Type
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tastier
painter
writer
rougher
softer
runner
teacher
quicker
shorter
thinner
smaller
thicker
taller
slower
larger
faster
worker
player
dancer

COMPARATIVE FORMS OF ADJECTIVES Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

SHIER
WISER
ANGRIER
SMARTER
RICHER
CLOSER
COLDER
WIDER
YOUNGER
DARKER
BUSIER
LIGHTER
EASIER
BETTER
WORSE
HARDER
OLDER
FASTER
GREATER
LONGER
SOFTER
HOTTER
BIGGER
CALMER
CHEAPER
CLEANER
FATTER
HAPPIER
HEAVIER
LARGER
LAZIER
NICER
PRETTIER
SHORTER
SICKER
SMALLER
STRONGER
TALLER
THINNER
UGLIER

music terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

sung or played without accompaniment A capella
getting faster in speed accelerando
A little faster than adagio adagietto
(at ease)gracefully adagio
agitated agitato
(joyful)lively, moderately fast alegro
slightly slower than allegro;a little joyful allegretto
(walking faster than adaio;at a walking pace andante
animated;with energy andante
with spirit con brio
with love;tenderly con amore
with fire; in a harsh manner con fuoco
with movement con moto
growing louder slowly crescendo
from the beginning;D.C. go back to beginning and finish where fine is da capo
shrinking; becoming softer decrescendo
to the sing:D.S.to back to the sing dalsegno
dividing Divisi
suffix that means "a little" -etto
sweetly doice
(stopped) marks a note to be held fermatta
very strong:very loud grazioso
little by little poco a poco
key signifying a happy or upbeat tone major

Comparative and Superlative Adjectives Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

earlier
easier
funniest
harder
larger
largest
longer
nicer
older
oldest
prettier
prettiest
smaller
smallest
Taller
youngest

Career Wordsearch

Type
Word Search
Description

Artist
Banker
builder
carpenter
cashier
clerk
cook
dentist
doctor
driver
engineer
farmer
firefighter
lawyer
manager
mechanic
nurse
painter
pilot
secretary
teacher
toolmaker
waiter
writer
zookeeper

List#20: Suffixes - Words Ending With er and est Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

smallest
smaller
coldest
colder
fastest
faster
biggest
bigger
longest
longer

CELL UNIT CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Type
Crossword
Description

PROTECTS AND SUPPORTS THE CELL CELL WALL
CONTROLLES MOVEMENT OF MATERIAL IN AND OUT OF A CELL CELL MEMBRANE
IT'S CALLED "BRAIN OF THE CELL" NUCLEUS
IT'S MUCH LARGER IN PLANT CELLS VACUOLE
IT BREAKS DOWN SUGER TO REALEASE ENERGY "POWER HOUSE" MITOCHONDRIA
CELL HIGH WAY SMOOTH ER
TRANSPORTS PROTIEN UNLIKE THE SMOOTH ER ROUGH ER
USES ENERGY FROM THE SUN CHLOROPLAST
A JELLY LIKE SUBSTANCE CYTOPLASM
SIESES PROTEIN RIBOSOME
CHANGES PROTIEN MADE BY CELLS GOLGI BODY
TRANSPORTS THINGS FROM THE ER TO THE GOLGI BODY GOLGI VESICLES
THE CENTER OF THE MICROTUBULES CENTROSOME
SEPARATES CHROMISOME DURING MITOSIS CENTRIOLES
BREAKS DOWN FOOD TO BE SMALLER LYSOSOME
"CONVEYER BELTS" MICROTUBULES

Plant Cell Parts Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Nuclear Membrane
cell wall
cytoplasm
vesicle
cytoskeleton
nucleolus
smooth er
Rough er
Nucleus
ribosomes
mitochondria
lysosomes
vacuole
cell membrane

Animal & Plant Cell Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Cell Membrane
Cell Wall
Chloroplast
Cytoplasm
Glucose
Golgi Body
Lysosome
MItochondria
Nucleolus
Nucleus
Ribosomes
Rough ER
Smooth ER
Vacuole

Music Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Sung or played without accompaniment A Capella
Getting faster in speed accelerando
A little faster than adagio Adagietto
(At ease) Gracefully adagio
Aditated Agitado
(Joyful) Lively, moderately fast alegro
Slightly slower than allegro, a little joyful allegretto
(walking) faster than adagio; a little joyful andante
animated; with energy animato
with love; tenderly con amore
with spirt con brio
with fire; in harsh manner con fuoco
with movement con moto
a work for one or more solo instruments accompanied by orchestra concerto
growing louder slowly crescendo
from the beginning; D.C. go back to beginning and finish where fine is da capo
to the sign; D.C. to back to the sign dal segno
shrinking; becoming softer decrescendo
divided divisi
sweetly dolce
suffix that means "a little" -etto
(stopped) marks a note to be held fermatta
very strong; very loud fortissimo
strong; loud forte
with charm grazioso
a little bit slow; not as slow as largo larghetto
(broad) slow and dignified largo
(slow) lento
but not as much Ma non troppo
majestic; stately maestoso
less; used with other terms meno
moderately loud mezzo forte
moderately soft mezzo piano
mysteriously misterioso
very; much; used with other terms molto
very gentle; very soft pianissimo
gentle; soft in volume piano
more; used with other terms piu

Human Skeleton Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

bony structure that forms the head in most vertebrates. It supports the structures of the face and provides a protective cavity for the brain. skull
the jaw or a jawbone, especially the lower jawbone in mammals and fishes. mandible
technical term for collarbone. clavicle
technical term for shoulder blade. scapula
part of the body of a mammal between the neck and the abdomen, including the cavity enclosed by the ribs, breastbone, and dorsal vertebrae, and containing the chief organs of circulation and respiration; the chest. thorax
the long bone in the upper arm humerus
commonly known as the breastbone, is a long, narrow flat bone that serves as the keystone of the rib cage and stabilizes the thoracic skeleton sternum
also known as the vertebral column or spinal column spine
thinner and longer of the two bones in the human forearm ulna
ither the lower part of the trunk of the human body between the abdomen and the thighs pelvis
thicker and shorter of the two bones in the human forearm. radius
large wedge shaped vertebra at the inferior end of the spine. sacrum
small, triangular bone at the base of the spinal column in humans and some apes, formed of fused vestigial vertebrae. coccyx
group of small bones between the main part of the forelimb and the metacarpus in terrestrial vertebrates. carpus
group of five bones of the hand between the wrist (carpus) and the fingers. metacarpus
another term for phalanx phalange
bone of the thigh or upper hind limb, articulating at the hip and the knee. femur
the kneecap. patella
inner and typically larger of the two bones between the knee and the ankle (or the equivalent joints in other terrestrial vertebrates), parallel with the fibula. tibia
long, thin and lateral bone of the lower leg. fibula