The Cremation of Sam McGee Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

hearkened
derelict
loathed
ghastly
cremate
mushing
mcgee
brawn
marge
moil
sam

The Diary of Anne Frank Word Search

The Diary of Anne Frank  Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

ostentatiously
inarticulate
insufferable
conspicuous
disgruntled
indignantly
pandemonium
bewildered
foreboding
jubilation
oppression
appalled
remorse
tension
ideals
loathe
resent
wallow
vile
zeal

The Westing Game Word Search

The Westing Game Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

STENOGRAPHER
Denton Deere
INHERITABCE
ORNITHOLOGY
Sam Westing
Interrogate
postscript
sacrifice
SHORTHAND
immigrant
POMPOUS\
Syedelle
Mrs HOO
JJ Ford
ALIBIS
Mr HOO
Turtle
Barney
Chris
Loathe
Angela
Flora
Jake
Grace
Crow
Doug
Sndy
Otis
Theo

nick's puzzle Word Search

nick's puzzle Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

cremation
hearkened
civilized
marooned
derelict
primitiv
terrain
devour
grisly
moil

The Tell-Tale Heart Crossword

The Tell-Tale Heart Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

What about the old man frightens the narrator?
Boldness
A narrow opening or crack
Assigned or delegated
Ridicule or contempt
Disguising one's true intentions
Who wrote this story?
Gestures or movements
Listen, pay attention
Insightful
Wisdom
Pleasantness; showing politeness and charm
Assumptions or beliefs

The Tell - Tale Heart Word Search

The Tell - Tale Heart Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Vulture eye
chamber
haunted
hearken
hideous
lantern
shriek
noise
raved
watch
fear
pale
tub
mad
vex

My Side of the Mountain #1 Crossword

My Side of the Mountain #1 Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Type of tree that Sam built his home in.
Number of people in Sam's family.
City where Sam originally lived
Name of the falcon that Sam trained.
Type of bird that Sam captured and trained.
Name of the weasel that lives near Sam.
Name of the mountain range where Sam is living.
Sam made pancakes from this kind of flour.
The land where Sam build his tree home belonged to Great Grandfather _______________.
Sam starts his fire with a ____________ & _______________.
Name of the town where Sam visits the library.
Name of the man who taught Sam how to build a fire.
What does Sam use as a calendar?
What does Sam write notes on?
Who gave Sam a haircut with the library scissors?
What made the "Pip, pop, pop", noises?
Sam found this at the bottom of the gorge.
Who was Sam hiding from in the forest?
What did Sam make a new set of clothing from?
Sam ate a very satisfying meal of this meat.
When the fish weren't biting, Sam ate these instead.

The Highwayman Word Search

The Highwayman Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Highwayman
Cremation
Derelict
Landlord
Ghastly
Galleon
Rapier
Ostler
Stern
Marge
Bonny
Moil

dystopian crossword

dystopian crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

no control
another word for abandoned
gouvernment
the world is ending
fighting against high authority
hero in a dystopian movie
carnage
fighting for the end of the world
villages have nothing
no one life in a particular place
abandoned
suspicious

Edgar Allan Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart" Vocabulary Crossword

Edgar Allan Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart" Vocabulary Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

sharp or severe in effect; intense:
to irritate; annoy; provoke:
to stop; to suppress, or end by force
to decrease in strength, intensity
boldness or daring
unusual or strange; odd; different
strongly emotional; intense or passionate
of the nature of hypocrisy, or pretense of having virtues, beliefs, principles, etc., that one does not actually possess:
thoughtful regard for the future
Hidden under a false appearance
Having good judgment
Giving careful attention
A mixed feeling of reverence, fear, and wonder
Gracefulness; politeness
Small quantities or amounts

LAMB TO THE SLAUGHTER Crossword

LAMB TO THE SLAUGHTER Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

The murder who killed Patrick
The feeling Mary felt when Patrick told her the news at the beginning of the story
The murder weapon
The victim
When someone acts strangely, such as Mary, they are called this
Abounding in, enjoying; Mary describes her husband coming home as a what part of her day
The person Mary used as an alibi to help her not get caught after she killed her husband
Behavior involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or killing someone
Mary acts __________ after killing her husband, not upset or scared
afraid; fearful, such as Mary was before her husband told her something very serious
Extreme distress or sorrow, describes the murder of Patrick
Calm and free of disturbance; how the house was before Patrick got home
Allowing light, semitransparent
Pleasantly calm and peacefully
Strictly observant of an appointed or regular time; not late; describes Patrick at the beginning of the story
To enjoy oneself
Completely confused; perplexed
Sickness at the stomach; loathing, Mary felt this after Patrick told her the shocking news
Desperate or wild with fear; the way Mary acted after she saw her husband dead
Irrational from fear or shock