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Synonyms for seesaw

to lean suddenly, unsteadily, and erratically from the vertical axis

Synonyms for seesaw

a plaything consisting of a board balanced on a fulcrum

ride on a plank

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move up and down as if on a seesaw

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move unsteadily, with a rocking motion

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By uploading their work to Seesaw the teacher was able to monitor who had completed the task and determine who may need further support or extension with identifying story components and retelling stories.
But, as Seesaw is so flexible and convenient, its use in the classroom can seamlessly be modified for your existing activities, projects and units of work.
Seesaw is a high-end fashion destination founded in 2004.
However, high yielding property in such areas as Splott, Adamstown or Rumney in Cardiff (so the seesaw arm with yield on it goes up on one side) will suffer from low capital growth (so the other arm with capital growth on the seesaw goes down).
savoured -d+n -n+d -d+n) a good definition of the first word savoured (and inspiration for the whole seesaw concept)
Nutritionists have labelled this the "sugar-fat seesaw.
On the Seesaw Bridge" is an imported children's picturebook from Japan.
Yes, Ida the cider-sipping spider, There beside o' me by the Mississippi, Sipping cider through a straw Sitting on a Mississippi seesaw.
Brent crude futures finished slightly higher in seesaw trading, with investors concerned about violence in Greece and uncertainty surrounding the IEA's emergency oil release plan.
Offenders forced entry to a paddock overnight on May 9 and removed a bumble-bee spring seesaw and a donkey, valued at pounds 2,500.
THE PARENTS of a boy who broke his skull after falling off a seesaw are taking legal action against Kirklees Council.
Gibson wrote a dozen plays, including the Tony-winning "Two for the Seesaw," but would be forever known for "The Miracle Worker" First written for television, the story of a young Keller forging a relationship with her teacher, Annie Sullivan, made its Broadway debut in 1959.
A Midland businessman has devised a way to help remote African villages generate energy for schools by harnessing the power of children playing seesaw.
This stunt requires a performer with a larger mass to jump onto one end of the seesaw while a person with a smaller mass stands on the other end.
Four concept cartoon books have been written by the Naylors (2000a, 2000b, 2000c, 2000d): The snowman's coat and other science questions, The seesaw and other science questions, Bungee jumpers and other science questions and The upside down seeds and other science questions.