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Ms. Welch's 2nd Grade



School:Flat Lick Elementary
Location:Flat Lick KY
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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

A House for a Hermit Crab

  • tidy -- well ordered and cared for, clean
  • gratefully -- expressing thanks
  • sturdy -- firmly built or made
  • plain -- having no pattern or decoration
  • dim -- not bright or clear, hard to see
  • murmured -- complained
  • fierce -- wild or threatening in appearance
  • wiggling -- to move along with twisting and turning movements
  • gingerly -- very cautious or careful
  • shell -- a hard stiff covering of an animal
  • prickly -- covered with small sharp points
  • snug -- enjoying physical comfort
  • protect -- to cover or shield from something that would destroy or injure
  • decorate -- to make more attractive
  • murky -- very dark, filled with fog

At the Seashore

  • wave -- a moving ridge on the surface of water
  • tide --
  • float -- to drift on a fluid
  • wade --
  • shell -- a hard stiff covering of an animal, especially of mollusks
  • pebble --
  • driftwood -- wood drifted or floated by water
  • sand -- loose material in grains produced by the natural breaking up of rocks
  • sea --
  • shovel -- a broad scoop with a handle used for lifting and throwing loose material such as dirt
  • wave --
  • water -- a liquid that falls as rain and forms streams, lakes, and seas
  • float --
  • swim -- to move through water by moving arms, legs, fins, or tail
  • shell --
  • sun -- the star around which the planets revolve, from which they receive heat and light
  • driftwood --
  • beach -- a sandy or gravelly part of the shore of a body of water
  • sand --
  • pail -- a conatiner that is open at the top and has a handle
  • shovel --
  • tide -- the rising and falling of the surface of the ocean that occurs twice a day
  • water --
  • wade -- to step in or through a substance such as water
  • swim --
  • pebble -- a small rounded stone
  • sun --
  • beach --
  • sea -- a great body of salty water that covers much of the earth
  • pail --

Flat Stanley

  • parcel -- package
  • cross -- angry
  • civilized -- polite
  • altered -- change, make smaller or larger
  • limber -- able to bend easily
  • jostled -- bumped, pushed, or shoved
  • gust -- sudden blast of wind
  • sensational -- great, awesome, wonderful
  • enormous -- large or huge
  • hasty -- quick or hurried
  • fraigle -- breakable
  • rudeness -- not nice
  • disguise -- costume
  • shaft -- passage or enclosed space
  • valuable -- worth a high price

How I Became a Pirate

  • yonder -- at or to that place: over there
  • digger -- to turn up the soil
  • sail -- a journey by ship
  • chantey -- a song sung by sailors in rhythm with their work
  • gulp -- to swallow hurriedly
  • hatches -- an opening in a deck, floor, or roof
  • busy -- actively at work
  • bury -- to place in the ground and cover up
  • shore -- the land along the edge of a body of water, (as the sea)
  • deck -- a platform from side to side in a ship which forms a floor
  • hammock -- a swinging bed made of netting
  • treasure -- wealth, such as money or jewels
  • mind -- to be bothered by
  • manners -- polite behavior
  • tuck -- to adjust bed covers over a child going to sleep

Nora the Nonapus

  • courage -- to be brave in spite of danger or difficulty
  • octupus -- a sea mollusk having eight arms
  • bully -- a person who teases, hurts, or threatens others
  • passage -- a road or path by which somehting can travel
  • dismay -- to cause to lose hope or courage
  • tentacle -- long flexible structures that stick out around the head of an animal and are used for grasping
  • volcano -- a vent in the earth's crust from which melted rock and steam come out
  • puzzled -- confused or lack of understanding
  • delight -- something that gives great pleasure or joy
  • tease -- to make fun of
  • behavior -- the way in which one acts, or conducts oneself
  • attention -- the act of fixing one's mind upon something, careful listening or watching

Pirate Pete

  • journey -- to travel from one place to another
  • spun -- to turn round and round rapidly
  • stubborn -- hard to convince, persuade, or move
  • parrot -- a brightly colored tropical bird that can often mimic speech
  • squawk -- to complain or protest loudly
  • swift -- to move with great speed
  • spied -- to have caught sight of; to see
  • veer -- to change direction or course
  • shadow -- a dark figure cast on a surface by a body that is between the surface and light
  • treasure -- wealth, such as gold, money, or jewels
  • companion -- one that often is with another, such as a friend
  • gust -- a sudden brief rush of wind
  • agreed -- to give one's approval
  • abandon -- to give up completely
  • marooned -- to put ashore and abandon on a lonely island or coast

Pirate Talk

  • lass -- young girl
  • thar she blows -- whale sighting
  • buccaneer -- pirate
  • blimey -- surprise
  • lad -- young boy
  • ship-shape -- cleaned up and under control
  • scallywag -- scoundrel or troublemaker
  • booty -- loot or treasure
  • matey -- shipmate or friend
  • gangway -- get out of my way
  • walk the plank -- punishment, person walks off board over the side of the ship
  • yo ho ho -- pirate laugh
  • ahoy -- hello
  • jolly roger -- pirate flag
  • fair winds -- good-bye, good luck

Pirates Don't Change Diap

  • trouble -- misfortune or a state of distress
  • repeat -- to say or state something again
  • wail -- to make a sound like a mournful cry or to complain
  • shush -- to urge to be quiet
  • maroon -- to put ashore and abandon on a lonely island or coast
  • nap -- to sleep for a short time during the day
  • miracle -- an unusual event, thing, or accomplishment
  • sniff -- to smell or inhale by taking short breaths
  • jig -- a lively springy dance
  • crew -- a group of people who operate a ship
  • change -- to put fresh clothes or covering on
  • aground -- onto the shore or the bottom of a body of water
  • babysitter -- to care for children usually while the parents are away
  • sneak -- to go about in a sly or secret manner
  • map -- a drawing or picture showing selected features of an area

Rainbow Fish

  • prized -- to value highly
  • scales -- small stiff flat plates that form an outer covering on the body of some animals
  • shimmer -- to shine with a wavering light
  • emerged -- come out into view
  • wavered -- to go back and forth between choices
  • possessions -- something that one owns
  • ordinary -- normal or usual
  • glide -- to move smoothly, silently, and effortlessly
  • lonely -- not visited by others
  • discover -- to make known or visible; to find
  • shared -- the part given to another
  • amazed -- surprised or astonished
  • admire -- to have high regard for
  • advice -- an opinion or suggestion offered about a decision
  • peculiar -- different from the usual or normal

Tacky the Penguin

  • politely -- showing consideration, not rude
  • chanting -- to sing or speak with no change in tone
  • odd -- not usual or traditional
  • blared -- to sound loud and harsh
  • icy -- covered with ice
  • companions -- someone that accompanies another
  • hearty -- very strong or friendly
  • dive -- to plunge into water headfirst
  • distance -- how far two places are apart
  • mean -- not nice or unkind
  • penguin -- short-legged seabird that cannot fly, but uses its flippers for swimming
  • dreadfully -- unpleasant or shocking
  • iceberg -- a large floating mass of ice detached from a glacier
  • clasped -- to hold onto
  • sunrise -- the rising of the sun
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