Type
Word Search
Description

carry
enough
think
pretty
never
drink
know
write
ride
jump
early
across
bad
good
friend
house
sometimes
important
together
example
listen
family
which
why
where
who
when
what
without
children
present
favorite
between
different
question
answer
sentence
large
beautiful
cousin
father
mother
grandpa
grandma
uncle
aunt
sister
brother
number
School

Mi Familia Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Daughter Hija
Son hijo
brother hermano
sister hermana
great-grandparents bisabuelos
Grandma abuela
grandpa abuelo
grandson nieto
granddaughter nieta
parents padres
Mom Mama
Dad Papá
Step dad padrastro
Step Mom madrastra
Step Son hijastro
step daughter Hijastra
half brother Medio hermano
Half sister media hermana
relatives parientes
Uncle tío
aunt tía
female cousin Prima
male cousin primo
nephew sobrino
neice sobrina
wife esposa
husband marido
Twin gemelo
Father-in-law suegro
Mother-in-law suegra
Daughter-in-law nuera
Son-in-law yerno
Brother-in-law Cuñado
Sister-in-law Cuñada

Family and Possessive Adjectives Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

great grandparents Bisabuelos
great grandpa bisabuelo
great grandma bisabuela
grandparents abuelos
grandpa abuelo
grandma abuela
grandchildren nietos
grandson nieto
granddaughter nieta
parents padres
father padre
dad papá
mother madre
mom mamá
step-dad padrastro
step-mom madrastra
children hijos
group of girl children hijas
son hijo
daughter hija
step-son hijastro
step-daughter hijastra
brother hermano
sister hermana
half brother mediohermano
half sister mediohermana
relatives parientes
uncle tío
aunt tía
boy cousin primo
girl cousin prima
nephew sobrino
niece sobrina
husband esposo
wife esposa
husband marido
guy twin gemelo
girl twin gemela
father in law suegro
mother in law suegra
daughter in law nuera
son in law yerno
brother in law cuñado
sister in law cuñada
my mi
yours tu
his,hers,its su
mine (plural) mis
yours (plural) tus
his,hers,its (plural) sus

Unidad 3 Leccion 2 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

grandma la abuela
grandpa el abuelo
grandparents los abuelos
family la familia
sister la hermana
brother el hermano
siblings los hermanos
daughter la hija
son el hijo
children los hijos
stepmother la madrastra
mother la madre
father el padre
stepfather el padrastra
parents los padres
cousin el primo
cousins los primos
aunt la tia
uncle el tio
aunts/uncles los tios
cat el gato
dog el perro
older mayor
younger menor
to live vivir
already ya

El vocabulario de capítulo 3: La familia Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Grandpa abuelo
Grandma abuela
Last name apellido
Great-grandpa/ great-grandparent Bisabuelo
Sister-in-law cuñada
Husband esposo
Wife esposa
The twin (female) gemela
Step-brother hermanastro
Sister hermana
Stepdaughter Hijastra
Sons & daughters (1 word, plural) Hijos
Stepfather padrastro
Stepmother madrastra
Mom madre
Dad padre
Half-sister Media hermana
Cousin (female) Prima
Relatives parientes
Daughter-in-law Nuera
Niece Sobrina
Nephew Sobrino
Father-in-law Suegro
Uncle Tío
Aunt Tía
Son-in-law Yerno

English Grammar Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

MISSPELLED
ALPHABETICAL
ACCENT
DICTION
PRONUNCIATION
READ
WRITE
ANSWER
UNDERLINED
SPELLING
DIALOGUE
RESPOND
OPINIONS
COMMUNICATE
DISCUSSION
HOMOPHONE
CONSTRUCT
PLAN
LISTEN
COMPOUND
FULL STOP
APOSTROPHE
EXCLAMATION
QUESTION
COMMA
INFORMATION
SPEAK
SENTENCES
PUNCTUATION
WORDS
TEXTS

La Familia Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

father padre
mother madre
grandfather abuelo
grandmother abuela
uncle tio
aunt tia
cousins primos
grandson nieto
granddaughter nieta
husband esposo
wife esposa
brother hermano
sister hermana
mother-in-law suegra
father-in-law suegro
nephew sobrino
niece sobrina
son hijo
daughter hija
step brother hermanastro
step sister hermanastra

