Type
Word Scramble
Description

morning
wardrobe
boring
taught
warm
august
quarter
warning
order
walked

WAR WOR WA Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

QUARREL
WANDER
WAFFLE
SQUASH
SQUAT
SQUAD
WATCH
SQUABBLE
WORTHY
WORSE
WORSHIP
WORRY
WORTHWHILE
WORLD
WORKER
BACKWARD
WARDEN
WARRIOR
WARDROBE
WARNING
WARMTH
DWARF
SWARM
QUARTER

Oy and Oi Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

When water gets hot it _____. Boils
Not a girl, but a ____. Boy
A King and Queen are considered _____. Royal
The sound a pig makes. Oink
When you're bored, you can play with a ____. toy
Singers have great _____. voices
In order to garden, you need rich ____. soil
Pennys, nickels, dimes, and quarters are all examples of ____. coins
At recess, it can sound very _____. noisy
If you're lucky, you may find an ______ with a pearl inside. oyster
A group of people who sing and perform for others are called a _____. choir
Another word for humid is _____. moist
These cookies are great with milk. chips ahoy
Another word for a long journey is a ______. voyage
The end of a pencil has a _____. point
When you're happy, you feel ____. joy

Money Vocabulary Words Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

money
budget
interest
income
balance
spend
save
lend
barter
investment
profit
taxes
checks
money order
cash
coins
deposit
invest
dollars
quarters
buy
purse
wallet
change

COPING SKILLS SCRAMBLE

Type
Word Scramble
Description

CLEAN
ARTS AND CRAFTS
LISTEN TO MUSIC
PLAY CARDS
PAINT YOUR NAILS
WRITE A LETTER
SQUEEZE A STRESS BALL
EXERCISE OR WALKING
SEWING
PAINTING
WRITE IN A JOURNAL
TALK TO A FRIEND
COUNT TO TWENTY FIVE
DO A PUZZLE
COOKING
DEEP BREATHING
PLAY WITH PET
TALK TO YOURSELF
TAKE A WARM BATH
DRAW A DESIGN

Crazy Horse Crossword Puzzle Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

English equitation
Western pleasure
Raining
Cutting
Working horse
Cow horse
Pony
Palomino
Saddle
Halter
Appaloosa
Buckskin
Dutch warm blood
English
Horseshoes
Miniature horse
Quarter Horse
Showmanship
Tennessee walking horse
Two Point
Western
Wild mustang

or aw au ough augh Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

August
bought
brought
caught
cause
claw
cord
cork
dawn
fought
hawk
launch
pause
sause
taught

Months, Days of the Week and Seasons Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Windy
Rain
Snow
Warm
Dry
Cold
Hot
Summer
Spring
Winter
Fall
Saturday
Friday
Thursday
Wednesday
Tuesday
Monday
Sunday
December
November
October
September
August
July
June
May
April
February
March
January

Stress Management word scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

axiety
therapy
frustration
swim
feelings
reading
cope
stress
exercise
avoid
resentment
emotion
relax
depression
meditation
confrontation
manage
express
anger
control
pain
calm
stuffing
walk
illness
enhancing
performance
mindset
imagination
oxygen

Preterite vs Imperfect Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

My girlfriend and I went to the movie theater last Saturday (ir) fuimos
Carla was a very good student. She would study every day. (estudiar) estudiaba
My brothers were very sick for a few days. (estar) estuvieron
I used to run 2 miles every morning. ((correr) corria
Did you do your chemistry homework? (hacer) hiciste
Drake practiced tennis every morning because he wanted to be a champion. (practicar) practicaba
It rained a lot last week. (llover) llovio
Did y'all get up early on Saturdays when you were little? (levantarse) se levantaban
I decided not to go on vacation because I didn't have enough money. (decidir) decidi
Roberto read 5 books over the summer. (leer) leyo
Susana had to study a lot to pass her honor classes. (tener) tuvo
It was six in the morning when we arrived at the station. (ser) era
What did y'all order for dessert? (pedir) pidieron
Ramon and I used to spend several weeks at the lake cabin every year. (pasar) pasabamos
They would always put on a jacket when morning was cold. (ponerse) se ponian
I couldn't call you last night. My phone died on me. (poder) no pude
You never listened to me. I warned you several times. (escuchar) escuchabas
Maria didn't like to clean her room. (gustar) no le gustaba
I got very good grades in the Spanish class. (sacarse) me saque
We have a lot of fun when we were little. (pasar) pasabamos
Teresa brought several friends to the party. (traer) trajo
Anibal and you didn't stay too long at the meeting. (quedarse) no se quedaron
Why did she want to come to the party? (querer) quiso
The baby would sleep for several hours everyday after lunch. (dormir) dormia
Why didn't they sleep last night? (dormir) durmieron

Lesson 16 Spelling r-controlled vowels Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

fourth
before
course
force
glory
sport
bore
warn
story
form
swarm
wore
soar
warm
coarse