Type
Word Search
Description

souvenirs
growled
explained
remove
discovered
guard
amazed
exact
fossil
dinosaur
books
hoof
wood
stood
took
crook
foot
hood
cookbook
hook
cook
nook

OO Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Ouch! You stepped on my ________________! Foot
Today I read three ______________. Books
All the books go here. Bookcase
A horses foot Hoof
My little brother ________ my favorite toy Took
Where I keep all my great recipes Cookbook
Someone who steals things crook
I'll search every __________ and cranny for my lucky coin. Nook
What you do with your food before you eat it. Cook
I ___________in line forever for the new ride. Stood
You make things out of this wood
I _________ the snow globe but it was broken. Shook
Opposite of bad Good
Opposite of straight Crooked
Little Red wore this Hood
I __________ everywhere for my favorite jacket. Looked

Alex's super serch Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

brook
could
crook
fool
foot
groom
hood
hook
hoop
nook
noon
root
should
soot
spool
spoon
stood
stool
tool
troop
wood
wool
would

short oo Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

unhook
doodling
butcher
adulthood
fishhook
crook
bookshelf
wood
footstep
good
football
push
full
book
put
bull
took
cook
foot

Fossil Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

remains
millions
bones
animals
plants
rock
dinosaur
preserved
wooly mammoth
petrified wood
amber
paleontologist
sedimentary rock
extinct
imprint
fossil
cast
mold

spelling wods Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

happened
together
empty
nothing
father
again
house
brook
shook
look
along
wood
book
foot
good
hood
hook
took

life cycle of a pumpkin Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

put
book
pull
shook
wood
stood
hood
brook
push
july
full
cook
know
buy
by
take
just

Two Sounds of oo Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

goodbye
woodpecker
footprint
notebook
cartoon
wood
scoot
soot
doodle
doom
boom
school
google
noodle
bedroom
room
groom
spoon
soon
moon
crook
cook
look
nook
brook
rook
shook
took
book

TJ Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

wool
wood
stood
shook
hook
hood
foot
cook
brook
book

Whistle for Willie Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

hood
wood
shook
foot
took
brook
hook
good
book
look
together
nothing
house
father
boy
began
along
again

Geologic Time and Earth's History Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A time when many species such as humans came to be. CenozoicEra
A global extinction that causes at least 80% of a species to die. K-T Extinction
A tool used to relate geological events to time. Geologists often use this. Geologic Time Scale
The earliest period of Earth's history. Precambrian Time
The largest section of geological time. Eon
The era when dinosaurs were alive. Mesozoic Era
A span of time defined by large events. Era
One of the subdivisions on the geological time scale. Also a punctuation mark. Period
The second smallest division in geologic time. Epoch
The extinction of dinosaurs happened within this era. Paleozoic Era
Measurement of age in exact years. Absolute age
The isotope that undergoes radioactive decay in a nuclear reaction. Parent Isotope
Unchanged fossil remains from extinct or dead animals. Original Remains
A buried surface seperating two rock masses of different ages. Uncomformity
The product atom formed during radioactive decay in a nuclear reaction. Daughter Atom
A technique used to date materials such as rocks or carbon. Radioactive dating
States that the oldest rocks will be at the bottom and will have formed first. Law of Superposition
Rings on a tree trunk representing a single year's growth with each line. tree rings
The remains or impression of a prehistoric organism. Fossil
The age of something in relation to something else. Relative Age
A fossil that is used for dating and correlating the strata in which it is found. Index fossil
A fossil of a footprint rather than the animal itself. trace fossil
A core sample typically removed from an ice sheet. Ice Cores
A fossil found in rock that was created long after the animal of it died. Rock Fossil
the time taken for a radioactive isotope to fall to half of its original value. Half-life