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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Word Search

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Chocolate River
Great Glass Elevator
Nut Room
Inventing Room
Fudge Room
Roald Dahl
Mr. Bucket
Mrs. Bucket
Mrs. Teevee
Mrs. Gloop
Grandpa Joe
Violet Beauregarde
Augustus Gloop
Mike Teevee
Golden Ticket
Veruca Salt
Charlie Bucket
Oompa Loompa
Willy Wonka
Chocolate Factory

willy wonka Word Search

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0ompa loompas
square candies
squirrels
mike teavee
veruca salt
whipple scrumptious
violet
golden tickets
children
television
glass elevator
chocolate
augustus gloop
factory
charlie

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Owner of the Chocolate Factory Willy Wonka
The factory helpers oompa loompas
The greedy boy that eats far too much Augustus Gloop
Charlie's surname Bucket
The soup that the Bucket family eat every night cabbage
The boy with the gadgets Mike Teavee
Spoilt Veruca Salt
Blueberry Violet Beauregarde
Colour if the ticket Golden
Grandpa that accompanied Charlie Joe
Where the chocolate helpers are imported from Loompaland
What do they travel to Charlie's house in? glass elevator

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Bingo Cards

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Golden Ticket
Willy Wonka
Wonka Bar
Charlie
Grandpa Joe
Bad Egg
Glass Elevator
Chocolate River
Gobstoppers
Violet
Mike
Veruca
Augustus
Chocolate Palace
Inventing Room
Oompa-Loopas
Blueberry
Gum
Slugworth
Television
Snozzberry
Scrumdiddlyumptious
Eggdicator
Chocolate

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Charlie & The Chocolate Factory Crossword Puzzle by Logan Maretti

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Charlies last name Bucket
Mr. Bucket's factory makes this (used to brush teeth) Toothpaste
Charlies family ate this type of soup Cabbage
How Charlie got to school Walking
Owner of the Chocolate Factory Willy Wonka
Charlies grandparents faces were ________ Shriveled
Type of ticket Charlie won Golden
Charlies family was very _____ Poor
They love eating crushed green caterpillars Oompa Loompa
The heart of the business was the ____ room Chocolate
Girl who got everything she wants Veruca
Gigantic Machine Gum Machine
Willy Wonka's Greatest Invention Chewing Gum Meal
What animals were in the Nut Room? Squirrels
Writer of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Roald Dahl
The Great ______ Elevator Glass
Charlies grandpas hands were ______ bony
Color of the boat on the Chocolate River Pink
First boy to find a Golden Ticket Augustus Goop
Charlie followed the _______ rules

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Word Scramble

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Charlie Bucket
Mike Tevee
Violet Beauregarde
Veruca Salt
Augustus Gloop
Grandpa Joe
Willy Wonka
Oompa Loompa
Chocolate
Everlasting gobstoppers
Factory
Golden Ticket
Prince Podicherry
Cabbage Soup

Willy Wonka Bingo

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inventing room
fudge
golden ticket
veruca salt
oompa loompa
yummy
Augustus Gloop
Grandpa Joe
Violet Beauregarde
marshmallow
gobstopper
chocolate
scrumdiddlyumptious
ice cream
jaw breaker
charlie
prize
factory
willy wonka
butterscotch
family
blueberry
squirrel
snozzberry
slugworth
edible
crazy
tunnel
hat

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SILLY WONKA WORD SEARCH

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Wishes
Grandma Josephine
Lollipop
Eggdicator
Bar
Snozzberry
Scrumdiddlyumptious
Gobstopper
Chocolate Factory
Candy
Grandma Georgina.
Grandpa George
Grandpa Joe
Oompa - Loompa,
Mike Teavee
Violet Beauregarde
Veruca Salt,
Augustus Gloop
Golden Ticket
Charlie Bucket
Willy Wonka

