Alexander Graham Bell
Helen Keller was triple ……
A person who cannot see
Where Helen Keller was born
Helen Keller tutor’s name
Helen Keller School’s name for blind people when she was at eight
Helen’s famous Doctor invention before helping deaf people
Name of the Doctor that would help to find a teacher for Helen
ow old was Anne when she first met Helen ?
Mrs. Keller didn’t like to see Helen cry while Anne was …… her
First word being taught by Helen
Raised Dots System writing for blind people
Learning it was a ....
How Helen was able to read
First word Helen understood
Unable to hear
The feeling of water was a pleasant...
Sign language is composed of ...
Unable to see
First word she learned
The teacher's last name
Unable to speak
First Name of main character
Last name of main character
Inability to hear
Where Helen Keller went to college
Month of Helen Kellers birth and death
raised dots that can be read with the fingers by people who are blind
Organization Helen Keller helped to found
First word Helen Keller spoke after becoming blind and deaf
Helen Keller’s teacher
Helen was born in .........................., Alabama
Helen became ill at ....................... months old
What was the name of Helen's teacher?
What College did Helen attend?
What did Helen call Anne?
When did Helen graduate?
When did she die?
How many books did Helen publish?
What is the name of her autobigraphy she wrote in 1903?
.................... is a form of written language for blind people in which characters are represented by patterns of raised dots felt with the fingertips.
The story of a real person’s life written by another person
Informational text dealing with an actual real-life subject
A story that has been made up and has made up characters
A story that has elements that are impossible
A fictional story that mixes futuristic technology with scientific fact
A suspenseful story about a puzzling event
A story with fictional characters that is set in real time in history
A story with fictional characters that is set in the modern world
Verse and rhythmic writing that creates an emotional response
Stories or myths passed on through oral storytelling
A fictional story that involves magic, magical creatures, or magic lands
An exaggerated story that is usually based on a real person or event
A fictional story that explains something that happens in nature
A fictional story based on facts written about a person or event from history; may teach a lesson
A fictional story that teaches a lesson called a moral
A format (NOT A GENRE) of writing that uses art to tell a story; read like a book