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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

6th Grade History S&F

  • Latin America --
  • ancient --
  • native --
  • civilization --
  • artifacts --
  • strait --
  • council --
  • sacrifice --
  • Continent --
  • ancestors --
  • mathematics --
  • centuries --

6th Grade History Words

  • Council -- A group of people who meet together to make laws or rules
  • Sacrifice -- Something a person gives up, or gives to a god
  • Continent -- A huge piece of land.
  • Strait -- A narrow channel of water that connects two oceans or seas
  • Mathematics -- The science that studies numbers and measurements
  • Centuries -- Hundres of years
  • Latin America -- A name for the lands south of the United States where most people now speak Spanish or Protuguese
  • Ancestors -- Members of our family who lived long ago, before our time
  • Native -- Belonging to a certain country or place because one was born there
  • Civilization -- An advanced way of living.
  • Artifacts -- Things made by humans long ago
  • Ancient -- Very old.

6th Grade Science S&F

  • scutes --
  • alligator --
  • cold blooded --
  • lizards --
  • turtles --
  • terrapins --
  • warm blooded --
  • venomous --
  • pit viper --
  • snakes --
  • camouflage --
  • gila monster --
  • mexican beaded --

6th Grade Science Words

  • Gila Monster -- venomous lizard
  • Mex Beaded Liza -- a venomous lizard
  • Scutes -- Scales under their bellies of a snake and helps them scoot around
  • Tortoises -- live on land, usually have a dome shape to their shells, making it difficult for predators to get a hold of them
  • Camouflage -- The ability to blend in with their surroundings
  • Crocodiles -- Long narrow snouts that are rather pointed in front, two large teeth can be seen when their jaws are closed, found in saltwater and freshwater -- lay up to 90 eggs in a clutch
  • Lizards -- Usually have two pairs of legs, they have ears and can hear, most are small, eat only insects
  • Turtles -- live on land and in water. Saltwater and freshwater turtles, breathe through lungs, short broad bodies. Bony shells and an outer horny coverning.
  • Terrapins -- Special type of turtle, they are freshwater turtles, they can swim faster than most fish
  • Alligator -- freshwater reptile, broad flat snouts that are rounded in front, alligators teeth are hidden when jaws are closed, lay eggs in clutches of 30-60 eggs in a clutch
  • Cold-Blooded -- Animals have no way to automatically warm themselves
  • Venomous -- Poisonous
  • Pit Vipor -- Have vents on the side of their heads that can detect the heat in warm-blooded prey
  • Snakes -- Dry scales, cold-blooded, do not have legs, cannot hear, eat mammals and eggs
  • Warm-Blooded -- Body temperature stays about the same all the time.

Adrian's Grammar List

  • ones -- the first and lowest number
  • another -- one more, an additional
  • calm -- peacefully quiet, not excited
  • month -- one of the twelve parts of a year
  • awful -- causing fear, dread or awe
  • son -- a male child
  • money -- the coins and paper currency of a country used to buy goods and pay people for services
  • naughty -- behaving badly
  • honey -- a thick sweet yellowish substance made by bees
  • other -- different from the one or ones already mentioned

Adrian's Top 10 List

  • thousand -- the cardinal number that is equal to ten times one hundred
  • dollar -- the basic unit of money in the United States
  • remember -- to think of again and again
  • naughty -- behaving badly mischivious or disobedient
  • mountain -- a part of the earths surface that rises high above the surrounding area
  • wonder -- something so unusual that it causes surprise or amazement
  • calm -- peacefully quiet not excited at all
  • grammar -- the study of the forms of words and of the way they are arranged in sentences
  • different -- not alike anything ever seen
  • starting -- to begin to act, move or happen
  • flower -- the part of a plant that bears the seed and usually has brightly colored petals.
  • dozen -- a group of twelve items or things

Jordan New Page

  • straight -- in proper order.
  • received -- to take or get from someone
  • riddle -- a question or problem that is hard to figure out or understand.
  • piece -- a part that has been cut or torn
  • season -- one of the four parts of the year
  • test -- a set of problems or task.
  • strange -- odd or unusual to look at

Jordan's New Top Ten

  • straight -- on proper order -- in a line
  • grey -- dark, gloomy, or dreary to look at
  • season -- one of the four parts of the year
  • test -- a set of problems or tasks
  • piece -- a part that ws broken cut or torn from something
  • reason -- a cause or motive for doing something
  • received -- to take or get from another
  • riddle -- a question or problem that is hard to gigure out or understand
  • means -- the way that something is or maybe done
  • strange -- odd or unusual to look at or observe

Jordan's Vocabulary Words

  • tickets -- a tag or label that is attached to something to show its price
  • drink -- to swallow a liquid
  • minute -- a moment in time
  • dessert -- a food served at the end of a meal
  • since -- before now
  • million -- one thousand times one thousand
  • educate -- to teach or train
  • penalty -- punishment
  • visit -- to go or come to see
  • bridge -- a raised structure on the deck of a ship
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