Type
Crossword
Description

Reshmina saw a round brass shield with a black winged horse painted it has come from a place. Ancient Greek
We're here because we're here come from World war 1
You have to be a certain age to join the army Eighteen
Islamic Art Almost Never Included Human Figures
It poured black smoke into the sky above him. North tower
Brandon dad was up there on the top of the ____________. Windows on the world
People were falling from the tower ______ floors. Ninety
Stuffed animal was a Tasmanian devil character from _________. Warner Bros
Covered around face to not breathe the dusty air Mask
Helped with Brandon's hand injury EMT
Corns, barley and rice that had to be ______. harvested
Resmina looked at Taz's brilliant _____ eyes. Blue
Name Reshmina father calls her Mina-jan
She buried her face in fathers ______. Tunic
Solider tattooed a word on his muscular arm Infidel
Infidel was what the ______ called who do not follow Islamic. Mujahideen
Anniversary of the attack on the world trade center day. 9 ------ 11
Whole reason why Americans are attacking. 911 attack
Behind buliding was bright blue ________ sky like today. Cloudless
World trade center is located in New York
Taz's adopted name from Richard Lowery
Americans did not follow the ______________. Pashtunwali
Who flew the plane into the building were mostly from ___________. Saudi Arabia

In remembrance of 9/11 Word Search

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Word Search
Description

America
police
ambulance
firefighters
skyscraper
Washington DC
New York
world trade center
attack
family
friends
American Airline
United Airlines
Tuesday
terrorist
pentagon
twin towers
semptember

9/11 crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a person who uses terrorism in the pursuit of political aims terrorist
Twin sky scrapers they were destroyed on 9/11 by terrorist attacks twin towers
Founder of al-Qaeda Osama
the month the attacks happened September
where the plane was crashed by passengers Pennsylvania
how many terrorist there were involved in attacks nineteen
how many officers that died fourhundreded
what crashed into the building plane
how many planes there were four
how tall the buildings were 110 storys
what religion are the terrorist muslim
how many planes hit the towers two
how many planes hit the pentagon one
how many hit the white house zero
what kind of plane hit the towers boeing 767

African Trading Empires Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Where was Mansa Musa born? Mali
What was the earliest trading kingdom in africa? Ghana
What part of Africa was the Sahara desert in? North
What was the third and final trading kingdom in Africa? Songhai
what animal did they use to cross the sahara desert? CAMEL
What was the religion of the Arab traders? Islam
What were the people called that tried to steal items from the traders? bandits
What were two items that Ghana and Mali traded? Gold and Salt
what were the people called that followed the islam religion? muslims
What was a tool that the traders used to travel? astrolabe
What year did Mali reach its peak as an empire? early 1300s

9/11 Attack Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

what month did this happen? September
what hit the twin towers? Plain
where was the attack? New York
which building was hit first? North
200 of these were killed police officers
3,000 were killed People
attacked the World Trade Center
who was thought to be involved? terrorist
what other building was distroyed? Pentagon
18 people were rescued Alive
who wrote an article about 9/11 New York Times
US$100 million was distroyed In Art
The CIA had a secret office
US$30.5 billion Impected
F16 pilots went on a suicide mission
6.5 hectares of buildings were affected
A bombing in February
a 9/11 memorial monument Russia
meeting rescheduled the night before terrorist attack
boy stole an airplane and flew it into the skyscraper

