Type
Crossword
Description

A child whose parents have died. orphan
A young child who is poorly or raggedly dressed. Urchin
A building where very poor people were sent to work in exchange for food and shelter. Workhouse
A very poor person. Pauper
A thin type of porridge. Gruel
A person who makes arrangements for funerals. undertaker
A person who steals from people's pockets. Pickpocket
Another word for 'steal'. Pilfer
People who lived when Queen Victoria was on the throne. Victorians
Another word for a homeless person. Vagrant

A Christmas Carol Stave 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The story takes place on this night Christmas Eve
Scrooge eats this for supper Gruel
Marley has been dead for _____ years Seven
Scrooge thinks poor people should go to ______ prison
The name of Scrooge's nephew Fred
"Bah, ______" humbug
Another place Scrooge thinks poor people should go workhouse
Where Scrooge first sees Marley's face Door knocker
'As _______ as an oyster' solitary
The hour at which Scrooge is told to expect a visit one
e.g. as dead as a doornail simile
It's cheap and Scrooge likes it darkness
The type of business run by Scrooge counting house
The number of people at Marley's funeral one
The number of shillings a week Scrooge pays his clerk fifteen

Oliver Twist Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

BillSikes
Charles Dickens
criminal
england
fagin
halfbrothers
London
money
Monks
MrBumble
Nancy
OliverTwist
orphan
patriarchal
poor
rich
Rose maylie
Victorian
Workhouse

Oliver Twist Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the author's last name who wrote Oliver Twist? Dickens
What point of view is this story written? third
Oliver has to ask his master for more of what? food
What character falls deathly ill in the countryside? Rose Maylie
Who is shot in an attempted burglary? Oliver
What is Nancy's profession? Prostitute
Which character’s real name is Edward Leeford? Monks
After Oliver's mother died what did Mrs. Mann steal from his mother? locket
Who was lurking in Mr. Brownlow's window with Monks? Fagin
Where was Oliver born? workhouse
What happened to Oliver's mother shortly after his birth? died
What kind of mission was Oliver sent on with two other boys? pickpocketing
Where does Monks die? prison
What was Fagin's punishment? arrested
How does Fagin die? hanged
Oliver was what until he was nine years old? orphan
When Oliver turned nine he went back where? workhouse
Who kidnaps Oliver and brings him back to Fagin while Oliver is delivering the books? Nancy
Who was Oliver's nurse, employed by Mr. Brownlow? Bedwin

Vocabulary Unit 3 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

syn: abbreviate abridge
any: forbid condone
The author was very ____ because she had won many awards for the book she had written. eminent
having childlike innocence cherubic
syn: disagree dissent
The student had a(n) ______ with the teacher because he claims he turned his paper in on time. altercation
ant: calm irate
the outward appearance semblance
There was a ____ in the boat and it caused the boat to sink. rift
syn: discontinue terminate
ant: surrender usurp
syn: greed gluttony
The ____ went into the store and took all he saw then ran out before the police could get to the store and arrest him. marauder
a very poor person pauper
syn: steal pilfer
ant: disbeliever adherent
invent something with deceitful intent fabricate
ant: maintain exorcise
syn: conquer sumount
When the kids were done reading the ____ book they were mad because the ending was predictable. trite

Oliver Twist Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is Oliver's surname? Twist
What was Bill's dog called? Bullseye
Where did Oliver live at the start of the story? Workhouse
What was the job of the man who bought Oliver? Undertaker
What did the boys eat? Gruel
What was Oliver's crime? Ask for more
Who did Bill murder? Nancy
What did Fagin's boys unpick letters from? Handkerchiefs
Who wrote Oliver Twist? Charles Dickens
What did Fagin train the boys to do? Pickpockets
Who rescued Oliver from the streets? Mr Brownlow
Although poor what quality did Oliver always have? Honesty

Unit 3 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Shorten (book, Movie, etc.) without losing sense ABRIDGE
Someone who supports a particular party ADHERENT
To take over by force USURP
Rubbed or worn by use TRITE
to bring to an end TERMINATE
Overcome a difficult obstacle SURMOUNT
A likeness image SEMBLANCE
A gap or opening RIFT
Steal typically things of small value PILFER
A very poor person PAUPER
A thief or robber MARAUDER
Feeling or characterized by great anger IRATE
Excessive eating and drinking GLUTTONY
To assemble parts and sections FABRICATE
Drive out or attempt to drive out an evil spirt EXORCISE
Noteworthy great importance EMINENT
To differ in opinion DISSENT
Accept and allow CONDONE
Having a childlike innocence CHERUBIC
A nosy argument or disagreement ALTERCATION

