Type
Crossword
Description

Short for racoon coon
Hounds dogs
Thinly arranged sparsely
Easy to do cinch
Shared with each person in a group allotted
Rising land near the mountains foothills
Thought it over mulled
A place where the train stops depot
Half of a room above the ground floor loft
Tornado cyclone
Animal that pretends to be dead opossum
Heavy scars on a hand or foot calluses
Outside of the orange rind
Area with many houses residential
Convince someone to do it coax
Not awake or growing dormant
Above the fireplace mantel
Running and playing romping
Able to grow things well fertile

Where The Red Fern Grows Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Simple or rough; not fancy crude
Not able to endure or tolerate unbearable
Not thickly grown or settled; thinly sparsely
noisy confusion or excitement commotion
urging; persuading coaxing
To move or roam quietly or secretly like a predator prowl
Think over slowly and carefully mull
tremble; shake quiver
Temporarily inactive; deep sleep dormant
Harsh; extreme drastic
Love or enthusiasm for a person devotion
Play roughly and energetically romp
To test the weight of something by lifting it heft
Great surprise astonishment

Where The Red Fern Grows Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Billy named his girl dog little ANN
Who is telling the story BILLY
What type of dogs does Billy want COONHOUNDS
The slide was really a escape FIRE
The coon that no one could tree was called the coon GHOST
How is Billy schooled HOMESCHOOLED
Billy lived near the river ILLINOIS
What killed old dan mountainlion
What state does billy live near OKLAHOMA
Billy named his boy dog Dan OLD
What did billys dogs like to hunt RACOON
What is the last name of the author RAWLS
What color was the fern that covered the graves RED
Who is the cat in the story SAMIE
What was the type of tree the dogs treed there first coon in SYCAMORE
What is the town Billy went to get his pups TAHLEQUAH
How much money did billy win THREEHUNDRED
What is the term Billy uses when his dogs have a coon in a tree. TREED
How many dogs did billy have TWO
What is the first name of the author WILLSON
what point of view is this book written from first person

Where The Red Fern Grows Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who is the main character? Billy
The dogs' names Old Dan and Little Ann
The Name of billy's Dad Papa
The first coon billy killed Mr.Ringtail
Which Pritchard died? Rubin
Where did billy get his dogs from? Kentucky
Where does Billy Live? The Ozark Mountains
A folktale or mythical story LEGEND
The color of the cup Billy gave to his little sister Silver
How long did Billy wait for his dogs? Two Years

Where the Red Fern Grows Week 1 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

hampering
gouge
eternity
domain
desperation
bulldogged
squalling
sparsely
sheen
quavering
provisions
muster
festered
dumbfounded
drastic
dormant
commotion
canebrakes
aromatic
allotted

Where the Red Fern Grows Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Billy
Bluebird Creek
Buggy
Cherokee country
Coon
Coon Hounds
Dogfight
Ghost Coon
Grandpa
Hunting
Little Ann
Mama
Old Dan
Ozark Mountains
Papa
Rainie
Rubin
Samie
Sycamore Tree
Wilson Rawls

Red Fern Grows 1-5 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

given as a task alloted
having a strong pleasant odor aromatic
a disorderly outburst or tumuit commotion
inactive but capable of becoming active dormant
forceful and extreme and rigorous drastic
as if rendered speechless with astonishment and surprise dumbfounded
let something bother you for too long or ripen and generate pus fester
a stock or supply of foods provisions
(of the voice) quivering as from weakness or fear quavering
the visual property of something that shines sheen
characterized by short periods of noisy commotion squalling
pleasing persuasive or intended to persuade coaxing

Where the red fern grows( word search)

Type
Word Search
Description

Bore
Bottoms
Coaxing
Depot
Eaves
Farm
Gingerly
Gully
Hunting
Switch
Sycamores
Tarp
Timber
Tree
Washout

