Bauder Bucks 5th grade

School:Bauder Elementary
Location:Fort Collins

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 2 - Week 5

  • surge -- a sudden rush or burst
  • available -- it is able or ready to be obtained
  • destruction -- great damage or ruin
  • property -- anything owned by a person or group
  • atmosphere -- the blanket of air that covers the Earth
  • contact -- two things that touch each other

Unit 2 Week 4

  • dense -- thick or packed closely together
  • companion -- a person or animal that keeps somebody company
  • particles -- small bits or pieces of an element
  • anchored -- held firmly in place
  • inflate -- cause to swell by filling with air or gas
  • hydrogen -- a light gas that burns easily

Unit 3 Week 1

  • instruct -- to teach
  • appreciation -- gratitude or thanks
  • merchandise -- refers to goods, or items that are bought and sold
  • burdens -- items that are carried, often they are heavy
  • unfortunate -- unlucky or regrettable
  • treasurer -- a person who keeps track of money coming and going in a business
  • educate -- to train or teach
  • wares -- goods or items for sale

Unit 3 Week 2

  • consented -- to give permission or agree to
  • dismiss -- to send away
  • descended -- moved from a higher place to a lower place
  • delicacies -- rare and delicious foods
  • despair -- lack of hope
  • accompany -- to go with someone
  • intentions -- plans to act in a certain way
  • seek -- to look for

Unit 3 Week 3

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

Unit 3 Week 4

  • tasks -- jobs or chores
  • proceeded -- carried out an action or before
  • detected -- discovered or noticed
  • recover -- to become healthy again or return to normal
  • consulated -- asked for information or advice
  • previous -- come before another thing

Unit 3 Week 5

  • invasion -- armed forces entering a region to conquer it
  • corridor -- a long narrow passageway
  • transmission -- message or information sent
  • enlisted -- volunteered to join the military
  • shield -- a person or thing used to protect against danger
  • reservation -- set aside for future use

Unit 4 Week 1

  • treacherous -- full of danger
  • uninhabited -- no one lives there
  • dismantled -- taken apart
  • abandon -- give it up or leave it forever
  • frigid -- very cold weather
  • labor -- work
  • triumph -- victorious or sucessful
  • expedition -- a trip for exploring or studying

Unit 4 Week 2

  • adjusted -- changed or arranged differently
  • gravity -- a force that pulls objects on Earth
  • disasters -- events that cause distruction
  • zone -- an area or space that has a special rule or use
  • mission -- special task or assignment
  • environment -- surrounds that include air, water, and land

Unit 4 Week 3

  • impact -- one thing hits another very hard
  • survived -- to stay alive
  • supplies -- items you need to live or do a job
  • violent -- powerful, destroys
  • involved -- to be a part of something

Unit 4 Week 4

  • robot -- programmed to do a job like a human
  • meteor -- piece of rock from space
  • dangling -- hanging or swinging loosely
  • tokens -- pieces that mark your place on a game board
  • defective -- has a flaw or weakness
  • reversed -- move in the opposite direction
  • rotated -- turn around a central point or axis
  • staggered -- swayed or walked unsteadily

Unit 4 Week 5

  • coordination -- parts working together well
  • bundle -- a goup of items held together
  • frustrated -- feeling of discouragement
  • scenery -- sights of a place or region
  • supervise -- watch over or direct
  • ease -- to move slowly and carefully
  • fused -- blended or united
  • guaranteed -- make sure or certain

Unit 5 Week 1

  • obvious -- easily understood, found or seen
  • projects -- tasks a person or group completes
  • eldest -- the person you has the greatest age
  • refuge -- a place to go for safety or protection
  • detested -- strongly disliked
  • depicts -- to describe something or someone using pictures or words
  • ignored -- when you have pretended not to notice something
  • obedience -- willingness to follow the rules for another person or group

Unit 5 week 2

  • ravine -- a deep narrow valley usually formed by flowing water
  • suspended -- appears to hang or float
  • horizion -- the line where the sky and ground seem to meet
  • swerved -- to turn suddenly
  • enthusiasm -- an interest in something
  • presence -- refers to being in a place at a certain time
  • vastness -- refers to the large size of an area

Unit 5 week 3

  • naturalist -- a person who studies nature
  • combined -- being joined together or united
  • diverse -- different from one another
  • instill -- to put in or introduce little by little
  • vacant -- empty or not occupied

Unit 5 week 4

  • posed -- holding still in one position
  • commenced -- to start or begin
  • suantered -- to have walked slowly or leaisurely into a room
  • advertisement -- a public notice that reccomends a product or service
  • elected -- chosen by voters
  • wring -- to hold onto tightly and twist
  • impress -- to have a strong effect on that person

Unit 5 Week 5

  • submit -- to give in to someone's power
  • postpone -- to delay or schedule another time
  • satisfactory -- good enough but not outstanding
  • representative -- a person chosen to speak for others
  • attorney -- acts for another person in legal matter
  • colonel -- a rank of military officer
  • qualify -- to make or become fit for a certain kind of work
  • notion -- an idea or belief
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