nature
  • invite -- to ask someone to come to your party
  • like -- to really enjoy something
  • white -- the color of snow or milk
  • nine -- the number between 8 and 10
  • write -- putting words on paper with a pencil or pen
  • time -- measured by a clock and calendar
  • bike -- a toy with pedals and two wheels
  • drive -- a trip in a car
  • ride -- what you do on a bicylce or bus

Week 2 Words: CM Part One

  • struck -- the past tense of strike
  • topic -- the subject of a conversation
  • pocket -- a small space sewn into pants used to hold small items
  • equal -- having the same value, measurement, or amount as something else
  • attack -- to cause harm or injury to someone or something
  • picnic -- a special meal eaten outside with family or friends
  • track -- a path people run on during a race
  • question -- a type of sentence we use when we want an answer
  • junk -- a group of worthless items
  • public -- shared by or open to all
  • earthquake -- violent shaking caused by movement deep inside the earth
  • risky -- something that could be dangerous
  • blank -- without marks or writing
  • monkey -- an animal that swings from trees and eats bananas
  • ache -- a dull pain

Week 2 Words: CM Part Two

  • attic -- the space at the very top of a house
  • banker -- name for a person who works at a bank
  • mistake -- a thought or action that is incorrect
  • squeeze -- to put pressure on or press
  • circus -- a traveling show with clows, trained animals, and acrobats
  • peculiar -- odd, strange, or unusual
  • blanket -- a covering on a bed or something we can use to keep us warm
  • quick -- moving with great speed
  • second -- the member of a series between first and third
  • skeleton -- the inner frame of bone that shapes our bodies
  • reckless -- paying no attention to danger
  • electric -- something that works with or gives off electricity
  • stomach -- body part that digests our food
  • shark -- a large fish that lives in the ocean
  • request -- the act of asking for something

Week 2 Words: KA

  • peace -- a feeling we have when it is calm and quiet
  • it's -- a shorter way to write "it is"
  • whole -- what we call something when it has all its pieces or parts
  • new -- something that has not already been used
  • their -- That book belongs to the other class. It is _______ book.
  • rode -- the past tense of ride
  • its -- The dog lost ____ collar.
  • hole -- the opening you put a button through on a shirt or coat
  • knew -- past tense of know
  • hour -- This equals 60 minutes.
  • road -- what cars drive on
  • piece -- a part of something that has been taken from the whole
  • hear -- to listen and understand a sound
  • our -- That book belongs to the entire class. It is _________ book.
  • there -- Just put your homework over _______ on my desk.

Week 2 Words: PF SS TJ

  • of -- Put your homework on top ____ my desk.
  • got -- to have gained something in the past by receiving, winning, or earning
  • wet -- the opposite of dry
  • rest -- to stop or take a break
  • helmet -- something you should wear to protect your head whenever you ride a bike
  • said -- the past tense of say
  • get -- to gain something by receiving, winning, or earning
  • hug -- to squeeze someone in your arms in a loving way
  • mud -- wet and sticky dirt
  • plum -- a fruit that has purple skin
  • does -- the present tense of do
  • puddle -- a small pool of water we see on sidewalks after it rains
  • job -- what many grown-ups have to help them earn money
  • spot -- a small mark or stain
  • help -- what you ask a teacher for when you get stuck in class

Week 2 Words: TW and LL

  • hole -- the opening a button goes through on your coat or shirt
  • poke -- to push someone your finger
  • rope -- a really thick string; you can use it to tie, pull, or lift
  • bone -- these form your skeleton; if you break one, you'lll need a cast
  • stove -- what you can use in the kitchen to cook food
  • alone -- being all by yourself
  • home -- the place where you live
  • joke -- a funny story people tell to make their friends laugh
  • no -- the opposite of yes
  • hello -- you can say this when you see someone you know
  • go -- what drivers can do when the light turns green
  • so -- She was ________ sick that she stayed home from school.

