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Word Search
Description

fried
pennies
tried
parties
flies
stories
hurried
puppies
crired
cities

Changing Final 'y' to 'i' Word Search

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Word Search
Description

libraries
countries
very
pretty
ponies
spied
babies
carried
fried
pennies
tried
parties
flies
stories
hurried
puppies
cried
cities

Lesson 22 Words Word Search

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Word Search
Description

libraries
countries
very
pretty
ponies
spied
babies
carried
fried
pennies
tried
parties
flies
stories
hurried
puppies
cried
cities

Spelling Words Long e spelled y Word Search

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Word Search
Description

only
noisy
sorry
many
tiny
city
penny
carry
sunny
funny
puppy
very
baby
pretty
happy

Jenna's Homework Word Search

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Word Search
Description

libraries
countries
ponies
spied
babies
carried
fried
parties
flies
hurried
puppies
cried
cities
pennies
pretty
tired
stories

Y as Long e and Long i Word Search

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Word Search
Description

testify
notify
deny
angry
rely
pretty
dry
fly
windy
easy
cry
jelly
happy
sky
whiny
try
sly
rainy
puppy
candy
envy
by
shy
my
sunny
shiny
penny
any
busy
Why

Flower Garden Mixup Word Search

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Word Search
Description

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carried
Cities
countries
cried
flies
fried
holiness
hurried
libraries
parties
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ponies
pretty
puppies
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spied
stories
tried
very

Y words Word Search

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Description

flies
spies
fries
cries
skies
dries
tries
Reply
Spy
Fry
Sky
Dry
Try
Cry
Fly

y and ie words Bingo Cards

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Bingo Cards
Description

cry
crying
try
trying
sky
why
drying
tie
pie
frying
kind
unkind
unkindest
flying
lie
Jacob
Fly Guy
Guy
my
March
February
snow
speak
cake

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'-ied' words Word Search

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Description

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varied
tidied
scurried
married
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carried
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cried
bullied
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Of Mice and Men Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

An aging ranch handyman Candy
The only female character in the story Curley's Wife
Gets his name from his crooked back Crooks
Lennie's caretaker George
The boss’s son Curley
What does Lennie take out of his pocket that gets him yelled at by George? Dead Mouse
Where does the story take place? California
What does Lennie want with his dinner in the first chapter that they don't have? ketchup
What is Lennie most excited about when George and him get their farm? Rabbits
Who is the protagonist? George
Where do most of the workers hangout after work? local brothel
Who kills Curley's wife? Lennie
Who gives Lennie the puppy? Slim
Who kills Lennie? George
Who shoots Candy's dog? Carlson
Lennie tells Curley's wife he likes petting soft things, so she let's him touch her________? hair
Where does Lennie try to hide the puppy and Curley's wife? hay
What time period does the book take place in? 1930
What tense is the story told in? past
One of the major themes in the story is________? American Dream