The World of Islam Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

monotheistic religion that emerged in the Arabian Peninsula during the 7th century AD Islam
a pilgrimage to Makkah, one of the requirements of the 5 Pillars of Islam hajj
the ruler of an Arabic tribe, chosen from one of the leading families by the council of elders sheikh
the holy scriptures of the religion of Islam Quran
a Muslim group that only accepts descendants of the Umayyads as the true rulers of Islam Sunni
"struggle in the way of God" jihad
a law code drawn up by Muslim scholars after Muhammad's death; it provided believers with a set of practical laws to regulate their daily lives shari'ah
a Muslim group that accepts only the decendants of Muhammad's son-in-law Ali as the true rulers of Islam Shiite
A Muslim house of worship mosque
A high government official in ancient Egypt or in Muslim countries Vizier
"Holder of power"; the military and political head of state under the Seljuk Turks and the Ottomans sultan
A successor of Muhammad as spiritual and temperoal leader of the Muslims caliph
A covered market in Islamic cities bazaar
Geometric patterns repeated over and over to completely cover a surface with decorations arabesque
The crier that calls the Muslim faithful to prayer from the minaret of a mosque muezzin
An instrument used by sailors to determine their location by observing the positions of stars astrolabe
The tower of a mosque from which the muezzin calls the faithful to prayer 5 times a day minaret
Arabic for "God"; the supreme god of Islam Allah
the journey of Muhammad and his followers to Madinah in 622, which became year 1 of the official calendar of Islam Hijrah
a successor of Muhammad as spiritual and temporal leader of the Muslims caliph
the tower of a mosque from which the muezzin calls the faithful to prayer five times a day minaret
Lasted from 750-1258 after the Umayyad dynasty and was a more prosperous time; Baghdad became the capital and both Arab and non-Arab Muslims could hold civil and military offices Abbasid dynasty
Islamic leader after Muhammad who expanded and united the Muslim world Abū Bakr
peninsula between Egypt and Mesopotamia; mostly desert land Arabian Peninsula
capital during the Abbasid dynasty Baghdad
site in Gaul (now France) that halted the Arab expansion in Europe Battle of Tours
Arabs living in the desert who were among the first to convert to Islam bedouin
sea north of Persia; Arab traders carried goods here and beyond Caspian Sea
capital of Umayyad, Spain; largest city in Europe after Constantinople in 750 Córdoba
dynasty that arose in Egypt after Abbasid dynasty; focus of trade shifted to Cairo, Egypt Fatimids
acts of worship of the Islam faith: belief, prayer, charity, fasting, and pilgrimage Five Pillars of Islam
location in Spain where the Islamic palace Alhambra was built in the fourteenth century Granada
caliph of Abbasid dynasty; his reign is described as a golden age Hārūn al-Rashīd
Arabic historian in the fourteenth century who argued for a cyclical view of history Ibn Sīnā
Arabic philosopher in the twelfth century who wrote a commentary on Aristotle's surviving works Ibn-Khaldūn
Arabic philosopher and scientist who wrote a medical encyclopedia that among other things, stressed the contagious nature of certain diseases; also known as Avicenna Ibn-Rushd
Rich widow who became Muhammad's wife and became the first convert to Islam Khadija
"city of the prophet"; city to which Muhammad and his supporters went in 622 Madinah
Mecca, city in the Arabian Peninsula where Muhammad was born; location of the Kaaba, a holy shrine Arabs revered for its association with Abraham Makkah
Pastoral people who conquered much of the known world in the early thirteenth century with a destructive force Mongols
twelfth-century Persian poet, mathematician, and astronomer; wrote the Rubaiyat Omar Khayyám
sultan of Egypt who took control of Syria; his army invaded Jerusalem in 1187 and destroyed the Christian crusaders there Saladin
nomadic people from central Asia who converted to Islam and took command of the empire in 1055 Seljuk Turks
greatly expanded the Arab Empire, ruled from 661 to 750 Umayyad dynasty
city of the prophet Madinah
Those who practice the religion of Islam Muslims
The journey of Madinah is known as Hijrah
They perform prescribed prayers five times a day prayer
Give part of their wealth to the poor Charity
Muslims refrain from food and drink from dawn to sunset Fasting
belivers are expected to make a _____________ to Makkah at least once in their lifetime Pilgrimage
Muslims believe there is no deity but the One God, and Muhammad is his messenger Belief
Who conquered the entire Persian Empire by 650? Arabs
"holder of power" Sultan
Who took over most of Anatolian Turks

I Survived...The Attacks of 9/11/01 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

football field
buildings
September
airplanes
Manhattan
Jaguars
mom
victims
survivors
football
World Trade Center
Twin Towers
firemen
New York City
attack
terrorist
Dad
Dr Barrett
Uncle Benny
Lucas

