Type
Word Scramble
Description

approached
poison
complain
allowing
about
brief
presoak
detail
remain
explained
preteen
castle
reading
repaid
towel
able
unreal
enjoys
monkey
repeats

Evan's Spelling Words Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

classifying
physical properties
liquid
mass
matter
enjoyment
complain
viewpoint
allowing
textbook
approached
preteen
replay
brief
preheated
monkey
detail
repeatedly
remain
explained

6th grade Math Vocabulary words standard 6.NS. 1-4 & 6.RP. 1-3 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Improper Fraction
Equation
Equivalent Fraction
Equivalent
Ratio Table
Estimate
Whole Number
LCM
GCF
Simplify
Repeating Decimal
Terminating Decimal
Rate
Numerator
Denominator
Percent
Compute
Unit Rate
Ratio
Quantity

12 Powerful Words Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the traditions and achievements of a group of people heritage
text that builds up a claim or backs up your ideas support
to read between the lines infer
to shorten a text and give only the main points summary
to list in steps trace
to judge evaluate
to make an educated guess based on prior knowledge and text evidence predict
to tell in your own words explain
to create or put together formulate
to tell about in details describe
to break apart and study each individual part analyze
to tell the differences of two or more things contrast
to tell the similarities of two of more things compare

Unit 3: Professional Communication Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Someone who complains often,very loud. Aggressive customer
Customer who is never satisfied, always thinks there's something wrong. Chronic Complainer
The clients of a company or a business. Clientele
When master trains his/hers employees to properly handle his/her position. Coaching session
Communication from a customer for a unsatisfactory or unacceptable situation after a purchase was made. Complaint
A company’s ability to supply wants and needs from a customer. Customer Service
Person in a business/company that most often interacts with the customer before and after transaction occurs. Customer service Representative
Expects the absolute best and is willing to pay for it,Likely to complain in a reasonably manner. High-Roller customer
The person who owns/controls a business/company. Manager
Generally, will not complain,they will often complain to others Meek customer
Their goal is not to get the complaint satisfied but to win by getting something that is not entitled to be received. Rip-Off Customer
To determine what problem exist and how to correct them. Troubleshoot
Primary group of people for which something is performed or marketed; the specific group to which advertising is directed. Target Audience
a letter that is sent with something to explain the reason for it or to give more information about it, each resume you send out. Cover letter
Brief account of one’s professional or work experience and qualification often submitted with an employment application. Resume

Word Problems Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

According to Greg, perfect cherries have a ratio of 240 cherries to 3 pies. How many cherries does Greg meed to make 9 cherry pies? 720
In the first 3 days of class, Daunte lost 2 pencils. If Daunte keeps losing pencils at the same rate for 60 days of class, how many pencils will he lose? 40
Hank uses 7 scrambled eggs to make 4 breakfast burritos. How many burritos does he make with 21 scrambled eggs? 12
Every 2 weeks, each Mayhem Motorsport employee is expected to sell 8 vehicles. If a Mayhem Motorsport employee works for 12 weeks, how many vehicles will they be expected to sell? 48
n 3 seconds, Kevin can dribble a basketball 13 times. If Kevin dribbles at this same rate for 27 seconds, how many times will he dribble the basketball? 117
Juan purchased 6 soccer jerseys for $105. How much would 12 soccer jerseys cost? 210
You are throwing a party, and you need 5 liters of soda for every 12 guests. If you have 36 guests, how many liters of soda do you need? 15
Craig grades 9 tests every 22 minutes. If Craig has 63 tests to grade, how long will it take him? 154
Laine reads 25 pages in 30 minutes. If Laine reads 200 pages at this same rate, how long will it take her? 240
Laura the seahorse enjoys exercising at the local swimming pool. She swims 2 laps every 1.5 minutes. If Laura swims 12 laps, how long does she swim? 9

Scientific Investigation Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

experiment done several times repeated trial
procedure, plan, or directions scientists follow when doing investigations Scientific method
possible answer to a question or problem hypothesis
think about and study data analyze
statement or sentence explaining what you discovered in your experiment conclusion
written record used by scientist to share results of an experiment lab report
"make or create"an experiment design
diverse ways scientists study natural world Scientific inquiry
skill using one or more senses to gather information and data observation
facts, figures, and other evidence gathered by observations data
interpretation of an observation based on evidence about events that have already occurred inference
any factor that can change in an experiment variable
one factor scientist changes to test hypothesis in an experiment independent variable
factor that changes due to changes made to the independent variable in an experiment dependant variable
experiment which all variables except one stays the same controlled experiment
well tested concept explaining wide range of observations Scientific theory
process of studying results and data to find patterns analysis
tool used to measure mass triple beam balance
all factors and materials remaining the same in experiment constant
fair test driven by a hypothesis experiment
tool used to measure volume graduated cylinder
distance between two points length
amount of matter in an object mass
tool used to measure length meter stick
forecast on what may happen in future situations prediction
amount of space an object takes up volume
standard that other conditions are compared to in experiment control
proven hypothesis due to many experiments and consistent days theory

