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Ms. Filling's Class



School:St. Pius X School
Location:Baltimore
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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

Are You a Fossil Fan?

  • magazine -- printed collection of stories, articles, and pictures
  • tooth -- bony part of mouth for biting and chewing
  • hunt -- to look for something
  • glue -- substance that sticks things together
  • piece -- part of something
  • change -- to make or become different

Arthur Writes a Story

  • decided -- made up one's mind
  • planet -- heavenly body that circles the sun
  • Jurassic Period -- the time period in which the stegosaurus lived (over 200 million years ago)
  • important -- having great value or meaning
  • float -- drift on top of the water
  • stegosaurus -- a type of plant eating dinosaur with bony plates on its back used for protection. It had a brain the size of a walnut
  • library -- collection of reading material
  • proud -- very pleased or satisfied

Best Wishes Ed

  • message -- information sent to someone
  • penguin -- a bird whose feathers are black or gray on the back and white on the front.
  • half -- either of two equal parts
  • notice -- pay attention to
  • iceberg -- a very large piece of floating ice
  • couple -- two things that are the same or go together in some way
  • drifted -- floated
  • tern -- a web-footed seabird similar to a gull
  • climbed -- moved upward or over, across, or through something

Change for the Quarter

  • government -- the group of people in charge of ruling or managing a country, city, or other place
  • join -- to become a member of
  • order -- the way in which things are arranged
  • difference -- the amount left over
  • honors -- shows or feels great respect for a person or thing
  • worth -- having the same value as
  • collect -- to gather together
  • pocket -- a small bag sewn into a garment

Charlie Anderson

  • upstairs -- a place you reach after climbing a set of steps
  • roof -- the top covering on a house or building
  • stepmother -- a woman who has married a person's father
  • middle -- halfway through a period of time, or between two things
  • chocolate -- a food made from cocoa beans, usually brown-colored and sweet
  • clothes -- items that you wear, such as shirts and pants
  • offered -- gave something to someone; suggested that someone take something
  • prowls -- to move or roam quietly or secretly

Fernando's Gift

  • village -- a small group of houses
  • explained -- made something plain or clear
  • Costa Rica -- a country in Central America
  • waterfall -- a natural stream of water falling from a high place
  • diving -- going head first into water
  • harm -- hurt or injury
  • Cristobal -- a climbing tree in the story
  • noisy -- making much noise
  • soil -- earth, dirt
  • Fernando -- the boy's name in the story

Going Batty for Bats

  • darkness -- nighttime; a time of no light
  • crops -- plants grown for food
  • insect -- a small group of animals without a backbone, three main body parts, usually two pairs of wings and three pairs of legs
  • colony -- a group of animals of the same kind that live together
  • breath -- air drawn in through the lungs
  • cover -- put something over or on
  • bumblebee -- a large bee with a thick, hairy body; most have yellow and black bodies
  • scary -- causing fear, frightening
  • study -- look at closely, try to learn about by reading or looking carefully
  • ton -- a measure of weight equal to 2,000 pounds
  • mines -- a large area dug out in or under the ground

Nine in One Grr!Grr!

  • earth -- the planet on which we live
  • mountain -- piece of the land that rises high above the surrounding land
  • Shao -- God who lived in the sky
  • Hmong -- where the story took place
  • wonderful -- very good
  • bamboo -- a tall, woody plant related to grass
  • quail -- a bird that has a plump body and brown or gray feathers often dotted with white
  • lonely -- having a sad feeling because one is by oneself
  • memory -- ability to remember things
  • pheasant -- a large bird that has a long tail and brightly colored feathers

Officer Buckle and Gloria

  • auditorium -- a large room or building where people can gather
  • audience -- a group of people gathered to hear or see something
  • station -- a building or place usd by an organization
  • thumbtack -- a tack with a flat, round head that can be pressed into a wall or board with the thumb
  • accident -- a sad, unexpected event in which people may get hurt; something you did not mean to happen
  • slips -- moves suddenly from position; slides
  • swivel chair -- a chair with a seat that spins
  • bravo -- well done! Good! Excellent!
  • cheered -- shouted with happiness or encouragement
  • wipe -- to clean or dery something by rubbing it

Our Soccer League

  • score -- to make a point in a game or test
  • touch -- to put a hand or other part of the body on or against something
  • intercept -- to stop or take the ball away from a person
  • collide -- to run into another person or thing
  • field -- an area of land where a game is played
  • throws -- to send up into or through the air
  • goalie -- the player who defends the goal in soccer or hockey
  • halftime -- a rest period in the middle of the game
  • coaches -- teachers or trainers of athletes or performers
  • stretches -- to spred out one's arms, legs, or body to full length
  • dribble -- to move the ball along by kicking or bouncing
  • out-of-bounds -- to go beyond the field, outside the field of play