Plant Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

de up of many cells; makes its own food through photosynthesis; all plants are living things, but they cannot move like animals; examples of plants include trees, grasses, flowering plants, and mosses. Plants
a young plant sprouts from a seed; first sprout will turn into a seedling and then a small plant; to germinate, a seed needs the right conditions, including water, nutrients, and temperature. Germination
a plant structure that contains a young plant, food supply, and protective coating; Seeds are used by plants to create new plants; a seed can only produce the kind of plant it came from. Seed
a plant that uses flowers to reproduce; plants having seeds in a closed ovary; a plant that can produce fruit or flowers. Angiosperm
the transfer of pollen from the stamen (male) to the stigma (female); pollen can be transported from one flower by other living organisms or the wind to another flower; this is how they reproduce. Pollination
a biological process by which plants create offspring by combining their genetic material – sperm and egg, called gametes. Sexual Reproduction
In flowering plants (angiosperms) it begins with pollination, the transfer of pollen from anther to stigma on the same flower or to the stigma of another flower. Once the pollen grain lodges on the stigma, a pollen tube grows from the pollen grain to an ovule. Flower
one of the often brightly colored leaves of a flower Petal
a part of a plant, shaped like a leaf, that lies at the base of a flower; sepals hold and protect developing flower buds. Sepal
a yellow powder produced by the stamen of a flower; pollen fertilizes the pistil of another flower; without pollen, plants could not reproduce. Pollen
male reproductive organ of a flower that produces pollen; the stamen is made up of two parts, the anther and the filament Stamen
the part of a flower's stamen that contains the pollen; you can see these sticking out of the flower – they are the tips of the filaments. Anther
the part of a flower’s stamen; the slender stalk, the filament supports the anther Filament
the female reproductive organ of a flower that can be fertilized by pollen. Pistil
the part of a flower’s pistil that receives pollen and the pollen grain germinates; the stigma is the sticky Stigma
the part of the flower’s pistil that is a long, slender stalk that connects the stigma and the ovary. Style
in the flowering plants, an ovary is a part of the female reproductive organ of the flower; it is the part of the pistil which holds the ovule(s) and is located above or below or at the point of connection with the base of the petals and sepals. Ovary
a small body that contains the female reproductive cell of a plant; develops into a seed after fertilization Ovules
seed plants (such as conifers – pine trees or cycads) that produce “naked” seeds not enclosed in an ovary; non-flowering plants; can not produce fruits, they produce cones reproduce by pollination and sexual reproduction. Gymnosperm
plants without flowers that use spores instead of seeds to reproduce: has a root system, a stem, and large divided leaves, called fronds; ferns grow in m Fern
a reproductive cell that can grow into a new organism without fertilization; spores develop on the underside of the fern’s fronds and look like little dots; the spores are carried away from the leaves by wind and water. If the spore lands in moist, shaded soil, it can grow into a new plant. Spore
reproduction not requiring fertilization; its nucleus splits and the parent cell divides into two equal parts. Types of asexual reproduction include cell division, budding, fission, or spore formation, not involving the union of gametes Asexual reproduction
the process in which plants use the energy in sunlight to make food; green plants use their leaves to capture the sun’s light and carbon dioxide from the air. They combined this with water taken in by the plant’s roots. The result is sugar. This sugar gives the plant the energy it needs to grow. During photosynthesis plants release oxygen into the air for us to breathe. Photosynthesis

Where The Red Fern Grows Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

tahlequah
threehundred
mountainlion
fire
treed
old
racoon
sycamore
ann
illinois
oklahoma
samie
billy
willson
two
red
coonhounds
rawls
ghost
homeschool

Floor Hockey Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

It is used to start the game and restart the game after a goal is scored. Face Off
When a player shoots or passes with the bottom hand pulling the stick forward. Forehand
When a player shoots or passes with the bottom hand pushing the stick backwards. Backhand
The act of pushing or passing the puck up and down the court. Dribbling
When a single player scores 3 goals in the same game. Hat Trick
Players who commit infractions during the game go to this spot to sit out for alloted time period. Penalty Box
Illegal use of the hockey stick to hook another player. Hooking
Consequence given for roughing, high sticking, hooking, or other misconduct fouls that are illegal. Penalty
Penalty called when a player lifts the blade of their stick above the waist, winds up, or follows through when attemting to hit the puck. High Sticking
n illegal shot that involves swinging the stick behind, slapping the puck, and the follow through brings the stick high. Slapshot
Game played in P.E. using only sticks, a puck, and goal. FloorHockey
This person protects the goal from the opposite team trying to score. Goalie