La Familia Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

mother la madre
father el padre
parents los padres
sister la hermana
brother el hermano
son el hijo
daughter la hija
aunt latia
uncle el tio
aunts and uncles los tios
siblings los hermanos
cousin (male) el primo
cousin (female) la prima
husband el esposo
wife la esposa
nephew el sobrino
niece la sobrina
older mayor
younger menor
grandma la abuela
grandpa el abuelo
dog (male) el perro
cat (male) el gato

To Kill a Mockingbird: Part I Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

morphine addict MRS DUBOSE
highly respected housekeeper of Jem, Scout, and Atticus CALPURNIA
Aunt Alexandra's grandson and Scout's cousin FRANCIS HANCOCK
Boo Radley's real name ARTHUR RADLEY
The children use it to try to deliver a note to Boo FISHING POLE
Atticus describes them as animals EWELLS
The setting of this novel MAYCOMB ALABAMA
"a fur-trapping apothecary from Cornwall whose piety was exceeded only by his stinginess" SIMON FINCH
An uncared for house that everyone is scared of because of the stories they've been told RADLEY PLACE
A lawyer and father of Jem and Scout ATTICUS FINCH
Scout's young teacher from North Alabama MISS CAROLINE FISHER
New boy who visits for the summer and befriends Jem and Scout DILL
Dill's real name CHARLES BAKER HARRIS
Dill's aunt MISS RACHEL HAVERFORD
The town gossip MISS STEPHANIE CRAWFORD
Jem and Scout find mysterious gifts left here KNOTHOLE
She loves all of nature's beauties, but despises nut grass MISS MAUDIE
Believes Scout should wear dresses and play with tea sets AUNT ALEXANDRA
Atticus will defend his client, __________-, in court TOM ROBINSON
Atticus' brother, Scout's and Jem's uncle JACK
Aunt Alexandra's lazy husband UNCLE JIMMY
What Scout does to Francis PUNCH
Uncle Jack learns how to treat ____________ SCOUT
Mrs. Dubose's caregiver JESSIE
Scout learns to dislike SCHOOL
Jem looses his PANTS
Dill tells Atticus that he, Jem, and Scout were playing STRIP POKER
Visits the Finch home for lunch WALTER CUNNINGHAM
Jem and Scout are surprised to learn that Atticus is skilled with a GUN
Character call Tim Johnson a ______ MAD DOG
__________ destroys Miss Maudie's house FIRE
Scout's full name JEAN LOUISE FINCH
Nathan Radley adds this to the tree CEMENT

Family Vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Grandparents Abuelos
Grandpa Abuelo
Grandma Abuela
Husband Esposo
Wife Esposa
Brothers/sisters Hermanos
Brother Hermano
Sister Hermana
Stepbrother Hermanastro
Stepsister Hermanastra
Children Hijos
Son Hijo
Daughter Hija
Parents Padres
Father Padre
Mother Madre
Stepfather Padrastro
Stepmother Madrastra
Cousins Primos
(Boy) Cousin Primo
(Girl) Cousin Prima
Aunts/Uncle Tios
Uncle Tio
Aunt Tia

Preterite vs Imperfect Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

My girlfriend and I went to the movie theater last Saturday (ir) fuimos
Carla was a very good student. She would study every day. (estudiar) estudiaba
My brothers were very sick for a few days. (estar) estuvieron
I used to run 2 miles every morning. ((correr) corria
Did you do your chemistry homework? (hacer) hiciste
Drake practiced tennis every morning because he wanted to be a champion. (practicar) practicaba
It rained a lot last week. (llover) llovio
Did y'all get up early on Saturdays when you were little? (levantarse) se levantaban
I decided not to go on vacation because I didn't have enough money. (decidir) decidi
Roberto read 5 books over the summer. (leer) leyo
Susana had to study a lot to pass her honor classes. (tener) tuvo
It was six in the morning when we arrived at the station. (ser) era
What did y'all order for dessert? (pedir) pidieron
Ramon and I used to spend several weeks at the lake cabin every year. (pasar) pasabamos
They would always put on a jacket when morning was cold. (ponerse) se ponian
I couldn't call you last night. My phone died on me. (poder) no pude
You never listened to me. I warned you several times. (escuchar) escuchabas
Maria didn't like to clean her room. (gustar) no le gustaba
I got very good grades in the Spanish class. (sacarse) me saque
We have a lot of fun when we were little. (pasar) pasabamos
Teresa brought several friends to the party. (traer) trajo
Anibal and you didn't stay too long at the meeting. (quedarse) no se quedaron
Why did she want to come to the party? (querer) quiso
The baby would sleep for several hours everyday after lunch. (dormir) dormia
Why didn't they sleep last night? (dormir) durmieron