Princess Pooh

  • servant -- person hired to work for the comort or protection of others
  • wheelchair -- chair on wheels used by someone who cannot walk to get from one place to another
  • princess -- daughter of a king or queen
  • cousins -- the children of one's aunt or uncle
  • throne -- the chair that a king or queen sits on during ceremonies and other special occasions
  • therapy -- treatment for a disability, injury, psychological problem, or illness
  • world -- earth
  • crowded -- gathered closely
  • hammock -- swinging bed made from a long piece of canvas or netting
  • golden -- made of gold, gold-coveed; bright or shining
  • restaurant -- a place where food is prepared and served to customers

Sharks

  • afraid -- fearful, scared
  • understand -- to get the meaning of, to learn
  • limit -- a point beyond which something or someone cannot go
  • chew -- to grind with your teeth
  • trouble -- a difficult or dangerous situation
  • seal -- a sea mammal that has soft, think fur and flippers
  • danger -- something that may cause harm or injury
  • diving -- to plunge headfirst into water
  • lesson -- something to be learned, taught, or studied

Swimmy

  • escaped -- got away
  • swaying -- bending slowly back and forth
  • marvel -- a wonderful or amazing thing
  • eel -- a long, thin fish that looks like a snake
  • swift -- fast
  • machine -- something made by humans to do some kind of work
  • mussel -- an animal that looks like a clam
  • seaweed -- any plant or plants that grow in the sea, especially certain kinds of algae
  • hidden -- out of sight
  • fierce -- ready to fight or hurt something
  • medusa -- a jellyfish

The Best Vacation Ever

  • vacation -- a time of freedom from school or work
  • guess -- to form an opinion without knowing the facts
  • Parthenon -- a place in Centennial Park, Tennessee that is an exact model of the Parthenon in Greece
  • binoculars -- something that makes distant objects look larger and closer
  • wonder -- to think about or be curious about
  • practice -- to do something over and over to learn how to do it well
  • burrito -- a Mexican food made of a tortilla wrapped around filling
  • skeleton -- a framework that supports and protects the body
  • museum -- a building where objects of art, science, or history are shown
  • brave -- having or showing courage; not afraid
  • Alamo -- an old church in Texas where a famous battle took place
  • LaBrea -- tar pits in California

The Bremen Town Musicians

  • whistle -- to make high ptched sounds by blowing air through the lips
  • daughter -- a parent's female child
  • miller -- a person who owns or operates a mill, especially one for grinding grain
  • voice -- sound made by your vocal cords
  • third -- something in position number three when things are placed in order
  • musicians -- people who are skilled in playing a musical instrument, writing music, or singing
  • music -- sounds that have melody, harmony, or rhythm made by instruments or voice
  • scare -- to frighten
  • storyteller -- a narrator, a person who tells a story
  • envy -- a feeling of disliking or desiring another person's good luck or belongings

The Pony Express

  • telegraph -- a system for sending messages in code over long distances by means of electricity
  • arrive -- to reach a destination
  • finished -- ended, completed
  • mochila -- Spanish word for a knapsack
  • stampede -- a sudden, wild running of a herd of animals
  • rushed -- hurried
  • record -- a best performance
  • express -- moving faster than normal
  • buffalo -- a large North American animal that has a big shaggy head with horns and a hump on its back
  • early -- before the expected time
  • success -- a thing that goes well
  • stagecoach -- a large, closed carriage pulled by horses, once used for carrying people, mail, and baggage

The Wednesday Surprise

  • wrapped -- covered with a paper or material
  • stuck up -- to act in a way that you are confident and sure of yourself
  • chance -- a good opportunity to do something
  • heavy -- hard to lift, weighing a lot
  • astonished -- very surprised
  • nervous -- tense or worried
  • business -- (as used in "get down to business") to get to work
  • favorite -- someone or something that you like the best

The World's Plants Are

  • warns -- tells beforehand about something that may happen; alerts
  • lilies -- large flowers shaped like trumpets
  • marigold -- a garden plant that bears yellow, orange or red flowers in the summer
  • cleared -- removed things from
  • forever -- throughout time; without ever coming to an end
  • coral -- hard, stony substance found in tropical seas
  • disappear -- to go out of sight
  • save -- to keep from harm; make safe
  • alyssum -- plant of the mustard family that bears small, white or yellow flowers
  • zinnias -- garden flowers
  • problem -- a condition or fact that causes trouble and must be dealt with

Tomas & the Library Lady

  • evenings -- nights
  • shoulder -- part of the body where the arm joins the torso
  • Senora -- "lady" in Spanish
  • desert -- a dry area of land with little water or plant life
  • package -- thing or group of things packed together and wrapped up
  • Senor -- "sir" in Spanish
  • borrow -- to take something from someone with the agreement that it will be given back
  • midnight -- twelve o'clock at night
  • Buenos Noches -- "Good Night" in Spanish

Unit 16

  • shook --
  • clothes --
  • upstairs --
  • book --
  • wool --
  • hook --
  • chocolate --
  • offered --
  • wood --
  • foot --
  • hood --
  • cook --
  • middle --
  • stood --
  • brook --

Unit 10

  • seals --
  • danger --
  • head --
  • fin --
  • shark --
  • afraid --
  • trouble --
  • animals --
  • nets --
  • senses --
  • tide --
  • lesson --
  • river --
  • wave --

