Mrs. Benitez

School:Whitmore Charter School
Comments:Have fun kids!

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!

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!


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

Unit 1 lesson 1

  • tease -- to annoy continuously
  • collection -- similar things gathered together to study or to show to others
  • seriously -- thoughtfully; sincerely
  • probobly -- most likely to happen
  • lonley -- sad from being alone
  • stiff -- something not easily bent; not flexible

Unit 1 lesson 2

  • gleamed -- was bright and shiny
  • margins -- empty spaces at the edgeof the page: above below, right, or left
  • twittered -- chatered noisily, sounding like chirping birds
  • scrawled -- wrote quickly but not carefully
  • jangled -- made a loud ringing noise
  • darted -- moved or ran quikly from one place to another

unit 1 lesson 3

  • beutiful -- loving, pleasing to look at
  • marvelous -- great, wonderful
  • height -- how tall something is
  • magnificent -- outstanding
  • peered -- looked

unit 1 lesson 4

  • extraordinary -- remarkable; very special
  • experiment -- a test used to discover something

Unit 1 lesson 4

  • species -- kind or type of plant or animal that scientists gruop together because the plants or animals share many of the same characteristics

unit 1 lesson 4

  • exist -- to be around

Unit 1 lesson 4

  • clamor -- lound noise, usually for a long time

unit 1 lesson 4

  • intimidate -- to make someone feel bad about hurting there feelings

Unit 1 lesson 4

  • originally -- at first, in the beginning
  • suburbs -- areas or homes, stores, and businessesthat are nearor next to a city or urban are

unit 1 lesson 4

  • apathetic -- not interested; does not care
  • humiliations -- things to cause someone to be embarresed

Unit 1 lesson 4

  • abondoned -- left behind or unused; either unprotected, unneeded, or unwanted
  • cavity -- hollow place or hole

unit 1 lesson 5

  • rebel -- to resist a users power
  • honorable -- deserving of honor or respect
  • tyrant -- a harsh, unjust ruler
  • traitor -- someone who betrays anothers trust
  • appointed -- to name officially

Unit 2 Lesson 1

  • vacant -- empty;abandoned
  • decorated -- made beutiful by adding fancy things and frills
  • patch -- an area different from what is around it
  • crops -- plants grown for food or to sell to make money
  • mound -- small hill or pile of dirt, rocks, oe other material

Unit 2 Lesson 2

  • skyscraper -- very tall building found in the city
  • laboratories -- places where scientific studies and experiments are done
  • biologist -- person who studies how people, other animals, or plants live and grow
  • migrating -- moving from one place to another, usually when the seasons change
  • urban -- having to do with city or city life

Unit 2 Lesson 3

  • cozy -- warm and comfotable
  • beckoned -- made a sighn or signal to someone to have then come closer
  • delighted -- very happy; pleased
  • responcibility -- important job; duty
  • enormous -- very, very large; huge
  • bursing -- filled and over flowing with stong emotion

Unit 2 Lesson 5

  • does -- feamale deere
  • relocates -- moves to a different place
  • territory -- an area belonging to a group
  • population -- the total number of inhabitants of given area
  • bucks -- male deere
  • organization -- a group; association; society

unit 3 lesson 1

  • imitating -- to be or appear like; mimic
  • carved -- to cut carefully
  • bow -- a wooden rod with horsehairs stretched from end to end used in playing a stringed instrument
  • exercises -- physical activity for the sake of fitness
  • sculpture -- statue or other art object that is carved or shaped in three dimensions and not flat like a painting
  • burrow -- make a snug, warm place , usually deep and narrow like a tunnel that a rabbit or gopher digs

Unit 3 lesson 2

  • nibbling -- taking small bites
  • commanded -- ordered
  • poet -- person who writes or composes poems
  • temperature -- degree of hotness or coldness measured with a thermometer
  • alarm -- sudden fear; a sense of danger
  • burglars -- people who steal; thieves

Unit 3 lesson 3

  • rectangle -- a geometric shape with four right angles; two sides are shorter than the other two
  • triangles -- geometric shapes with three sides
  • fabric -- cloth
  • diagonal -- the line between opposite corners of a shape that has four even corners
  • pattern -- a repeated grouping of shapes
  • hexagons -- geometric shapes with six sides

Unit 3 lesson 4

  • controversial -- something causing a disagreement, argument,or public dispute
  • scenery -- painted scenes or hangings on a theater stage
  • style -- a way of doing something
  • originality -- ability to create something new,unusual, or different
  • encouraged -- urged on; gave hope or confidence to
  • monuments -- buildings,statues, or special structures that are made to honor a person or event

Unit 3 Lesson 5

  • finery -- dressy or showy clothing
  • garments -- articles of clothing
  • scholars -- highly educated people
  • procession -- a group moving along in an orderly, ceremonial way
  • wardrobe -- a collection of clothes
  • royal -- suitable for royalty- people with the sovereign right to govern a kingdom

Unit 3 Lesson 6

  • mayor -- the chief elected official of a city
  • bordering -- to be lying on the edge of
  • traced -- formed carefully; to sketch
  • blossomed -- bloomed; produced flowers
  • ford -- to cross by wading
  • decorated -- added ornamentation; adorned
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