Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

Hopi women were in charge of home and family
Hopi trace family through mothers matrilineal
Hopi men in charge of politics, agriculture, war
Music, art, medicine and stories all people
Homes of the Hopi Adobe houses
Hopi men wore kilts and breechcloth
Hopi women wore mantas (cotton dresses)
Hopi shoes Deerskin moccasins
Hopi hair style for men homsoma
Unmarried Hopi woman hair butterfly whorls
Married Hopi women hair two long pigtails
Hopi people wear silver jewelry
religious ceremonies and dances facepainting

Middle Ages Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A system in which lords gave protection to people in return for their service feudalism
A person who receives protection and land from a lord in return for loyalty vassal
An armed, mounted soldier knight
A member of the lowest feudal class serf
Group of people who have been ordained for religious service clegy
An association of trades people guild
A military expedition undertaken by European Christians crusade
A journey to a sacred place pilgrimage
The sacred book of Islam quran
A Muslim house of worship mosque
A Mongol ruler khan
A pack of animals journeying together to transport goods caravan
Tracing descent through the females of the family matrilineal
Tracing descent through the males of the family patrilineal
The relationship among family members kinship

Texas History Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

adobe
aquifer
arid
artifact
basins
bias
canal
century
chronology
citizen
climate
conquistador
council
decade
diversity
drought
elevation
environment
eras
escarpment
executive
federalism
friar
immigrate
judicial
landform
legislative
location
matrilineal
mestizo
middlemen
mission
navigate
patrilineal
plagiarism
plain
plateau
presidio
primary
privateer
province
relative
republic
rural
secondary
source
sovereignty
stockade
tepees
urban
viceroy

Shopping Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Jewelry
Shoes
Baby
Chilrdens
Mens
Womens
Home Improvement
Sporting Goods
Service Center
Pets
Garden Center
Toys
HBA
Pharmacy
Domestics
Housewares
School Supplies
Hardware
Paint
Electronics
Appliances
Softlines
Hardlines
Grocery
Bakery
Deli
Dairy
Frozen
Meats
Produce

Things Fall Apart Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Main character of "Things Fall Apart"; son of Unoka okonkwo
Mother of Ezinma ekwefi
Only child; Okonkwo's favorite child ezinma
Highly respected man; noble warrior; one of the oldest men in the village; has 3 of 4 titles ezeudu
The priestess chielo
When there is a trial, the __________ are the ones who decide what happens egwuwu
Okonkwo's family's village; him and his family flee here mbanta
Evil children who die as infants only to be reborn again ogbanje
Where parents abandon twins Evil forest
Ekwefi has lost _______ children nine
Obierika's daughter; bride-to-be akueke
Since Okonkwo's crime was "female", or inadvertent, they have to flee for _________ years seven
Okonkwo's best friend; helped other men burn down Okonkwo's house and farm obierika
At Akueke's uri, the married women wore their best clothes and the girls wore red and black _______ and anklets of brass waistbeads
After the in-laws arrived with their palm-wine, there were __________ pots in all fifty

Native American crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A portable conical tent Teepee
A formal religious or public occasion. Ceremony
A quality small cylindrical bead Wampum
A chief or leader Sachem
A large open area of grassland Prairie
A natural object or animal Totem
The action or process of adapting or being adapted Adaptation
The action of reserving something Reservation
A rock carving, especially a prehistoric one Petroglyphs
A North American Indian ceremony Pow-wow
The traditional dwelling of the Iroquois and other North American indians Long house
The three main sisters are the three main agricultural crops The three main sisters
A kind of clay used as a building material Adobe
Living the life of a nomadic wondering Nomadic
To spend much time to seated Sedimentary
To exchange for goods or services without using money Barter
The process of taking in fully understanding or ideas Assimilation
A religious or solemn ceremony. Ritual
Overcome, quiten, or under control Subdue
A group of people or a family Tribe