Unit: Edgar Allan Poe Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The name of the cat that belongs to the narrator Pluto
when a person is mad, crazy, unstable insane
the narrator's childhood friend Rodrick Usher
Rodrick Usher's sister Madeline Usher
the pet of the narrator cat
a story with suspense, violence horror
description of Rodrick Usher's house gloomy
two things Rodrick does to pass time read and paint
mood of ''The Fall of the House of Usher'' depressed
a book that Rodrick and the narrator enjoy reading ''The Haunted House''
what is the narrator in "The Black Cat'' obsessed with alcohol
time of year in ''The Fall of the House of Usher'' autumn
Montresor's enemy Fortunado
name of the wine in ''The Cask of Amontillado'' Amontillado
underground tunnels catacombs
how did the narrator hear about Rodrick letter
the narrator of ''The Black Cat'' and ''The Cask of Amontillado'' is... unreliable
the narrator of "The Fall of the House of Usher'' is... reliable
not being able to control feelings and actions unstable

Vowel Pairs Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

1. about
2. poison
3. presoak
4. preteen
5. complain
6. remain
7. brief
8. allowing
9. repeats
10. enjoys
11. explained
12. detail
13. reading
14. streets
15. unreal

AP Language and Composition Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

These types of argument limit themselves not to the issues, but to the opposition itself. Writers who fall into this fallacy attempt to refute the claims of the opposition by bringing the opposition’s character into person. These arguments ignore the issues and attack the people. Ad hominem
A construction in which one word (usually a verb) modifies or governs (often in different, sometimes, incongruent ways) two or more words in a sentence. Zeugma
This argument tries to get everyone to agree the same way. Writers who use this approach try to convince the reader that everyone else believes in something, so the reader should as well. Also called Bandwagon. Ad populum
The device of using characters and/or story elements symbolically to represent an abstraction in addition to the literal meaning. In some allegories, an author may intend the characters to personify an abstraction, such as hope or freedom. The allegorical meaning usually deals with a moral truth or a generalization about human existence. Allegory
The repetition of sounds, especially initial consonants in two more neighboring words. Although this term is not used frequently, you can still look for alliteration in an essay passage and discuss it. Repetition reinforces meaning, unifies ideas and supplies a musical sound and/or echo to the sense of the passage. Alliteration
A direct or indirect reference to something which is presumably commonly known such as an event, book, myth, religion, nature, history or the supernatural. Allusion
The multiple meanings, either intentional or unintentional, of a word, phrase, sentence or passage Ambiguity
The repetition of word or phrase, followed by additional information; it is used both to clarify and intensify the meaning of the original word. Amplification
A similarity or comparison between two different things or the relationship between them;can explain something unfamiliar by associating it with or pointing out its similarity to something more familiar. Analogies can also make writing more vivid, imaginative or intellectually engaging. Analogy
One of the devices of repetition in which the expression (word or words) is repeated at the beginning of two or more lines, clauses or sentences. Anaphora
A short narrative detailing particulars of an interesting episode or event. The term most frequently refers to an incident in the life of a person. Anecdote
A brief explanation, summary, or evaluation of a text or work of literature. Annotation
The quickness of intellect and the power and talent for saying brilliant things that surprise and delight by their unexpectedness; the power to comment subtly and pointedly on the foibles of the passing scene. Wit
An object, device or creation that is fanciful or rooted in unreality. Whimsy
In grammar, this is the relationship between a verb and a noun (for example, active or passive voice). In rhetoric, voice is a distinctive quality in the style and tone of the writing; the acknowledged or unacknowledged source of words of the story; the speaker’s or narrator’s particular “take” on an idea based on a particular passage and how all the elements of the style of the piece come together to express his or her feelings. Voice
An attitude that may lie under the ostensible tone of the piece. Undertone

Milestone ELA 8th Grade Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The repeating of vowel sounds to create internal rhyme(proud round cloud) Assonance
"The turning point" Point of greatest tension that changes the direction the plot. Often a critical decision is made. Climax
A short statement that presents the main idea and most important points in a piece of writing Summarizing
The narrator is all knowing-tells the thoughts/feelings of more than one character (think about it as this person who hangs above all the characters and knows everything about every chracter third person omniscient
A character who undergoes an important change in the story Dynamic character
A term that means " word relationships" Example: Water:Liquid::Ice:solid Analogy
The author's attitude towards a subject Tone
Usually a main character: goes through a major change in the story Protagonist
The actual everyday meaning of words Literal language
Prejudice in favor or against one thing/person'group compared with another (Usually considered to be unfair) Biased
To refer to something implicitly/without directly stating it Allusion
The conflict(s) is/are resolved and all loose ends are tied up Resolution
We know a lot about these characters (details, see many sides of them) Round Character
A huge eaggeration Hyperbole
The way a text is intended to make the audience feel mood
The repeating of consonant sounds at the beginning of words alliteration
Words that allow the reader to hear a sound Onomatopoeia
Not influenced by personal feelings; based on facts objective text
Compares 2 unlike things by stating that one thing is another thing methaphor
Without bias or prejudice; impartial, fair unbiased
a restatement of an author's words in your own words paraphrasing
The repeating of the same consonant 2 or more times in a short span (can be at the beginning, middle, or end of a word) Consonance
The most important point in a work of literature Main Idea
The character who is against or has conflict with the protagonist antagonist
The moral or lesson of a story/text. Can be implied or directly stated Theme
We don't know much about them. We only see one side of them. Flat character
Events/results of the actions or decision of the character has made (slowly winding do to the end of the story) Falling action
Existing in the mind; belongs to thinking of the subject rather than to the object of thoughts (opinions) Subjective texr
Series of events that occur before the conflict that moves the story forward Rising action
A character who doesn't change at all throughout the story. Their person remains the same. Static Character
Giving human qualities to nonhuman things personification