Topics Listing

To help teachers, students, and those who are simply interested in improving their vocabulary, the games on vocabulary.co.il are all organized into categories. Teachers can easily find games to supplement their specific curriculum, and students can discover games that will help them master a specific subject.

A game for the youngest learners is Match Game, where players have fun matching words and pictures. This game contains 15 early-learning topics such as animals, fruit, kitchen items, human body, colors, house, and nature.

The Quiz game is aimed at somewhat older learners, and includes two levels of questions in varying categories such as At the Movies, Fright Night, Opposites and Synonyms, Religion and Philosophy, and World of Science. Players pick a difficulty level and a category and then answer multiple choice vocabulary questions about that .

The four other games on vocabulary.co.il, Unscramble, Word Search, Crossword Puzzle, and Hang Mouse, each use a variety of topics to practice spelling and using vocabulary. The topics are widely varied, and cover many different categories. To aid the users of these games, here is a breakdown of the categories and topics:

Early Learning

Language Arts

Science & Nature

Social Studies

Colors

Verbs

Astronomy

Countries

Directions

English grammar

Flora

Geography

Numbers

homographs

energy

countries

Green things

Heteronyms

Human body

languages

answers

Opposites and synonyms

materials

Legal terms

time

Reading material

chemistry

Government and Civics

Has a hole

contrary’s

dinosaurs

elections

Getting bigger

Triple A Words

geology

currencies

loud

Write

Human bones

architecture

cold

Reading and Writing

Trees

Great inventions

soft

Literary terms

underground

military

white

Triple E words

World of Science

history

sizes

Triple O words

Medical conditions

International relations

summer

Triple I words

psychology

Bodies of water

winter

Italian origin

Staying healthy

USA Presidents

Baby animals

Q words

nature

USA State Capitals

movement

Z words

Periodic table

USA States

Open it

Compound words a-f

Weather

World capitals

party

Compound words g-l

Animal Kingdom

round

Compound words m-r

CSI and forensic science

small

Compound words s-z

Things that fly

palindromes

months

Getting bigger (synonyms)

shapes

Happy (synonyms)

wooden

Speech (synonyms)

Walk on

Praises (synonyms)

movement

Thinking words

Physical description

Community Life

Household/Everyday

Hobbies

Sports and Games

Law and Order

appliances

dance

games

farming

bathroom

Flora

basketball

Large structures

clothing

gardening

football

hospital

furniture

music

Ice hockey

Dental terms

kitchen

Music styles

At the gym

crime

Fabric and cloth

Stamp collecting

soccer

museum

baby

collectibles

baseball

doctors

plumbing

drawing

tennis

Public affairs

Home improvement

sewing

sports

theater

Parts of a house

Musical instruments

occupations

relatives

photography

pharmacy

Cooking in the kitchen

places

family

Post office

Emergency measures

restaurant

Newspaper terms

school

Tool box

baby

Shopping

Business & Finance

Food & Drink

Animals

clothing

banking

drinks

animals

jewelry

Business and money

food

birds

Fabric and cloth

Stock market

desserts

Animal kingdom

Brand names

Marketing & sales

Ice cream flavors

dinosaurs

wearable

nuts

Sea creatures

eyewear

spices

fish

Office supplies

vegetables

Dog breeds

shopping

Baby animals

Lets go shopping

Travel

Mathematics

Psychology

Technology

beach

mathematics

emotions

computers

car

Units of measurement

food

Programming terms

Boating terms

kindness

Word processing

Road trip

Personality traits

Internet

transportation

Programming languages

travel

Religion

Just for Fun

By Grade Level

Biblical cities

funny

Grade 0 Preschool A-H

religion

Disney characters

Grade 0 Preschool I-P

Religion and philosophy

Harry Potter

Grade 0 Preschool Q-Z

Hebrew/Yiddish origin

Fright Night

Grade 00 Kindergarten A-H

Personalities

Grade 00 Kindergarten I-P

Radiotelephony spelling alphabet

Grade 00 Kindergarten Q-Z

Sounds

Grade 1 A-H

Party

Grade 1 I-P

Movies

Grade 1 Q-Z

Star Trek

Grade 2 A-H

What Is My Profession?

Grade 2 I-P

At The Movies

Grade 2 Q-Z

Grade 3 A-F

Grade 3 G-P

Grade 3 Q-Z

Grade 4 A-F

Grade 4 G-P

Grade 4 Q-Z

Grade 5 A-F

Grade 5 G-P

Grade 5 Q-Z

Grade 6 A-F

Grade 6 G-P

Grade 6 Q-Z

Grade 7 A-F

Grade 7 G-P

Grade 7 Q-Z

Grade 8 A-F

Grade 8 G-P

Grade 8 Q-Z

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