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Painter's Kids



School:Bauder Elementary
Location:Fort Collins
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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

Unit 2 Week 1

  • research --
  • murky --
  • transferred --
  • specimens --
  • biology --
  • observer --
  • dormant --
  • scoured --

Unit 2 Week 4

  • inflate -- to cause to swell by filling with air or gas
  • hydrogen -- a light gas that burns easily
  • companion -- a person or animal that spends time with someone
  • anchored -- held firmly in place
  • launched -- started in motion or sent off
  • particles -- small bits of something
  • scientific -- having to do with or used in science
  • dense -- thick or packed closely together

Unit 2 Week 5

  • destruction -- damage or ruin
  • damages -- the results of something harmful
  • atmosphere -- the layer of gases surrounding the Earth
  • surge -- a great burst
  • property -- anything owned by a person or a group
  • available -- easy to get to or ready to be used
  • contact -- when things touch each other

Unit 2 weeks 2 and 3

  • investigating --
  • vibrates --
  • alert --
  • survive --
  • conquer --
  • predators --
  • lunging --
  • surroundings --
  • insight --
  • inhibit --
  • prey --
  • species --
  • observed --

Unit 3 Week 1

  • accompany -- to go with
  • burdens -- loads of things you carry
  • delicacies -- rare and delicious foods
  • wares -- things that someone sells
  • dismiss -- let a person go
  • instruct -- to teach someone
  • descend -- move from a higher place to a lower place
  • appreciation -- a feeling of thankfulness
  • intentions -- plan to act a certain way
  • treasurer -- someone who takes care of the money for a group
  • consent -- to give permission
  • educate -- to teach or train someone
  • despair -- lack all hope
  • merchandise -- anything that someone buys and sells to make money
  • seek -- to look for something
  • unfortunate -- unlucky

Unit 3 Week 3

  • preserve --
  • generations --
  • globe --
  • amusing --
  • reveal --

Unit 3 Week 4

  • detected -- to discover or notice something
  • transmission -- a message sent to someone
  • tasks -- jobs or chores
  • invasion -- when many people or things suddenly enter an area
  • urgency -- to believe you need to act quickly
  • corridor -- long, narrow hallway
  • pursuit -- to chase after something or someone
  • enlisted -- join the military voluntarily
  • recover -- to become healthy after being sick
  • location -- a specific place
  • previous -- to come before another thing
  • shield -- to protect or cover something
  • consulted -- to ask someone for information
  • reservation -- land set aside for a special purpose
  • proceeded -- to carry out an action; to move forward
  • creased -- lined, folded, or wrinkled

Unit 3 Week Four

  • proceeded --
  • creased --
  • consulted --
  • reservation --
  • previous --
  • shield --
  • recover --
  • location --
  • pursuit --
  • enlisted --
  • urgency --
  • corridor --
  • tasks --
  • invasion --
  • detected --
  • transmission --

Unit 3 Week One

  • seek --
  • wares --
  • descend --
  • instruct --
  • consent --
  • appreciation --
  • intentions --
  • merchandise --
  • accompany --
  • treasurer --
  • delicacies --
  • unfortunate --
  • dismiss --
  • burdens --
  • despair --
  • educate --

Unit 3 Week Three

  • preserve -- to keep from being lost
  • generations -- different age groups in a family
  • globe -- a model of the Earth
  • amusing -- something that makes you laugh or smile
  • reveal -- to show or tell something

Unit 4 Week 5

  • coordination -- the ability to balance and move different parts of the body
  • fused -- blended; stuck together
  • frustrated -- angry over not being able to do something
  • scenery -- beautiful parts of nature
  • ease -- to move slowly and carefully
  • supervise -- to watch over
  • bundle -- group of items held together
  • guaranteed -- promised

Unit 5 Week 2

  • vastness -- an area large in size
  • presence -- being in a place at a certain time
  • ravine -- a deep, narrow valley
  • enthusiasm -- An interest in something
  • horizon -- where sky seems to meet land
  • distinct -- when something is special or noticeable
  • swerved -- to go around something quickly
  • suspended -- when something/someone seems to float

Unit 5 Week 4

  • posed -- to hold a position
  • elected -- chosen to do something
  • sauntered -- to walk slowly
  • impress -- to have a strong influence
  • original -- one of a kind
  • wring -- to hold tightly and twist
  • advertisement -- an ad to promote a product
  • commenced -- to start something

Unit Four Week 5

  • guaranteed --
  • bundle --
  • supervise --
  • ease --
  • scenery --
  • frustrated --
  • fused --
  • coordination --

Unit One Week One

  • approached -- to walk towards something
  • fare -- money paid to ride in a vehicle
  • spectacular -- remarkable; fabulous
  • scald -- to burn with hot liquid or steam
  • clenched -- to squeeze or close together tightly
  • permission -- allowed to do something
  • blurted -- to say something out loud without thinking

Unit One Week One Vocab

  • spectacular --
  • fare --
  • permission --
  • scald --
  • autograph --
  • clenched --
  • approached --
  • blurted --

Unit Two Week Five

  • available --
  • contact --
  • destruction --
  • damages --
  • atmosphere --
  • surge --
  • property --

Unit Two Week One

  • dormant -- quiet or not active for a period of time
  • research -- careful study to find facts
  • murky -- too dark or cloudy to see through
  • biology -- the study of living things
  • transferred -- to be moved to a different place
  • specimens -- parts of a whole group
  • scoured -- cleaned, cleared, or worn away
  • observer -- a person who watches in a careful way

Unit Two Weeks 2 and 3

  • prey -- an animal caught by another animal for food
  • survive -- remain alive
  • alert -- paying attention
  • conquer -- to achieve victory through great force or effort
  • lunging -- sudden forward movement
  • predators -- animals that hunt other animals and eat them
  • species -- a group of animals or plants that share similarities
  • investigating -- to look closely at someone or something
  • observed -- watch closely or carefully
  • vibrates -- move back and forth or up and down very fast
  • surroundings -- conditions and objects around something or someone
  • inhibit -- to hold back or stop
  • insight -- to understand the importance of an event or situation

Week Two Unit Four

  • companion --
  • anchored --
  • launched --
  • particles --
  • scientific --
  • dense --
  • inflate --
  • hydrogen --
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