Year 8 English Word Scramble
Type
Word Scramble
Description

vocabulary
reading
comprehension
understand
word
eight
year
english
story
illustrate

Book Club Word Search

Book Club Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

illustrator
story line
resolution
discussion
characters
vocabulary
paragraph
beginning
problem
Reading
ending
middle
climax
author
pages
Title
Books
plot

FSA Word Search

FSA Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

concentration
similarities
illustration
development
excitement
difference
vocabulary
excellence
assessment
knowledge
brilliant
assurance
features
learning
contrast
English
details
reading
caption
compare
graphs
charts
effect
table
order
focus
facts
cause
main
bold

Seventh Grade Crossword

Seventh Grade Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

A reading strategy
We didn't have many of these days this year...
Compares using "like" or "as"
Contest in 7th grade English
The point you are trying to prove...
Giving life like qualities to inanimate objects
Required to use them when reading
Look up the meaning of a word
An incomplete sentence
Read and be prepared to discuss in a group
Johnny's last words to Ponyboy
You took this in math
Ms. Pennella's dogs
Your team
You don't like doing this at home
The problem in a book
Reading assessment done on the computer
You keep your notes and ideas in here
You are to support your thinking with
An 8th grade unit in English
Most of you don't like these tests...
Public Speaking
The turning point in a story

6th Grade Reading STAAR Review Crossword

6th Grade Reading STAAR Review Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

The turning point in a story, where the character has to make a decision
The END END END of a story
Underline the ____________of every summary and match the endings.
Use your __________ at all times when you don't understand a word.
Draw __________next to every stanza to take notes.
Highlight your __________ in informational text to help find the main ideas.
Do the ___________strategy for every picture before you read.
__________carefully after you answer every question.
Keep track of __________ when you are testing.
Label the _________ at the top of the page before you read.
Plot, character, ___________, theme, setting are the five things you need to write at the top of a story, memoir, or drama.
"Illustrate", "convey", "highlight", and "emphasize" all mean to ___________.
The conflict will be the __________or external struggle.
Stage ____________ will be important to highlight in a drama.
Take _____________notes for informational text.
Take __________notes for stories, dramas, or memoirs.
ALWAYS _________your answers by highlighting and marking where you found it, or writing it down.
Put a __________next to figurative language you find in a poem.
Theme is the __________of a story.

All About Reading Word Search

All About Reading Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

figurative language
authors purpose
text structure
context clues
text features
comprehension
point of view
onomatopoeia
description
conclusion
nonfiction
vocabulary
paragraph
adjective
main idea
hyperbole
inference
evidence
metaphor
narrator
solution
sequence
contrast
reading
literal
grammar
chapter
summary
predict
synonym
caption
antonym
fiction
opinion
problem
details
compare
simile
effect
write
topic
trait
idiom
cause
theme
verb
noun
text
fact
plot

March Reading Month Word Search

March Reading Month Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Captain Underpants
Mary Osborne Pope
Table Of Contents
Magic Tree House
Reading Rewards
illustrator
information
nonfiction
character
Dr. Seuss
pictures
fiction
reading
author
Annie
books
facts
index
pages
Stink
story
title
Jack
fun

ACT English and Reading Words Word Search

ACT English and Reading Words Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

MISPLACEDMODIFIER
NATURAL SCIENCE
SOCIAL SCIENCE
LETTEROFTHEDAY
MULITPLECHOICE
PROSE FICTION
CONSTRUCTION
PARALLELSISM
ORGANIZATION
PARENTHESES
APOSTROPHES
PUNCTUATION
COMPREHEND
PARAPHRASE
HUMANITIES
REDUNDANCY
DIRECTIONS
BENCHMARK
WORDINESS
AGREEMENT
SEMICOLON
QUESTIONS
FRAGMENT
PRONOUNS
NOCHANGE
RHETORIC
PASSAGES
MAINIDEA
DETAILS
PURPOSE
PREDICT
CONCISE
GRAMMAR
ANSWERS
WRITING
MINUTES
READING
ENGLISH
COMMAS
FORMAT
PACING
TOPIC
RUNON
NOUNS
COLON
SKIM
DASH
READ

Journalism Crossword Puzzle

Journalism Crossword Puzzle
Type
Crossword
Description

A published false statement
A spoken false statement
The act of using another person's words or ideas as your own.
In a photo layout there should be one larger, _______ image.
When taking a photo or video good _________ is essential.
Aside from good light, good ________ is important in a video.
PBS stands for Public Broadcasting ____________.
Copyright law last for the life of the author plus ________ years.
The _______ determines the how a movie will be filmed.
This person reads television news.
Most younger people get their news from _______.
Most older people get their news from __________.
West Texas was in the news because of an immigrant tent city here.
New York Times slogan appears on front page, "All the News that's fit to _____"
Name of the news museum in Washington, D.C.
This person gathers news and then writes or films a story.
He is credited with creating facebook.
Snapchat was founded how many years ago.
These articles have opinions and are on their own newspaper page.
When you cite what somebody said word for word, that is called a what?
When interviewing anyone you always want to check how what is spelled?
A person who sees a crime being committed is called a ______.
This is the beginning of your story.
The action of damaging the good reputation of someone.
The amendment guarantees a free press.

STAAR Reading Vocabulary Crossword

STAAR Reading Vocabulary Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

A group of letters added to the beginning of a root word to change the meaning
A short statement that gives the main ideas of something that has been said or written
What the reader can figure out about the story using context clues.
A made-up story
A true story about a person's life
A comparison of two things using like or as
A comparison of two things WITHOUT using like or as
The reason the writer wrote something
This is another way to say "tell"
A story, or description of events
A fiction story that could NOT happen in real life
A story passed down from generation to generation
One line of poetry
A group of lines that look much like a paragraph
The moral of a story
The specific style of writing is the story's...
Pictures, maps, captions, graphic organizers...anything provided except the text
To come to a final decision based on facts
A word that has the opposite meaning of another word
The order of something

Words Their Way Word Search

Words Their Way Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Comprehension
Illustration
Decoration
Comprehend
Conclusion
Illustrate
Imitation
Explosion
Operation
Expansion
Allusion
Conclude
Creation
Invasion
Erosion
Explode
Operate
Imitate
Allude
Create
Invade
Expand
Erode