Corrective Reading

School:Whitley Co. Middle School
Comments:Ms. West's Classes

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.


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!

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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!


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

Comprehension Test One

  • noun -- person, place, thing, or idea
  • vertical line -- a line that runs straight up and down
  • skull -- bone that protects the brain
  • femur -- upper leg bone
  • coccyx -- tailbone
  • select -- to choose
  • slanted line -- a line that does not run directly up, down, left, or right
  • skeletal system -- body system of bones
  • spine -- backbone
  • pelvis -- hip bone
  • container -- object made to hold things
  • horizontal line -- a line that runs straight from left to right
  • obtain -- to get
  • ribs -- bones that protect and cover organs in chest
  • humorous -- upper arm bone

Comprehension Test Two

  • selection -- noun that means something that is selected
  • mouth -- brings food and wanter into the body
  • protect -- verb that means to guard
  • verb -- action that something does or was doing
  • protection -- noun that means something that protects
  • adjective -- describes the noun and usually comes before it
  • esophagus -- tube that connects the mouth to the stomach
  • examine -- verb that means to look at
  • protect -- verb that means to guard
  • digestivesystem -- the system that changes food into fuel for the body
  • selective -- adj that means it is careful about selecting things
  • stomach -- mixes food with chemicals
  • construct -- verb that means to build
  • tool -- object that helps you do a job
  • analogy -- tells how things are the same

CRCB One Test Three

  • muscular system -- body system of muscles
  • biceps -- two headed muscle located on humerous
  • small intestine -- organ that brings food to the blood
  • selective -- adjective form of select that means picky when making a choice
  • constructive -- adjective form of construct means that it is helpful
  • predictable -- adjective form of predict means that it is easy to predict
  • triceps -- three headed muscle located on humerous
  • liver -- makes chemicals that break down food after it leaves stomach
  • selection -- noun form of select that means a choice
  • construction -- noun form of construct means something that is constructed
  • prediction -- noun form of predict means a statement that predicts
  • quadriceps -- four headed muscle located on the femur
  • large intestine -- organ that stores the food your body can't use
  • construct -- verb that means to build
  • predict -- verb that means to say that something will happen

CRCBone test four

  • criticism -- noun form of criticize means a statement that criticizes
  • ceps -- means heads
  • abdominal muscl -- muscle that goes from the ribs to the pelvis
  • trapezius -- muscle that covers the back of the neck
  • criticize -- verb that means to find fault with
  • biceps -- muscle that bends the arm
  • predictable -- adjective form of predict means that something is easy to predict
  • conclusion -- the last part of a deduction
  • gastrocnemius -- muscle that covers the back of the lower leg
  • residential -- adj form of reside that means it has many residences
  • critical -- adj form of criticize means that it criticizes
  • prediction -- noun form of predict means a statement that predicts
  • rule -- the first part of a deduction
  • reside -- verb that means to live somewhere
  • residence -- noun form of reside that means a place where someone resides


  • fascinated -- really interested in something
  • submerge -- to go under
  • stampede -- when a group runs in a panic
  • detect -- find
  • formal -- stiff and polite behavior
  • surpass -- outdo
  • trample -- stamp into the ground
  • urge -- a desire to do something
  • official -- backed by an authority on the subject
  • bonds -- forces that hold things together
  • delicately -- gently and carefully
  • concealed -- hidden
  • transform -- to change into something else
  • schedule -- set up a time for
  • prominent -- well known and important


  • vegetation -- plant life
  • grazing -- eating grass
  • herd -- group of animals that live together
  • taut -- stretched tight
  • prance -- step high and move around in a frisky way
  • viciously -- fiercely
  • thrash -- move about violently
  • keen -- sharp
  • unison -- more than one person saying same words at same time
  • secluded -- well hidden
  • shrill -- a high-pitched sound
  • mammal -- warm-blooded creature with hair
  • predator -- animal that kills other animals for food
  • foilage -- leaves on a bush or tree
  • alert -- paying close attention


  • greedy -- wanting a whole lot of something
  • resident -- a person who lives somewhere
  • shimmering -- seems to be covered with shiny, moving lights
  • impatient -- tired of waiting
  • scarcely -- only just, barely
  • abnormal -- not normal
  • stunted -- not growing as large as supposed to
  • cascading -- falling or tumbling
  • estimate -- a smart guess
  • initial -- first
  • exaggerate -- stretch the truth
  • nudge -- a gentle push
  • grade -- slope
  • assured -- guaranteed
  • coordinated -- working together smoothly


  • puny -- small and weak
  • deceive -- to trick or fool
  • enormous -- large or immense
  • strategy -- procedure for doing something
  • apparent -- obvious
  • concerned -- interested
  • capable -- able to perform, qualified
  • hurtle -- fling or throw violently
  • confused -- mixed up
  • magnificent -- very great, wonderful
  • referred -- directed attention to
  • reduce -- make something smaller
  • retreat -- go backward
  • matted -- pushed and flattened
  • efficient -- without wast


  • data -- facts
  • apparatus -- equipment
  • grant -- money given for a job that does not have to be paid back
  • sarcastic -- meaning the opposite of what you say
  • calculate -- figure out


  • irritated -- a little angry
  • dismantle -- take something apart
  • hazy -- not clear
  • impressive -- very good
  • amusing -- funny
  • amazement -- very suprised
  • expression -- look on someone's face
  • scurried -- moved fast
  • jostled -- tossed around
  • sheer -- very steep
  • antics -- clowning behavior
  • reliable -- can be counted on
  • arranged -- plans have been made
  • trough -- a container where the bottom is shaped like a long V
  • peak -- the highest point of a mountain
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