Type
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Description

The capital of Poland Warsaw
Polish sea Baltic
River flowing through Warsaw Vistula
The winter capital of Poland Zakopane
City on the Vistula, former capital of Poland Cracow
Hi painted many valuable paintings John Matejko
Polish pope John Paul 2
Polish composer and pianist Frederic Chopin
Polish physicist and chemist received the Nobel Prize Marie Curie
President who received the Nobel Peace Prize Lech Walesa
Polish mountain range Tatry
Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus

Women's History Month Crossword

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Crossword
Description

This woman, born in Alexandria, Egypt circa 350, was an astronomer, philosopher, and the first woman to make a substantial contribution to the development of mathematics. Hypatia
This mathematician submitted mathematical papers under a male name, but was later able to reveal her identity and became the first woman to win a prize from the French Academy of Sciences. Sophie Germain
This English woman is now acknowledged as the world's first computer program. Ada Lovelace
This mathematician is quoted as saying "it is impossible to be a mathematician without being a poet in soul" Sofia Kovalevskaya
Albert Einstein called this woman "the most significant creative mathematical genius thus far produced since the higher education of women began." Emmy Noether
This chemist and physicist discovered several new elements and radioactivity. Marie Curie
This activist founded her own newspaper and was the first woman to publicly wear pants in Puerto Rico. Luisa Capetillo
This politician was the first African-American woman elected to the US House of Representatives, and made an unprecedented bid for the presidency in 1972. Shirley Chisholm
This artist drew on her own life's tragedies and the tradition of Mexican folk art in her paintings, which still captivate viewers today. Frida Kahlo
This author became the first African-American woman to win the Nobel Prize in literature. Toni Morrison
This nuclear physicist, who joined the Manhattan Project, designed an experiment that disproved the law of parity (that like nuclear particles always act alike) Chien-Shiung Wu

Frederic Chopin Word Search

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Word Search
Description

Vienna
Conservatory
Romantic
Flute
Tuberculosis
Paris
Publishers
George Sand
Pen Name
Warsaw
Concert
Composer
Improvise
Piano
Poland

Marie Curie Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Chemistry
Curie
France
Influncial woman in science
Marie
Neoplasms
Physics
Poland
Polonium
radioactive isotopes
Radioactivity
Radium
Science
Two nobel peace prizes
Uniersity of Paris

Nicolaus Copernicus Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

astronomer
astronomy
heliocentric system
heliocentric theory
mathematician
mathematics
physicist
solar system
sun
universe

Famous Firsts Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Received 1965 Nobel Peace Prize for his late 1940s mediation in Israel Ralph Bunche
An associate Justice of the Supreme Courts or the United States from 1967-1991 Thurgood Marshall
Dominant leader in the African American community between 1890 and 1915 Booker Washington
American aerospace engineer Guion Bluford
Minister in the African Methodist Episcopal Church Hiram Revels
First African American to play in Major League Baseball in the modern era Jackie Robinson
Civil Rights movement figure James Meredith
American singer originally known as a leading jazz pianist Nat King Cole
African American entrepreneur and social activist Madam C J Walker
First published African American female poet Phillis Wheatley

Marie Curie Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Pitchblende
Thorium
Curie electrometer
Radioactivity
Uranium
Chemistry
Marie Curie
Nobel Prize
Physics
Poland
Polonium
Radium
Science
Sorbbone
Teacher
X Ray

FREDERIC CHOPIN WORD SEARCH

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Word Search
Description

Composer
Born in France
Died in Poland
Prelude
Etude
Raindrop
Reveolutionary
Concerto
paris
concerts
composition
piano

Marie Curie Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Where was she born? Poland
What month was she born? November
Who did she marry? Pierre
How many awards did she receive? Eight
What was her age when she died? Sixty six
What is she famous for? Radioactivity
First woman to win a _____ _____. Nobel Prize
How many kids did she have? Two
How did she die? Aplastic anemia
What was the name of Marie Curie's daughter who won a nobel prize? Irene
How many siblings does she have? four
Where did she die? Sancellemoz
What was her fathers name? Władysław Skłodowski
What is her mothers name? Bronisława Skłodowska
What is her profession Scientest

Albert Einstein Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

biography
project
kipke
luis
germany
professor
physicist
eduard
hans
mileva
nobel prize
learning
quiet
hair
ulm
scientist
genius
einstein
jewish

Capital Cities of the World Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The capital of Estonia Tallin
The capital of Nepal Kathmandu
The capital of Kyrgyzstan Bishkek
The capital of Thailand Bangkok
The capital of Laos Vientiane
The capital of Indonesia Jakarta
The capital of Latvia Riga
The capital of Poland Warsaw
The capital of Germany Berlin
The capital of Belgium Brussels
The capital of France Paris
The capital of Spain Madrid
The capital of Portugal Lisbon
The capital of India Delhi
The capital of Turkey Ankara
The capital of Egypt Cairo
The capital of South Africa Johannesburg
The capital of Ecuador Quito
The capital of Chile Santiago
The capital of Peru Lima
The capital of Singapore Singapore
The capital of Sri Lanka Colombo