Africa Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

this kingdom stretched from the Atlantic to Lake Chad songhai
large body of water that seperates Europe from Africa mediterranan
according to the ancient Greeks this word meant not cold aphrike
these animals are known as the ships of the desert camels
largest desert located in Africa sahara
country between Egypt and Algeria libya
kingdom had over 200,000 soldiers ghana
island nation on the east coast of Africa madagascar
2nd largest continent africa
another name for grasslands savannah
worth it's weight in gold salt
means hello in swahili jamba
religion in african kingdom of Axum christianity
city in Mali that was the center of learning timbukutu
powerful ruler of Mali mansa musa
city that Mansa Musa travelled to for his hajj Mecca
kingdom of Songhai extended from the Atlantic to lake Chad
Songhi trading center that was located on the Niger river Gao
ocean on the east coast of Africa Indian
African kingdoms became wealthy because of trade

September 11th, 2001 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Twin Towers
World Trade Center
Ground Zero
Tailban
Pentagon
Hijack
Despicable Act
Islam
Judaism
Iran
Grieve
Hero
Memorial
Terrorism
Al Qaeda
Patriotism
Terrorist Attack
Afghanistan
Osama Bin Laden
Terrorist
September 11th

Earth, Moon and Sun Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Imaginary line through Earth's center Axis
In relation to the Sun Tilt
Caused by the tilt of Earth's axis as the Earth travel around the Sun Seasons
Two days of the year on which neither hemisphere is tilted toward or away from the Sun (September 22 and March 21) Equinox
Two days of the year on which the noon sun is directly overhead at either 23.5 south or north (December 21 and June 21) Solstice
Moon is getting larger in the sky, moving from the New Moon towards the Full Moon Waxing
Different shapes of the moon as seen from earth Phases
Moon is decreasing in size, moving from the Full Moon towards the New Moon Waning
The spinning motion of a planet on its axis Rotation
When half of the Moon's Earth facing side is lit by the sun First quarter
Decreases in size from sunlight Gibbous
When just half of the moon's Eartg-facing side is visible Third quarter
The moon face is completely lit Full moon
Thin silver of the moon Crescent
When the side of the moon is facing earth also faces directly away from the sun New moon
Caused by the interaction of the Earth, Moon and Sun Tides
The movement of an object around another object Revolution
Blocking light from one celestial body by the passage of another between it Eclipse
When the moon passes between the Son and Earth Solar Eclipse
When the moon passes through earth shadow Lunar eclipse

ISLAM CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Type
Crossword
Description

In Islam, the "call to prayer" Adan
Arabic word for God Allah
Islamic leaders regarded as successors to Muhammad for Sunni Muslims Caliph
The foundational and practices of Islam that were set forth by Muhammad and are practiced by all Muslims Five pillars
Word meaning "story", the sayings and stories of Muhammad that are meant to form guidance for living out Islam Hadith
A Muslim who has memorized the Qur'an Hafiz
A term meaning "migration", it recalls the escape of Muhammad from his enemies in 622 C.E. And the beginning of the establishment of Islam. Marks the start of Islamic calendar Hijrah
The leader for prayer at a mosque who is chosen for his knowledge of Islam and his personal holiness Imam
The first Islamic shrine, which Muslims believe was built by Abraham. Destroyed by pagans, it was reclaimed by Muhammad when he captured Mecca in the seventh century. Ka'bah
Arabic that means "recite" or "recitation." In Muslim belief, God's final revelation superseding both Jewish and Christian Bibles. Qur'an
The Fourth Pillar of Islam, which is a month of prayer and fasting that commemorates the Night of Power. Ramadan
Chapters or sections in the Qur'an. Each surah is a separate revelation received by Muhammad. Surah
A Muslim scholar trained in Islam and Islamic Law. Ulama
The ritual washing of the face, hands, arms, top of head, and feet that a Muslim must perform before Salah. Wudu