Type
Word Search
Description

choices
responsibilities
rights
advocate
human rights
communication
inspiring
necessary
kind
true
think
social media
messaging
posting
internet
ticks
mosquitos
wasps
hornets
bees
bites
wings
legs
arachnids
Insects

Awesome Bugs Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

DRAGONFLY
HORNET
MOSQUITO
MOTH
MILLIPEDE
SILKWORK
SPIDER
SLUG
SNAIL
BEE
WASP
GRASSHOPPER
BUTTERFLY
ANT
CENTIPEDE
WORM

Digital Citizenship crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

bullying through the internet Cyberbullying
An email from a fake bank is an example of what? Sceme
Thinking something is one thing when its not Scam
acts as a lock for online accounts password
what you leave behind on the internet digital footprint
rules you have to follow Policy
Steps you need to follow Procedures
Unnecessary issues that are usually over exaggerated Drama
Social networking digital media
Share to much information oversharring
when people track information to steal stuff from you tracking
interacting with other people communication
instantly communicating instant messaging
A profile character avatar
gaming online videogames

Cyber Bullying Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

bullying
cell phones
chat room
digital media
email
Facebook
instant messaging
online communication
online games
posting
privacy setting
reputation
Snapchat
social media
social networking
texting
Twitter

Invertebrates Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Small, wingless insect in the order Thysanura. Silvery light grey and blue color. Silver fish
Larval form of the mealworm beetle, Tenebrio molitor Mealworm
The larva Or caterpillar of the domesticated silk moth. Primary producer of silk Silkworm
A fly of the suborder Cyclorrhapha. Most common fly. Housefly
A scale insect in the suborder Sternorrhyncha, from which the natural dye carmine is derived. Cochineal
Named for its potent sting. Seen in Nicarauga and the extreme east of Honduras Bullet ant
Crustacean native to shelf depths in the northwest Atlantic Ocean and North Pacific Ocean. Snow crab
A nocturnal insect related to the butterfly. Moth
Small wingless jumping insect that feeds on the blood of mammals and birds. Flea
Marine echinoderm with five or more radiating arms. Starfish
Group of small to very large sea snails Abalone
Not a true jelly but rather a hydromedusa. Smaller than true jellies. Bell jelly
Coral in the family Mussidae. Generally spheroid shaped and grooved surface that looks like a brain. Brain coral
Small crustaceans found in all the words oceans. Krill
Cephalopod mollusk. Has two eyes and four pairs of arms. Octopus
A marine bivalve mollusk with shells of equal size Clam
Insect with two pairs of large wings that are covered with tiny scales, usually brightly colored. Butterfly
Insect having fore wings typically modified into hard wing cases that cover and protect the hind wings and abdomen Beetle
Feed on organic detritus, such as flakes of shed human skin. Dust mite
Predatory arachnids that have eight legs and can sting you Scorpion
Social winged insect that has a narrow waist and a stinger Wasp
Bivalve mollusks with rough irregular shells. Have pearls Oyster
Known as pests. Cockroach
Class of parasitic flatworms Tapeworm
Small, free swimming crustacean. Frequently used for food Shrimp
Slender long legged fly with aquatic larvae. Can transmit diseases Mosquito
Large marine crustacean with stalked eyes and pinchers Lobster
Insect with large multifaceted eyes, two transparent wings and sometimes colored patches on the body Dragonfly
Another name for a saltwater clam Scallop
An aquatic or terrestrial annelid worm with suckers at both ends Leech
Eight legged predatory arachnid. Poison their prey with their fangs Spider
A large stinging wasp that typically nests in hollow trees Hornet
A crab with soft asymmetrical abdomen that lives in a castoff mollusk shell for protection Hermit crab
Small, pale soft bodied insect that eats wood Termite
Insect of a large group to which the honeybee belongs Bee
Commonly known as a cellar spider Daddy long legs
Eat other insects by catching them with its forelegs Praying mantis
A freshwater crayfish Crawfish
Feed on the blood of mammals, birds, and sometimes reptiles Tick
Worms with a long round body Roundworm

Internet Safety Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

controlled by or connected to another computer or network online
working surface of a desk desktop
legal right given to an originator to print, publish, perform, film, or record the originator's work. copyright
any message passed through digital devices. digital communication
where computer networkers where users can communicate. chat room
regularly updated website or web page, typically one run by an individual or small group blog
capable of copying itself and destroying data. virus
electronic communication used to bully a person or a group of people. cyberbullying
applications that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking. social media
set of rules you should follow in order to make the internet better for others, and better for you. digital etiquette
acquisition and use of a person's private identifying information identity theft
A hostile, strongly worded message that may contain obscene language. flame
specific features or software that parents manage the online activities of children parental control
any device used to communicate provocative messages and/or sexual images sexting
A program, or set of instructions, that runs on a computer. software

