Polynesia Word Puzzle Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Human sacrifice
Pacific Ocean
Family unit
Exploration
New Zealand
Micronesia
Settlement
Migration
Expansion
Polynesia
Melanesia
British
Priests
Warrior
Oceania
Chiefs
Maori
Tonga
Land
Myth
Gods
Pa

POLYNESIA Word Search

POLYNESIA Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

MARQUESAS ISLANDS
SOCIETY ISLANDS
NORFOLK ISLAND
PACIFIC OCEAN
EASTER ISLAND
COOK ISLANDS
NEZ ZEALAND
PALM TREES
MICRONESIA
BORA BORA
MELANESIA
POLYNESIA
TOKELAU
TUVALU
MOOREA
TAHITI
HAWAII
SAMOA
TONGA
MAORI
CHIEF
MOAI
AHU
MOA

Southeast Asia and Oceania Crossword

Southeast Asia and Oceania  Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

dry, unpopulated region in Australia
large ship developed to sail the ocean
small ship used in lagoons of islands
isolated reef, located in Marshall Islands
state organized as a ring of power around a central court
powerful empire that lasted roughly from 9th-15th centuries
colony composed of Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam
American military conflict against communist North Vietnam
Association of Southeast Asian Nations alliance
"Tiny Islands"
"Black Islands"
"Many Islands"
produces food for families only for themselves and what they need
dried meat of coconuts
tropical Asian plant with starchy root
place to send prisoners
people who migrated to Australia from Asia 40,000 years ago
first settlers of New Zealand, migrated from Polynesia
treaty signed by the British and Maori in 1840
Maori term for white people, New Zealanders of European descent
minority group adopts majority groups culture
stolen Aboriginal children
gave Aborigines right to claim land in the north
Aboriginal people rightfully land before the British
renting land from government
Aboriginal people could claim land under a Pastoral lease
growth of industry
push people out of homelands; pull people to a new place

Pacific Islands word search

Pacific Islands word search
Type
Word Search
Description

way finding
apprentice
indigenous
micronesia
melanesia
navigator
polynesia
territory
chamorro
language
culture
oceania
Pacific
Europe
Hawaii
island
mentor
native
canoe
samoa
Guam

UNIT 4 Crossword Puzzle

UNIT 4 Crossword Puzzle
Type
Crossword
Description

A large landmass that is smaller than a continent
The highest mountain on Earth
India's most important river
A landform at the mouth of a river created by seiment deposits
Created a fertile plain known as the Indus River Valley
Seasonal winds that bring either moist or dry air up from the Indian Ocean, causing heavy rains
The world's highest mountain range
The world's highest plateau, it is called the Roof of the World
In Mongolia and known as worlds coldest desert
China's main population centers and farmlands
Also known as the Yellow River that flows across northern China
Fertile, yellowish soil
Asia's longest river and a major transportion route
Japan's highest mountain
Includes both North Korea and South Korea
Large underwater earthquakes sometimes cause destructive waves
A place where lots of fish and other seafood can be caught
A peninsula that extends from the Asian mainland an called the region Mainland Southeast Asia
Anothe peninsula that extends from the Asian mainland that is called the Mainland Southeast Asia
A large group of islands
Earth's second largest island
Its Earth's third largest island
Most important river
A coral reef parallel to the coast of Queensland, in NE Australia
a reef composed mainly of coral and other organic matter of which parts have solidified into limestone
One of the original or earliest known inhabitants of a country or region
A member of the native Polynesian population of New Zealand
The back country or remote settlements
One of the three principal divisions of Oceania, comprising the small Pacific islands N of the equator and E of the Philippines, whose main groups are the Mariana Islands, the Caroline Islands, and the Marshall Islands
One of the three principal divisions of Oceania, comprising the island groups in the S Pacific NE of Australia
One of the three principal divisions of Oceania, comprising those island groups in the Pacific lying E of Melanesia and Micronesia and extending from the Hawaiian Islands S to New Zealand
A ring-shaped coral reef or a string of closely spaced small coral islands, enclosing or nearly enclosing a shallow lagoon
Any tract of land; region or district
An ice sheet projecting into coastal waters so that the end floats
A large floating mass of ice, detached from a glacier and carried out to sea
A peninsula in Antarctica, S of South America
A high-latitude desert where the existing moisture is frozen in ice sheets and is thus unavailable for plant growth
A layer in the earth's atmosphere that protects living things from the harmful effects of the sun's ultraviolet rays