CRIME VOCABULARY Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

PERSON WHO STEALS MONEY FROM PEOPLE'S POCKETS PICKPOCKET
PERSON WHO DESTROYS OR DAMAGES PUBLIC PROPERTY VANDAL
PERSON WHO STEALS GOOD FROM A SHOP PRETENDING TO BE A CUSTOMER SHOPLIFTER
PERSON WHO STEALS OBJECTS OR MONEY USING FORCE ROBBER
PERSON WHO STEALS WITHOUT USING VIOLENCE THIEF
OLD MAN FALLS ASLEEP IN CAR PARK AND GETS A _____________ OF 50$ FINE
WHAT SHOULD BE A SUITABLE ________________ FOR THIS CRIME? PUNISHMENT
THE JUDGE DIDN'T SEND HIM TO ________ BECAUSE HE WAS SO YOUNG PRISON
THE POLICE ______________ THE BURGLAR *VERB ENDING -ED* CHASED
THE CRIMINALS ______________ FROM PRISON *VERB ENDING -ED* ESCAPED
THE BURGLAR __________ OUT OF THE WINDOW WHEN HE HEARD THE POLICE CARS ARRIVING *VERB ENDING -ED* JUMPED
THE WOMAN _____________ AND A PICKPOCKET STOLE HER BAG *VERB ENDING -ED* TRIPPED

A Christmas Carol Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

He has to wear these because of all the bad things he has done in his life. CHAINS
The name of Scrooge's dead work-partner. MARLEY
Scrooge's first name. EBENEZER
His first name is Charles. DICKENS
Scrooge's favorite saying. HUMBUG
If you are this word you want wealth and riches. COVETOUS
A person who does really bad things. SINNER
The place Scrooge thinks the poor should go to. PRISON
A place where poor women and men worked seperately for food. WORKHOUSE
Scrooge's nephew, who invites him to dinner. FRED
Three of these will visit Scrooge. SPIRITS

"A Christmas Carol" Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The main character in "A Christmas Carol". Scrooge
The ghost that appears to make Scrooge change his miserly ways. Marley
The first ghost to visit Scrooge that is sent my Marley. (The Ghost Of Christmas...) Past
The city in which "A Christmas Carol" takes place. London
The man who works for Scrooge, and gets paid fifteen shillings a week. Bob Cratchit
The places in the Victorian Era, where the poor usually worked. Workhouses
The author of "A Christmas Carol", and many other great, historical works. Charles Dickens
The second ghost sent by Marley, to educate Scrooge in generosity. (The Ghost of Christmas...) Present
The third, and last ghost to appear before Scrooge sent by Marley. (The Ghost of Christmas...) Future
One of Bob Cratchit's many children, but essential to the plot. (He wears metal braces on his legs, and carries a crutch) Tiny Tim
The name of Scrooge's nephew, whose mother is Fan. (In Act II, he cheers to Scrooge with his wife) his wife Fred
A word meaning nonsense, used by Scrooge to describe Christmas. ("Bah,...!") Humbug

Middle Ages Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

covering of iron worn by knights armor
chuirch official who oversaw the work of priest bishop
a high official of the catholic church appointed by pope cardinal
where the lord and his knights lived castle
people of the middle ages believed it represented god's rules and teachings Catholic Church
qualities of a good knight, bravery,respect for women chivalry
an official of the church such as priest, bishop clergyman
expeditions sent by the pope to capture the holy land crusades
a period of several hundred years during the dark middle ages dark ages
large piece of land owned by a lord estate
the act of removing a persons membership from church excommunication
arrangement between lord, vassal,, and serf for ownership of land feudalism
land given for military service fief
holding beliefs that the church felt were wrong heresy
court to punish heretics inquisition
clowns before a lord to make them laugh jesters
contest between knights on horseback joust
person who rules a country during middle ages king
man of honor in the military knight
well to noble who owns an estate lord
large piece of land owned by a lord manor
fall of the roman empire in 476 and ended with modern period 1400 medieval period
same as medieval period middle ages
singers and musicians who entertained the lords minstrels
deep, wide, water-filled ditch surrounding a castle moat
building where monks lived monastery
man who gives up property to serve god monk
class of rich people, nobles or lords nobility
poor people who worked on manors peasants
head of the roman catholic church pope
clergyman of the christian church priest
very poor people who worked for lords serfs
contest or joust beetween two knights or two groups of knights tournament
wandering minstrels who wrote poems about the love of a beautiful lady of noble birth troubadours
noble who was given land by the lord in return for military service vassal