Psychology Chapter 5 Crossword

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A relatively enduring change in behavior or thinking that results from experiences Learning
A basic form of learning evident when an organism does not respond as strongly or as often to an event following multiple exposures to it. Habituation
An event or occurance that generally leads to a response Stimulus
a stimulus that does not cause a relevant automatic or reflexive response. Neutral Stimulus
A stimulus that automatically triggers an involuntary response without any learning needed. Uncondition Stimulus
Learning process in which two stimuli become associated with each other; when an originally neutral stimulus is condition to elicit an involuntary response. Classical Conditioning
A reflexive, involuntary response to an unconditioned stimulus. Unconditioned Response
A previously neutral stimulus that an organism learns to associate with an unconditioned stimulus. Conditioned Stimulus
A learned response to a conditioned stimulus Conditioned Response
The initial learning phase in both classical and operant conditioning Acquisiton
The tendency for stimuli similar to the conditioned stimulus to elicit the conditioned response. Stimulus Generalization
The ability to differentiate between a conditioned stimulus and other stimuli sufficiently different from it. Stimulus Discrimination
In classical conditioning the process by which the CR decreases after repeated exposure to the CS in the absence of the US; in operant conditioning the disappearance of the learned behavior through the removal of it’s reinforce. Extinction
The reappearance of a conditioned response following its extinction Spontaneous Recovery
With repeated pairings of a conditions stimulus and a neutral stimulus, the second neutral stimulus becomes a conditioned stimulus as well. Higher Order Conditioning
A form of classical conditioning that occurs when an organism learns to associate the taste of a particular goof or drink with illness. Conditioned Taste Aversion
The degree to which a trait or behavior helps an organism survive. Adaptive Value
The tendency for animals to be predisposed or incline to from associations Biological Preparedness
An emotional reaction acquired through classical conditioning; process by which an emotional reaction becomes associated with a previously neutral stimulus. Conditioned Emotional Response
Thorndike’s principle stating that behaviors are more likely to be repeated when followed by pleasurable outcomes, and those followed by something unpleasant are less likely to be repeated. Law of Effect
Consequences, such as events or objects, that increase the likelihood of a behavior reoccurring. Reinforcers
Process by which an organism learns to associate a voluntary behavior with its consequences. Reinforcement
the scientific study of observable behavior Behaviorism
the use of reinforces to guide behavior to the acquisition of a desired, complex behavior Shaping
A method of shaping that uses reinforces to condition a series of small steps that gradually approach the target behavior. Successive Approximations
The tendency for animals to revert to instinctual behaviors after a behavior pattern has been learned. Instinctive Drift
The process by which reinforces are added or presented following a targeted behavior, increasing the likelihood of it occurring again. Positive Reinforcement
The removal of an unpleasant stimulus following a target behavior, which increases the likelihood of it occurring again. Negative Reinforcement
A reinforce that satisfies a biological need, such as food, water, physical contact; innate reinforce. Primary Reinforcer
Reinforces that do not satisfy biological needs but often gain their power through their association with primary reinforces. Secondary Reinforcer
A schedule of reinforcement in which every target behavior is reinforced Continuous Reinforcement
A schedule of reinforcement in which target behaviors are reinforced intermittently, not continuously. Partial Reinforcement
The tendency for behaviors acquired through intermittent reinforcement to be more resistant to extinction than those acquired through continuous reinforcement. Partial Reinforcement Effect
A schedule in which the subject must exhibit a predetermined number of desired behaviors before a reinforcer is given. Fixed-Ratio Schedule
A schedule in which the number of desired behaviors that must occur before a reinforcer is given changes across trials and is based on an average number of behaviors to be reinforced. Variable-Ratio Schedule
A schedule in which the number of desired behaviors that must occur before a reinforcer is given changes across trials and is based on an average number of behaviors to be reinforced. Variable-Ratio Schedule
A schedule in which the reinforcer comes after a pre-established interval of times goes by: the behavior is only reinforced after the given interval is over. Fixed-Interval Schedule

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory!!! Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Finder of the Fifth Ticket Charlie
Mr. Bucket's Father Grandpa Joe
What is only found once a year in the Bucket household Chocolate
He loves to eat Augustus
He loves watching T.V. Mike
She loves to chew gum Violet
She is spoiled and wants whatever she sees Veruca
Owner of the Chocolate Factory Willy Wonka
Mother of Mrs. Bucket Grandma Georgina
Father of Mrs. Bucket Grandpa George
The most important room in the factory Inventing Room
The nerve center of the whole factory Chocolate Room
What the whole world was looking for Golden Ticket
Mother of Mr. Bucket Grandma Josephine