Polynesian Expansion Crossword

Polynesian Expansion  Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

The supreme chief
The chief
The Maori elders
The priest
The slaves
The national emblem of New Zealand
Traditional name of the Maori tattoos
Traditional name for Maori Tribe
Traditional Maori word for village
The traditional Maori word for family
The native people of New Zealand
Native people of Easter Island
Who was the first explorer to discover New Zealand
New Zealand's national animal
What is the shortened name of the New Zealand Dollar?
What was the year the NZ flag was established?
What is the main religion in New Zealand?
Are there more boys or girls in New Zealand?
Who mainly get a Ta moko?
What is the main colour associated with New Zealand?

Polynesia Crossword

Polynesia Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Maori society / supreme chief, gained his position through birth
Maori Society / chief, inherited the position from his father
Maori society / elders, chosen by the tribe
Maori society / priest, held the knowledge of clan history
Maori Society / commoners, were all the members of an iwi
Maori Society / slaves, were at the bottom of Maori society
What was the name of the great southern continent New Zealand was part of?
The name of the evergreen coastal trees, that flowered with bright crimson flowers in Polynesia
A flightless bird native to New Zealand
What was the name of the rat that the first settelers brought to Polynesia?
The name of the dogs that the first settlers brought to Polynesia
The biggest Polynesian island
What is the family unit at the core of Maori society?
What was the name of the war dance the Maori warriors sometimes performed to prepare for battle?
The name of the Maori societies sacred law?

Polynesian History Word Search

Polynesian History Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Austronesians
Iwi Tohunga
wayfinders
Navigation
Polynesian
Hei Matau
expansion
Migration
Polynesia
Aotearoa
Rapa Nui
Ta Moko
climate
pottery
Tattoo
Raurau
Uirere
Ngunga
swells
Hawaii
Taiwan
dugout
lapita
stars
Space
Place
Maori
canoe
Koru
Time
raft

polynesian words and definition Crossword

polynesian words and definition Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

supreme chief of the tribe
Elder of the tribe
chief of the village
a region of the central pacific
the priest
the commoners
slaves
region of the western pacific
a region to the south of micronesia
silver fern
this tree had huge trunks measuring in over 15m in diameter
this tree had very tough stems and was found in wetlands across the island
the treaty sign in 1840
a flightless bird resembling a large purple chicken
a voyage of canoes
a reptile that has existed for over 200 years
sacred law in Polynesia

Polynesian Word Search

Polynesian Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Austronesians
polynesian
Navigation
wayfinders
rarotonga
expansion
Hei Matau
Polynesia
Migration
tivaevae
tusitala
rapa nui
Aotearoa
cassava
coconut
pottery
climate
Ta Moko
turtle
dugong
tuvalu
malolo
hingoa
kahuna
Hawaii
Raurau
lapita
Ngunga
dugout
Taiwan
swells
Uirere
Tattoo
moana
aloha
pareu
coral
samoa
tonga
atoll
ocean
canoe
space
stars
Maori
Place
vaka
niue
taro
palm
sasa
tapa
fale
atua
kava
mele
raft
Time
Koru
inu
umu
yam

World geo Crossword

World geo  Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

1 of 3 regions in Oceania
Asian plant
Dried meat of a coconut
A place to send prisoners
Settlers of New Zealand
White people
When a group adopts other cultures
When aborigines owned australia
Growth of industries
Unpopulated inland region of Australia
Double hulled canoe
Charts of sticks and stones
A French colony
Black islands
Tiny islands
Rings of power
Powerful mandalas
Fight between north and south Vietnam
Site of US wepons testing
Worlds largest coral reef
Coral reefs
Created by volcanoes
100,000 children taken by government
Land causes
Factors that attract or push people