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Carieanne's 2nd Grade



School:New Scotland Elementary
Location:Albany NY
Comments:Mrs. Warford's Class



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

Arthur's Reading Race- Ro

  • passion -- do something with energy
  • proficient -- good at something
  • ignore -- not listen on purpose
  • underestimate -- thought it was easier than it really is
  • style -- the way you do something
  • challenge -- hard to do
  • heed -- to listen to a warning
  • dangerous -- not safe

Arthur's Reading Race-Spe

  • win --
  • ran --
  • sat --
  • bag --
  • fin --
  • fill --
  • sit --
  • flag --
  • has --
  • list --

Arthur's Reading Race-Sto

  • sign -- gives information
  • buy -- to get with money
  • know -- understand
  • read -- to make words with letters
  • prove -- show you can do it
  • spy -- to see
  • eat -- put food in mouth
  • eight -- number after seven
  • already -- happened before you knew it
  • police -- people who help us
  • money -- coins bills
  • learned -- been taught

At Play Long Ago and Toda

  • baby --
  • candy --
  • nobody --
  • keyhole --
  • messy --
  • key --
  • funny --
  • chimney --
  • twenty --
  • very --
  • happy --
  • money --
  • sunny --
  • breezy --
  • lady --

At Play Long Ago Vocab

  • ramble -- you wander around
  • housed -- if something is placed or lives somewhere
  • leisurely -- you are not in a hurry
  • archaic -- something is old and not used anymore
  • recreation -- when you do something fun and relaxing
  • recently -- if something happened not long ago
  • nominate -- when you suggest that someone should get an office, job, or honor

Dogs- Robust Vocabulary

  • affinity -- naturally like it
  • assistance -- help
  • position -- the way a person or thing stands, sits or lies down
  • frisky -- lively and playful
  • disability -- keeps you from doing things
  • responsibility -- something you have to take care of
  • depend -- need
  • attached -- connected of feel close

Dogs- Spelling Words

  • keep --
  • beehive --
  • mealtime --
  • please --
  • sleep --
  • clean --
  • teapot --
  • peanut --
  • see --
  • deal --
  • green --
  • eat --
  • seaweed --
  • need --
  • mean --

Dogs- Story Vocabulary

  • special -- not the same as everything else
  • mammals -- animals that make milk for their babies
  • sugar -- sweet white powder
  • sometimes -- not all the time
  • bicycle -- two wheeled, powered by a person
  • exercise -- play to keep our body healthy
  • leash -- rope used to walk a dog

Gus and Grandpa- Robust

  • romp -- move around playfully
  • master -- learn to do something well
  • rickety -- old and shaky
  • impatiently -- upset that you have to wait
  • jubilant -- feeling joyful and happy
  • prying -- opening with a crowbar or other tool
  • defeated -- feel as if you have lost
  • rattling -- making short knocking sounds

Gus and Grandpa- Spelling

  • day --
  • sail --
  • tray --
  • daytime --
  • paint --
  • stay --
  • train --
  • highway --
  • crayon --
  • mail --
  • rain --
  • way --
  • mailbox --
  • raindrop --
  • pay --

Jamaica Louise James- Rob

  • executive -- when someone is a boss in charge of business
  • original -- it is the first of its kind
  • fellow -- describes a person who has something in common with you
  • kin -- all of your family members and relatives
  • filthy -- something is very dirty
  • renowned -- your are famous for something
  • adorn -- you decorate something and make it beautiful

Jamaica Louise James- Spe

  • bathtub --
  • sandwich --
  • shape --
  • show --
  • each --
  • shadow --
  • matchbox --
  • lunch --
  • chop --
  • then --
  • such --
  • starfish --
  • wish --
  • catch --
  • bath --

Lesson 13 Robust Vocab

  • wilting -- when a plant doesn't get enough water, and its leaves start to droop
  • distraught -- the person is very, very unhappy
  • semblance -- when you make a drawing that looks a lot like someone
  • swirling -- something is moving round and round quickly
  • route -- you are going the same way to school or to the store every time
  • flitted -- if something moved quickly from place to place without stopping for long
  • trance -- someone seems to be asleep, but his or her eyes are open
  • improvise -- you make something up as you sing a song or tell a story

Lesson 13 Spelling Words

  • city --
  • space --
  • cage --
  • fireplace --
  • celebrate --
  • dodge --
  • nice --
  • price --
  • central --
  • gymnast --
  • slice --
  • huge --
  • gem --
  • fudge --
  • gentle --