Arthropods Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Marine Crustacean that attaches self to different surfaces filtering particles from the water Barnacle
Insect with four wings that collects honey and pollen Bee
Hairy arachnid sometimes kept as pets Tarantula
Insect with long hind legs that they use to jump and make chirping sounds Grasshopper
External opening with a bunch of pores with with gill slits behind the eyes. Spiracle
Insect that light up the night Firefly
An immature insect that does not change much as it grows Nymph
When something moves from one region/habitat to another Migrate
Long and thin appendages on the heads of Arthropod and insects that are used for sensory Antenna
Brightly colored insects that fly and feed on nectar Butterfly
Similar to grasshopper but are smaller; Makes chiping sounds with legs as well Cricket
A crustacean on seashores that have 5 pairs of legs they use to walk sideways. Crab
Predators with eight legs who spin webs to captures their prey Spider
Small round beetle with red or yellow wings with black spots that eat aphids Ladybug
Insect that flies fast and have long bodies that take five years to reach adulthood Dragonfly
Outside covering on Insects and arthropods used for support and protection Exoskeleton
Process when an arthropod sheds its exoskeleton Moulting
Mid section of and insects body which has legs and wings attatched Thorax
Inactive and immature form of an insect between larvae and adult stages Pupa
First stage of an insects metamorphosis Larvae
Class of mainly aquatic mandibulate arthropods Crustacean
Class of arthropods with eight legs and a body divided into 2 regions Arachnid
Females produce this round or oval form typically containing an embryo Egg
Appendages that are paired and used for flying in some insects Wings
Nocturnal insect closely related to the butterfly and is dull in appearance Moth
Small insects that live in social colonies and have one or more breeding queens. Ants
Family of large crustaceans with muscular tails and ten legs and large front claws Lobster
What many insect with wings do Fly
Means : lack of a spine Invertebrate
Annoying insect; "She is such a _____ !" Pest
Number of legs an insect has Six
Sugary substance collected by bees and butterflies Nectar
Sweet and yellowish brown sticky substance bees produce Honey
These arachnids feed on the blood of vertebrates and can carry Lymes disease Tick
Number of legs on an arachnid Eight
Larvae of a butterfly or moth with worm like body Caterpillar
Small shrimplike crustacean eaten by larger animals, notably whales Krill
Silky surrounding spun by larvae to protect in the pupal stage Cocoon
Substance secreted by some animals that is poisonous and can cause illness or death Venom
Arthropod comes from the word Arthropoda which is of what origin Greek

Invertebrates Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Small insect, lives in colonies underground. ANT
Small flying insect that can sting, carries pollen BEE
An insect who has two front wings that are hard and protect the insect. beetle
Has wings with colors and designs, eats nectar. Butterfly
Kills cicadas cicada killer
Males make a loud shrill droning noise by vibrating two membranes on its abdomen. Cicada
a marine bivalve mollusk with shells of equal size clam
a hard stony substance secreted by certain marine coelenterates as an external skeleton, typically forming large reefs in warm seas coral
Found in the ocean, has two pinchers. crab
Small insect that hops, it chirps at night. cricket
has slender many-jointed antennae and a pair of cerci resembling forceps at the end of the body Earwing
breathe through their tube feet ECHINODERM
Skeleton on the outside of an organism exoskeleton
Bites dogs and makes them itch flea
Small flying insect fly
Lives in the grass, hops, and can fly. grasshopper
a crab with a soft asymmetrical abdomen that lives in a castoff mollusk shell for protection. hermitcrab
Aggressive insect who's hive looks like its made of paper. hornet
Animals that do not have bones or internal skeletons. Invertebrates
Small insect that is red and that has dots over it, it looks like a half circle. ladybug
Lives in ocean, has five pairs of arms and first set in pincers. lobster
Soft bodied invertebrates with a thick muscular foot for movement. mollusk
the periodic shedding of an old exoskeleton molting
An insect that drinks blood and carries malaria. mosquito
nocturnal insect related to the butterflies, and wings that fold flat when resting. moth
Long slender body, hands look like they are praying prayingmantis
a crab that lives on or burrows in sand sandcrab
a sedentary marine coelenterate with a columnar body that bears a ring of stinging tentacles around the mouth. SEAANEMONES
an echinoderm that has a thick, wormlike body with tentacles around the mouth. They typically have rows of tube feet along the body and breathe by means of a respiratory tree. seacucumber
long tube-like body with many sections segmentedworm
A mollusk with a single spiral shell into which the whole body can be withdrawn. snail
Has eight legs, makes a web spider
simplest invertebrate sponge
Found in ocean, has ten arms, can change color. squid
Found in Ocean, shaped like star. starfish
A bug that smells stinkbug
Eats and lives in wood. termite
An aggressive insect that can sting you many times. wasp
Small sea creature eaten by people. shrimp
A bug that looks like a stick. stickbug

Communication Cross Word

Type
Crossword
Description

Used to transmit the message from sender to reveiver Channel
Process for exchanging ideas and creating meaning Communication
Time or place where communication occur Context
The idea the sender is trying to communicate to the receiver Message
The response the receiver gives to the sender Feedback
The one who initiates the message Sender
The target of the message Recevier
Uses technology to bring the same message to large groups of people Mass Media
Anything that blocks the message or feedback from being received Interference
Public speaking Person to Group
Process of turning ideas into messages encoding
Two or more people actively participate in exchanging messages Interpersonal
Receiver translate the words and gestures into meanings Decoding
Communication within our self Intrapersonal

Insects Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ant
aphid
bee
beetle
butterfly
caterpillar
centipede
cicada
cricket
daddylonglegs
dragonfly
grasshopper
hornet
housefly
ladybug
locust
mayfly
mosquito
moth
roach
spider
stinkbug
termite
wasp
waterbug

Insect Orders Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Good bugs, benefit humans (pollination or eat pests) Beneficials
Flies Diptera
Beetles Coleoptera
Butterflies and Moths Lepidoptera
True bugs Hemiptera
Ants, bees, and wasps Hymenoptera
"Tail pipes” on an aphid. Cornicles
The half-hardened forewings of true bugs Hemelytra
Sugary aphid excretions Honeydew
Reproducing without mating – virgin birth Parthenogenic
Jumping Saltatorial
Triangle shape on the back of a true bug Scutellum
An organism that transmits disease Vector
Sheathed wings (of beetles) Elytra
Warning coloration (poisonous/sting) Aposematic
When one insect mimics another poisonous insect (but it’s not) Mimicry
Active during the day. Diurnal
Active at night Nocturnal
Spots on an insect that look like an eye Eye-spots
Knobby wings used for balance and hovering (gyroscope wings). Halteres
Larval flies Maggots