West Africa Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A lake in west Africa which they used for trade NigerRiver
An area of abundant trees and shrubs Woodlandforest
An area of lush vegetation and year-round rainfall rainforest
A desert that is 3,500,000 square miles in North Africa and northern part of West Africa Sahara Desert
An area that has tall grass and scattered trees Savanna
The oldest kingdom of west Africa Ghana
Based on a women's family line Matrilineal
A gold mine only the natives near where it was Wangara
An area were people made salt Taghaza
The kingdom that took down Ghana Mali
The earliest west African kingdom Songhai
Emperor of the most wealthiest kingdom in West Africa Mansa Musa
A piece of jewelry or other object that provided protection against bad luck, evil, illness and injury Amulet
Inheritance of the right to rule Succession
Based on man's family line Patrilineal

Native American Tribes Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

They live in a movable grass hut called ________ (Karankawa) Wikiups
They use this tool to hunt bison (karankawa) Bow and Arrow
A system in wich you inheret the position of chief (karankawa) Hereditary
They created this type of canoe (karankawa) Dugout Canoe
They lived on flat land near water with good irrigation (karankawa) Coastal Plains
This tribe lives in a place with mountains (jumano) Mountains and basins
They made their shelters out of adobes. Their house is called a ______ (jumano) Pueblo
They farmed their food so therefore they are ______ (jumano) Farmers
Adobes are _______ (jumano) Clay bricks
They live in modern day _______ (jumano) El paso
They lived in modern day _________ (caddo) Southeast region
They live in huts made of_________ (caddo) Wood
The caddo tribe didnt move around they ______ (caddo) Stayed in place
Women farmed men _______ (caddo) Hunted
What state in the us has a name that comes from the caddo word friends (caddo) Texas
They live on a broad expanse of flat land near the missisipi river called _______ (comanche) Great Plains
They live in homes that hold up to 4 people called a ________ (comanche, Tipi
They are hunter _________ (comanche) Gatherers
Hunted __________ year round (comanche) Buffalo
Got _______ from the spanish Horses

Settlement & Native Americans Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Canoe
Cornhusk Dolls
Breechcloths
Annuity
Assimilation
Choctaw
Displacement
Headdress
Indian Reservations
Longhouse
Moccasins
Mohawk
Navajo
Seneca
Settlement
Sioux
Spokane
Teepee
Toli
Trail of Tears

Properties of the Hair and Scalp Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Alopecia
Bulb
Cowlick
Hair elasticity
Hair follicle
Hair porosity
Hydrogen bond
Keratin
Melanin
Monilethrix
Pediculodis capitis
Postpartum alopecia
Proteins
Root
Sebum
Shaft
Trichology
Trichoptilosis
Wave pattern
Whorl

Shakespeare & Elizabethan Era Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Shakespeare's place of birth. Stratford
Name of Shakespeare's wife. AnneHathaway
Shakespeare's most famous play. RomeoandJuliet
The movie 'She's the man' is based on this play. TwelfthNight
The most famous playwright during the Elizabethan times. ChristopherMarlowe
A famous actor who performs for Shakespeare and their group. RichardBurbage
This colour is a sign of royalty. Purple
In Elizabethan times, where did one get the dye of the colour of royalty from? seasnails
When were plays held? afternoon
What did clothes represent? socialstatus
How much did groundlings pay to watch a performance at the theatre? penny
Women fixed their hair with a wire frame that formed a __________ shape during the Elizabethan times. heart
What were the toilets called in that period of time? chamberpots
The Black Death is also known as the _______________ . Plague
Men and women wore ______________ that were influenced by Spanish couture. highcollars
How was the Black Death spread? fleas
Where did the costumes for the performances come from? richbenefactors
Who played a woman's part in a play? men
What was the number one job for women during the Elizabethan era? marriage
The punishment for women who gossiped too much were put in a brank, paraded around town and ________________. whipped
The name of one of Shakespeare's relatives who was arrested and executed for plotting against Queen Elizabeth. WilliamArden
What was the name of Shakespeare's son who died in 1596? Hamnet
A story of a person's life written in the words of another person. biography
What was Shakespeare's first name? William