Type
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Description

MANIFESTO
MANDOLIN
MALARIA
MAGENTA
MAESTRO
INFLUENZA
INFERNO
ZUCCHINI
VOLCANO
UMBRELLA
STUDIO
CASINO
CARNIVAL
STANZA
SOPRANO
SONNET
SCENARIO
REPLICA
PORTFOLIO
MINIATURE
MASCARA
INDIGO
INCOGNITO
HARMONICA
GROTESQUE
GRANITE
GRAFFITI
GIRAFFE
GHETTO
FRESCO
BALLERINA
EXTRAVAGANZA
CARICATURE
CARAVAN
CANTATA
BANDIT
BALCONY
ARTICHOKE
ARSENAL

fruits and vegetables Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

apples
artichoke
arugula
bananas
beans
beets
black currant
blackberry
blueberries
broccoli
brussel sprouts
cabbage
cantaloupe
carrots
cauliflower
chard
cilantro
corn
eggplant
grapes
kale
lemons
lettuce
limes
nectarines
onions
oranges
papaya
parsley
peaches
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peas
peppers
pineapple
plums
pomegranate
potatoes
prune
radishes
romaine
spinach
star fruit
strawberries
tomatoes
watermelon
zucchini

street art Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

graffiti
plastic
style
aesthetic
scribble
rap
shop
vandalism
collage
spot
stencil
gang
subway
fresco
urbain
graffiti artist
painting
tag
bending
wall

Romeo and Juliet Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

“You kiss by the ________” Book
Romeo’s suicide method. Poison
The Prologue is written in this poetic form. Sonnet
“Do you bite your_________ at us sir?” thumb
Act II scene II is also known as the __________ scene. Balcony
Juliet stabs herself with a __________. dagger
He throws a party in Act One. lord capulet
Where does Romeo go when he is banished? Mantua
Mercutio calls Tybalt the King of ______. cats
Friar Laurence hopes this will end if Romeo and Juliet marry. feud
Who wrote Romeo and Juliet? William Shakespeare
Romeo is ______ after killing Tybalt. banished
Romeo’s last name. Monatgue
Juliet's last name. Capulet
In Act Three, the Nurse tells Juliet she’s better off with __________. paris
He has a speech about Queen Mab. Mercutio
“_________art thou Romeo?” wherefore
“I am ________’s fool!” fortune
This disease caused Friar John to not deliver the letter. plague
Romeo’s love at the beginning of the play. rosaline
Who marries Romeo and Juliet? friar lawrence
Romeo and Juliet are _______________ lovers. starcrossed
Location of the play verona
He and Sampson open the play. gregory
“Then I ________ you stars!” defy
Juliet is closer to her _______ than her mother. nurse

Baroque Music Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Cantata
Suite
Ballet
Oratorio
Opera
Telescope
Foreign Trade
Four Seasons
Water Music
Ave Maria
Messiah
Counterpoint
Contrast
Handel
Vivaldi
Bach

Keith Haring Graffiti Artist Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Subway
Personal Vocabulary
Animal
Signature
Scale
Fluidity of Line
Spray Paint
Drawing
Graffiti Scene
Fine Arts Department
Jean-Michael Basquiat
Kenny Scharf
Greenwich Village
School of Visual Arts
New York City
Andy Warhol
Marilyn Monroe
Hirshorn Museum
Washington, DC
Shapes
Abstract Drawings
Charlie Brown
Charles Schultz
Dr. Seuss
Walt Disney
Cartoon Characters
Drawing
Kermit Oswald
Graffiti Artist
Keith Haring

Marigolds Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Bittersweet longing for things from the past nostalgia
Having no useful result futile
The belief that through hard work one will achieve a comfortable and prosperous life American Dream
Sparing or stingy chary
Profoundly moving or touching poignant
Apparent or supposed ostensible
Something given in repayment usually as a punishment retribution
Indifference to pleasure or pain or a lack of visible emotion stoicism
Stubbornly contrary, wrong, or harmful perverse
A false show of bravery bravado
He or she is lacking strength or vigor impotent
Condition of unrestrained joy exuberance
In Greek and Roman mythology,the furies were three goddesses of vengeance,or revenge Furies
a bizarre and absurdly exaggerated representation of something grotesque caricature
condition of being brought to a lower level or humiliated degradation
A filthy, shabby, and wretched condition, as from poverty squalor

CHOIR Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

fun
decrescendo
crescendo
fermata
forte
piano
flat
sharp
clef
measure
lyrics
voice
diction
barline
arranger
composer
coda
section
rests
notes
staff
sing
concert
program
song
performance
ensemble
baritone
alto
soprano

Aboriginal Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

sacred
dingo
smoke
didjeridu
bullroarer
ants
spears
emu
boomerang
aerial
iron
ochre
clay
teaching
kangaroo
graffiti
bark
dreamtime
dot
lizard
Australian
symbols
ancient stories

Musical Terms Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

instrument
song
tenor
alto
music
piano
treble
key signature
tune
style
musical
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play
lyrics
composers
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soprano
modern
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fortissimo
crescendo
notes
beats
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dynamic
sharp
pitch
tempo
duration
clef
articulation

Colors Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Apricot
Bazaar
Beige
Black
Blue
Camouflage
Chestnut
Copper
Dandelion
Denim
Emerald
Fawn
Fuchsia
Gray
Green
Hazelnut
Iris
Lavender
Lime
Magenta
Marigold
Maroon
Mint
Orange
Peach
Pink
Purple
Red
Scarlet
Silver
Tan
Turquoise
Violet
White
Yellow