Lesson 14 Robust Vocab

  • habitat -- if a plant or animal lives in a particular place in nature
  • trooped -- to move along with a group of people
  • assortment -- a variety or mixture of things
  • dappled -- something has spots, streaks, or patches of different colors or shades
  • immense -- really big or huge
  • adorable -- something is very cute
  • entranced -- something has delighted or amazed you
  • circling -- something is moving around you

Lesson 14 Spelling Words

  • fur --
  • stir --
  • herd --
  • perfect --
  • purple --
  • burn --
  • turn --
  • learn --
  • birthday --
  • surprise --
  • shirt --
  • bird --
  • third --
  • search --
  • circus --

Neighborhood News- Robust

  • selected -- chosen
  • excitable -- easily worked up
  • flutters -- moves in a light quick way
  • career -- job that needs training
  • location -- place
  • penalty -- punishment
  • announcement -- give new information to a group of people
  • positive -- very sure about something

Neighborhood News- Story

  • everything -- everypart. all
  • hundred -- ten tens
  • special -- not the same as everything else
  • eight -- number after seven
  • guess -- to figure out correctly without being certain
  • sometimes -- not all the time
  • already -- happened before you knew it
  • finally -- at last. after a long time or a long wait
  • prove -- show you can do it
  • through -- in one side and out the other

Neighborhood News-Spellin

  • napkin --
  • seaweed --
  • win --
  • mud --
  • rule --
  • picnic --
  • mistake --
  • has --
  • best --
  • broke --
  • sleep --
  • subject --
  • spot --
  • same --
  • clean --

Sci: People Grow and Chan

  • skeleton -- The bones in your body that give it shape
  • muscles -- The body parts under the skin that produce movement
  • heart rate -- How fast or slowly your heart beats
  • permanent teeth -- Adult teeth that take place of baby teeth
  • heart -- The muscle that pumps blood throughout your body
  • esophagus -- The tube that takes food fro the mouth to the stomach
  • saliva -- The fluid in the mouth that helps break down food
  • stomach -- The body part where food is broken down
  • lungs -- The body part that help you breath
  • digest -- To break down food in your body

Soc. Stud. Where We Live

  • community -- a place where people live, work and play. It is made up of many neighborhoods
  • map key -- tells what symbols on a map mean
  • suburb -- an area located near the city
  • vote -- to make a choice about something
  • symbols -- pictures that stand for things on a map
  • urban -- a city and the places around it
  • capital -- the place where the leaders of a state work
  • law -- a rule that everyone must follow
  • map -- shows where places are
  • history -- the story of people, events and places from the past
  • rural -- an area with small communities called towns that are far apart

Social Studies: Working T

  • goods -- goods are things we make or grow. We can buy goods
  • factory -- a building where people produce or process goods
  • barter -- to trade goods or services for other goods or services without using money
  • income -- income is money that someone earns
  • tax -- tax is money collected by the government used to help pay for things in the commynity
  • transportation -- transportation is a way of moving goods or people from place to place, cars, airplanes, trains
  • services -- jobs that people do to help others are services
  • trade -- when you trade, you are buying, selling or exchanging goods

Trip to the Fire Station

  • mail --
  • extinguish -- completely put something out
  • dark --
  • instantly -- takes almost no time
  • soak --
  • highway --
  • raindrop --
  • light --
  • priorities -- more important than other things
  • barn --
  • efficient -- if a person gets things done quickly and correctly
  • snow --
  • lightning --
  • carload --
  • tie --
  • previous -- has happened before
  • day --
  • hazard -- something that could be dangerous
  • hard --
  • drench -- completely soak something
  • own --
  • starlight --
  • minor -- not very important

Winners Never Quit- Spell

  • weeknight --
  • nightstand --
  • pie --
  • light --
  • bright --
  • tight --
  • sightsee --
  • tie --
  • night --
  • might --
  • lightning --
  • sunlight --
  • high --
  • lie --
  • right --

Winners Never Quit-Robust

  • specially -- made just for you
  • agile -- can move easily and quickly
  • worthwhile -- to think something is important
  • techniques -- to practice a routine or method
  • traction -- what keeps you from sliding
  • competitive -- tries hard to win or be the best
  • struggle -- to try extra hard
  • spectator -- person who watches a game
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