Type
Crossword
Description

A place where they like to row Cambridge
Somewhere where actors perform Theatre
A book written by Roald Dahl Matilda
A drink with bubbles Champagne
The name of lots of sweets that are in a red box Celebrations
After the morning Afternoon
Something that requires hot water and a bag tea
A type of cracker Ritz
Somewhere children like to play Park
Similar to a road lane
25 divided by 5 five
Found in the sky star
Somewhere to stay hotel
A hotel group that we've used before Hilton
Opposite to sad happy
After seventeenth eighteenth
Everyone celebrates this once a year birthday

Matilda Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What does Bruce eat as a punishment (9,4)? Chocotale Cake
What hairstyle does Amanda Thripp have which Miss Trunchbull does not like (8)? Pigtails
What does Lavender put in Miss Trunchbull's water jug (4)? Newt
Who is Matilda's Aunt's second name (10)? Trunchbull
What does Mr Wormwood sell (4)? Cars
What is Miss Trunchbull's first name (6)? Agatha
Where does Matilda go to get her books (7)? Library
What does Miss Trunchbull put children in as a punishment (6)? Chokey
What is Miss Honey's first name (5)? Jenny
Who wrote Matilda (5,4) Roald Dahl

Roald Dahl Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The name of the boy who lived near a chocolate factory Charlie
This girl likes to read lots of books Matilda
George made a big bottle of this and gave it to his grandma to drink Medicine
What does BFG stand for? Big Friendly Giant
Willy Wonka makes this in his factory Chocolate
One of Roald Dahl's books is about this enormous animal Crocodile
The colour of ticket Charlie needed to find Golden
The name of the horrible teacher in Matilda Miss Trunchball
Miss Honey's job Teacher
Bruce was made to eat this as a punishment Chocolate Cake
Matilda's dad buys and sells these Cars
Matilda's family always watch this when they have their dinner Television
The little girl who went to live with a giant Sophie
What did George's grandma's head go through when she drank George's medicine Roof
A book about two silly people The Twits
The name of the author of Fantastic Mr Fox Roald Dahl
What type of animal is Esio Trot? Tortoise
Which fruit did James go inside? A Giant Peach
What type of machine does Charlie go out of the chocolate factory in? Elevator
Willy Wonka's helpers Oompa Loompas
The Oompa Loompas like to do this Sing
The farmers in Fantastic Mr Fox Boggis Bunce and Bean
The name of the bird in The Twits Roly Poly Bird

Hotels and Motels Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Marriot courtyard
Westin
Wynn Hotel
Cherokee harass
renaissance
sunset hotel
sleep inn
homewood suites
Wingate
double tree
staybridge suites
embassy suites
aloft
comfort suites
dunhill hotel
crowne plaza
Residence Inn
Ritz Carlton
hyatt place
fairfield inn
courtyard charlotte
hampton inn suites
hilton garden
drury inn suites
sonesta suites
ballantyne lodge
knights inn
days inn
great wolf lodge
super8
holiday inn express
Motel6

Ordinal Numbers Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

1st first
2nd second
3rd third
4th fourth
5th fifth
6th sixth
7th seventh
8th eighth
9th ninth
10th tenth
11th eleventh
12th twelfth
13th thirteenth
14th fourteenth
15th fifteenth
16th sixteenth
17th seventeenth
18th eighteenth
19th nineteenth
20th twentieth

Library books and authors Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A series of books by J.K. Rowling Harry Potter
Dr. Suess Book Cat in the Hat
Author of Charlotte's Web E B White
Author of Goodnight Moon; Margaret Wise _____ Brown
Author of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe C S Lewis
Author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar Eric Carle
Author of The Giving Tree; _____ Silverstein Shel
Where the Sidewalk ______, by Shel Silverstein Ends
_______ Eggs and Ham by Dr.Suess Green
James and the Giant _______ by Roald Dahl Peach
Another book by Roald Dahl Matilda
A ____________ in Time by Madeleine L'Engle Wrinkle
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis __________ Carroll
The Phantom ____________ by Norton Juster Tollbooth
______ Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt Tuck

Roald Dahl's The Landlady Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the landlady's way to trap her men cheaprent
the word Billy uses to describe himself brisk
the air was deadly cold and wind was like a flat blade of ice on his cheeks simile
aggressively greedy rapacious
a pub where Billy might have stayed thebellanddragon
the dachshund by the fire basil
says the lady comes out of the inn like this jackinthebox
don't leave the bed and breakfast temple
Eton schoolboy Mulholland
outward appearance facade
signingtheguestbook law
landlady rents only to these boys
tasted like bitter almond tea
pervasive theme in the story irony
they are a good sign in any house animals
Billy's last name weaver
Billy says he feels this way when outside the B&B compelled

Roald Dahl Charlie and the chocolate factory Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

The Oompa Loompas
Violet beauregarde
Veruca salt
Mike teavee
Augustus Gloop
Grandma Georgina
Grandpa George
Grandma Josephine
Grandpa Joe
Mrs bucket
Mr Bucket
Mr Willy Wonka
Chocolate factory
Charlie
Roald Dahl

Roald Dahl Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

gobblefunk
Wizzpoppers
Oompa Loompa
The Twits
Creative
Inspirational
Buckinghamshire
Lucy Dahl
Praticia Neal
Captain Hardcastle
Boy
James and the giant peach
BFG
snozzcumber
Miss Trunchball

'BOY' Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

ROALD _______ IS A FAMOUS AUTHOR DAHL
THE TITLE OF THE BOOK BOY
THE NAME OF ROALD DAHLS HEAD MASTER MR COOMBES
WHAT HIS FATHER DIED FROM PNEUMONIA
ONE OF ROALD DAHLS FRIENDS THWAITES
THE GREAT _____ PLOT MOUSE
MRS PRATCHETT OWNS A _____ ____ SWEET SHOP
WHEN ROALD DAHL AND HIS FRIENDS GOT CAUGHT, THEY GOT THE ____ CANE
SOMETHING SOMEONE WRITES ABOUT THEMSELVES AUTOBIOGRAPHY
WHAT ROALD CALLED HIS MUM MAMA

Amendments 11-27 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

states cannot sue each other eleventh
changed the way we vote for POTUS and VP twelfth
abolished slavery thirteenth
gave blacks citizenship rights fourteenth
black sufferage fifteenth
congress gets to tax individual income sixteenth
direct election of senators by the people seventeenth
prohibition put in action eighteenth
women sufferage nineteenth
lame duck amendment twentieth
repealed prohibition twenty first
POTUS limited to two terms twenty second
Washington DC residents get three electoral votes twenty third
poll tax abolished twenty fourth
presidential succession twenty fifth
eighteen year olds get to vote twenty sixth
congressional raise goes into effect only after the next congressional election twenty seventh