Unit 11

  • decided --
  • planet --
  • high --
  • knee --
  • wrote --
  • write --
  • library --
  • thumb --
  • know --
  • right --
  • important --
  • proud --
  • half --
  • knot --
  • lamb --

Unit 12

  • climbed --
  • message --
  • water --
  • corner --
  • winter --
  • father --
  • drifted --
  • over --
  • driver --
  • farmer --
  • couple --
  • notice --
  • other --
  • letter --
  • never --

Unit 13

  • breakfast --
  • bread --
  • feather --
  • early --
  • success --
  • weather --
  • instead --
  • ready --
  • arrive --
  • record --
  • leather --
  • meant --
  • spread --
  • meadow --
  • finish --

Unit 14

  • key --
  • lady --
  • memory --
  • every --
  • baby --
  • party --
  • lonely --
  • wonderful --
  • money --
  • tiny --
  • penny --
  • forget --
  • mountain --
  • many --
  • happy --

Unit 15

  • exact --
  • dime --
  • sum --
  • honor --
  • worth --
  • cost --
  • cent --
  • quarter --
  • collect --
  • pocket --
  • dollar --
  • buy --
  • price --
  • nickel --
  • order --

Unit 17

  • page --
  • harm --
  • rice --
  • race --
  • large --
  • explains --
  • village --
  • age --
  • charge --
  • cage --
  • diving --
  • soil --
  • dance --
  • mice --
  • space --

Unit 18

  • straw --
  • lawn --
  • guess --
  • vacation --
  • paw --
  • talk --
  • salt --
  • fault --
  • practice --
  • because --
  • hawk --
  • taught --
  • museum --
  • wonder --
  • caught --

Unit 19

  • touch --
  • pitch --
  • explore --
  • several --
  • each --
  • sandwich --
  • graph --
  • disturb --
  • objects --
  • phone --
  • patch --
  • match --
  • beach --
  • nature --
  • catch --

Unit 20

  • darkness --
  • fly --
  • leaves --
  • sight --
  • crops --
  • study --
  • wing --
  • nest --
  • blood --
  • breath --
  • scary --
  • sleep --
  • caves --
  • insects --
  • den --

Unit 21

  • sick --
  • whistle --
  • music --
  • act --
  • like --
  • bake --
  • voice --
  • daughter --
  • come --
  • luck --
  • wake --
  • cover --
  • third --
  • work --
  • kind --

Unit 22

  • brag --
  • plan --
  • trap --
  • score --
  • play --
  • brass --
  • draw --
  • field --
  • throws --
  • blue --
  • drag --
  • blow --
  • coaches --
  • stretches --
  • try --

Unit 23

  • heavy --
  • story --
  • start --
  • swim --
  • favorite --
  • office --
  • slide --
  • speak --
  • spot --
  • chance --
  • nervous --
  • sweet --
  • smart --
  • slip --
  • smooth --

Unit 25

  • magazine --
  • hill --
  • land --
  • ocean --
  • digging --
  • hunt --
  • bone --
  • deep --
  • remains --
  • glue --
  • tooth --
  • stone --
  • oil --
  • drill --
  • change --

Unit 26

  • wipe --
  • add --
  • kiss --
  • fill --
  • accidents --
  • station --
  • call --
  • sell --
  • odd --
  • well --
  • cheered --
  • egg --
  • tell --
  • press --
  • audience --

Unit 27

  • shining --
  • cheek --
  • midnight --
  • check --
  • shared --
  • chase --
  • evenings --
  • shoulder --
  • chair --
  • children --
  • shape --
  • desert --
  • package --
  • shift --
  • shoe --

Unit 28

  • princess --
  • both --
  • mouth --
  • dash --
  • golden --
  • world --
  • push --
  • bath --
  • teeth --
  • cousins --
  • restaurant --
  • with --
  • rush --
  • brush --
  • fish --

Unit 29

  • machine --
  • there --
  • whirl --
  • whale --
  • them --
  • hidden --
  • whimper --
  • wheel --
  • whisper --
  • fierce --
  • swift --
  • than --
  • through --
  • thought --
  • escaped --

Unit 30

  • petal --
  • disappear --
  • warn --
  • roses --
  • bloom --
  • stem --
  • clear --
  • problem --
  • seed --
  • flower --
  • root --
  • bud --
  • forever --
  • bushes --
  • cactus --

Zipping Zapping Zooming

  • mosquito -- a small insect with two wings; the female gives the sting or bite that itches
  • hibernate -- to spend the winter sleeping
  • disturb -- make nervous or bother
  • several -- a few; more than one, but not many
  • membrane -- a thin, flexible layer of skin or tissue that lines parts of the body
  • fact -- a true or real piece of information
  • object -- a thing that can be seen or touched
  • echolocation -- think of the word "echo"; a method of determining the location of objects by bouncing sound waves off of the objects
  • explore -- travel to unknown places for the purpose of discovering new things
  • nature -- all things not made by people
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