Week 3 Group 2 TJ PF SS

  • high -- far above the floor or ground
  • eye -- body part used to see
  • why -- reason or purpose for something
  • night -- the time of day when there is no sunlight
  • child -- a young person
  • right -- correct or true
  • July -- month between June and August
  • by -- close to or near
  • spy -- to watch secretly
  • find -- to discover by searching
  • wild -- an animal that live in nature; not a pet
  • buy -- to pay money for something
  • lightning -- flashes of light in the sky during a thunderstorm
  • kind -- describes a person who likes to bring hapiness to others by doing nice things
  • light -- opposite of dark

Week 3 Group 3 KA

  • pencil -- a tool for writing or drawing
  • jeans -- pants made from denim
  • nice -- kind or friendly
  • dance -- to move your body in time with music
  • change -- to become or make different
  • giant -- an imaginary character who is much larger, taller, and stronger than humans
  • once -- one time only
  • orange -- a round fruit used to make juice
  • large -- very big
  • space -- a blank or empty area
  • center -- middle part
  • circle -- a round shape or ring
  • bounce -- up and down movement of a ball
  • age -- to become older
  • jacket -- a short coat with a zipper or buttons

Week 3 Group 4 CM #1

  • baggage -- suitcases and belongings carried by a traveler
  • bridge -- structure built above a river, road, or obstacle to allow people and cars to cross it
  • damage -- to harm someone or something
  • stage -- the area in a theater where the performance takes place
  • marriage -- a wedding ceremony and celebration
  • message -- brief communciation using writing, words, or symbols
  • notice -- a sign in a public place giving information, instruction, or warning
  • judge -- person in charge of a courtroom
  • twice -- two times
  • practice -- to perform a skill repeatedly in order to improve
  • office -- room used for business activities
  • chance -- a gamble or other act involving risk
  • glance -- a quick look
  • package -- a small or medium sized box sent in the mail
  • carriage -- horse-drawn vehicle used to transport people

Week 3 Group 4 CM #2

  • average -- being ordinary or usual
  • excellence -- to state of being outstanding and high quality
  • ridge -- a long and narrow raised area
  • bandage -- a strip of fabric used to cover a wound
  • change -- to make or become different
  • fringe -- a decorative border made up of hanging threads or strips of material
  • fragrance -- a pleasant smell
  • palace -- a large house in which a king, queen, or other ruler lives
  • dance -- to move in time to music
  • bounce -- the up and down movement of a ball
  • fleece -- the wooly coat of a sheep; or a soft, warm jacket
  • manage -- to be in charge of a project or group of people
  • once -- on one occasion only
  • age -- to grow older

Week 3 In-Class Games #1

  • fragrance -- a pleasant smell
  • eye -- body part used to see
  • tree -- plant with branches, leaves, and bark
  • street -- a paved road that cars can drive on
  • practice -- to perform a skill repeatedly in order to improve
  • office -- a room used for business activities
  • spy -- to watch secretly
  • lightning -- flashes of light in the sky during a thunderstorm
  • peek -- a quick look
  • manage -- to be in charge of a project or group of people
  • bandage -- strip of fabric used to cover a wound
  • night -- the time of day when there is no sunlight
  • buy -- to pay money for something
  • feet -- body parts below our ankles
  • three -- the number between one and two

Week 3 In-Class Games #2

  • page -- one side of a sheet of paper
  • night -- the time of day when there is no sunlight
  • peek -- a quick look
  • spy -- to watch secretly
  • lightning -- flashes of light in the sky during a thunderstorm
  • pencil -- an instrument used to write or draw
  • green -- the color of grass
  • feet -- body parts located below our ankles
  • buy -- to pay money for something
  • change -- to make or become different
  • giant -- an imaginary charcter who is taller, larger, and stronger than human beings
  • tree -- a plant with branches, leaves, and bark
  • street -- a paved road that cars can drive on
  • eye -- body part used to see
  • space -- a blank or empty area

Week 3: Group 1 LL TW

  • tree -- a plant with branches, leaves, and bark
  • peek -- to look quickly
  • see -- to look with your eyes
  • green -- the color of grass
  • street -- paved roads cars can drive on
  • feet -- body parts found below our ankles; we use these to stand
  • three -- the number between one and two
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