Type
Word Search
Description

Marshall Ross
Melanie Ross
role play
Imagination
Octopus
Neferbeth
Toby Alvillar
Ken Kamata
Wilson School
Egypt Game
Elizabeth Chung
Professor
Security
April Hall

The Egypt Game Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

hieroglyphics
professor
nefertiti
neferbeth
melanie ross
marshall
eleven
egypt invaded
egypt
April Hall
antique

The Egypt Game Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

She eventually gives up her false eyelashes April Hall
Melanie keeps her paper dolls in a geography Book
Dorothea’s mother in law writes letters to April Caroline
Writes letters to April Dorothea
Place of fascination for apiland Melanie Egypt
Melanie stoles April Eyelashes
Aprils nickname February
His Egyptian name is horemheb Ken
The professor gives there’s to the players Keys
Caroline place of work Library
Identifies with the title character from Aida Melanie
Preservation of dead bodies Mummification
Elizabeth reminded the girls of her Nefertiti
A place used to consult the deities Oracle
Marshal agreed to be one Pharaoh
Melanie favortie past time Reading
Dressed as the new American Toby
Name of school Wilson
Dorothea married him Nick
Egyptian design Ankh

greys anatomy Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

addison
adele
alex
altman
amelia
april
avery
bailey
burke
callie
cardiothoracic
dereck
edwards
ellis
erica
george
grey
hahn
harris
izzy
jackson
jo
karev
kepner
leah
lexie
margaret
mark
mercywest
meredith
miranda
montgomery
murphy
neurologist
omalle
oncology
operation
orthopidic
pierce
preston
richard
ross
sadie
seattlegrace
shane
shepard
sloan
stephanie
stevens
surgery
teddy
torrez
webber
wilson

Friends Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The name of the coffee shop where the group of friends hang out central perk
Bing (played by Matthew Perry) Chandler
Jennifer (plays Rachel) Aniston
Creepy coffee shop guy who is obsessed with Rachel Gunther
Joey (played by Matt LeBlanc Tribbiani
The pet monkey belonging to Ross Marcel
Ross and Monica's surname Geller
David (plays Ross) Schwimmer
Lisa Kudrow's character, surname Buffay Phoebe
Famous song by Phoebe Buffay Smelly Cat
"Ohhhh Myyyyyy Gooooodddd" famous quote by this character Janice
Performs the theme song "I'll Be There For You" The Rembrandts
Phoebe Buffay's twin sister Ursula
The gift Phoebe gives to her brother after finding out he and his wife cannot have children Triplets
The doctor that Joey portrays on Days Of Our Lives Drake Ramoray
The British girl Ross marries, whose name he forgets at the altar Emily
The name of Ross and Rachel's daughter Emma
Water fowl kept as a pet by Joey and Chandler Duck
The name of joey's agent Estelle
The setting of the show New York
a a

The Egypt Game Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

pharoah
Mrs Ross
costumes
Ken
Toby
curio store
imagining game
ceremony
Set
Dorothea
Caroline
Hollywood
Security
Elizabeth
Neferbeth
Marshamosis
Nefertiti
Casa Rosada
Professor
Marshall
April
Melanie

F.R.I.E.N.D.S. Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Monica was once stung by one at the beach. Jellyfish
Phoebe and Ursula were this type of twins. Identical
University student who once dated Ross. Elizabeth
Joey once worked on "Days of ___ Lives" Our
Ross and Emily went to honeymoon to? Athens
Chandler's co-worker Bob thought Chandler's name is ___. Toby
Rachel once kissed her boss. His name was ___. Mr. Zelner
'How could you not be ___? 'Cause you're in such a ___ place.' Breezy
Joey's sister ___ punched Chandler. Cookie
What did Phoebe find in a can of soda? Thumb
Who is the Wine Guy? Paul
One of the character had very small feet for an adult. Joey
Who puts the ball down in the throwing game? Phoebe
"More ___ Mr.Chandler?" Turkey
Middle name of Ursula Pamela
Joey calls his chair Rosita. What does he call his TV? Stevie
Chandler had 3 nipples. What did he name the third one? Nubbin
Ross plays keyboard and ___. bagpipes

Trail of Tears Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Congressional Act of 1830 IndianRemovalAct
present day Oklahoma Indian teritory
sauk Leader BlackHawk
Sauk leader Keokuk
natives who signed the Treaty Of Dancing Rabbit Creek Choctaw
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court MArshall
Pricipal chief of the Cherokee John Ross
Developed a writing system Sequoya
800 mile forced march Trail of Tears
Natives from present day Mississippi Chickasaw
Seminole leader Osceola
Cherokee newspaper Phoenix
natives from present day Alabama Creek
President who ignored Supreme Court Jackson

Black History CrossWord

Type
Crossword
Description

Rhythm-and-blues singer, and an actress became an overnight R&B sensation. Haughton
The first African-American player in the modern major leagues. Robinson
He excelled at track and field events. At the 1936 Olympic games in Berlin, he astounded the world and upset Hitler's "Aryan" theories by equaling the world mark in the 100-meter race, breaking world records in the 200-meter race and in the broad jump, and winning the 400-meter relay race. Owens
He was the first black to sit on the high court (Supreme Court). Marshall
Became a teacher at age 16. taught her students woodworking, sewing, cooking, and gardening, as well as academics. Randolph
Became the first African American and one of the first women to publish a book of poetry in the colonies, doing so in 1773. mastered Latin and Greek, going on to write highly acclaimed poetry. Wheatley
Religious leader; director of NAACP. Muhammad
His work in chemistry revolutionized the meatpacking industry. His research led to improved curing salts, which led to improved meat preservation. He also discovered a method for sterilizing spices, which had applications in other fields. His methods are today used to sterilize medicine, medical supplies, and cosmetics. In addition, he patented a method that dramatically cut the amount of time necessary to cure meats. Instead of a six to fifteen-day period, meats could be cured in hours. Hall
44th president of the U.S. The first black U.S. president. Obama
The rapper who made the hit album Get Rich or Die Tryin; he survived being shot 9 times. 50Cent
He played professionally with the San Francisco 49ers, the Oakland Raiders, and the Seattle Seahawks. He became the NFL's oldest wide receiver and one of its greatest players. At his retirement, he held numerous career records. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2010. Rice
First major black promoter who has controlled heavyweight title off and on since 1978; Don King is an eccentric boxing promoter known for his wild hair and the titanic bouts he arranges. King
Professional golfer who is among the most successful golfers of all time. He has been one of the highest-paid athletes in the world for several years. Woods
American folk painter known for his depictions of African American life and of the horrors of war.His first large canvas was an eloquent protest against war, End of the War. Pippin
Intelligent fugitive slave who was also an abolitionist. Douglass
1960 Olympic gold medalist boxer who became the world heavyweight champion. His flamboyant boxing style and outspoken stances on social issues made him a controversial figure during the 1960s and early 1970s. Ali
Actor and comedian who was the voiceover for the donkey in the animated Shrek, Shrek 2, and Shrek the Third. His role of James “Thunder” Early in Dreamgirls received rave reviews and several award nominations. He also had roles in movies such as 48 Hours and Beverly Hills Cop. Murphy
Emmy Award-winning television talk-show host, actress and producer. She was the first African-American women to reach billionaire status. Winfrey
Comedian and actor who was the voiceover for Marty the zebra in Madagascar and Madagascar 2. His 1996 HBO special, Bring the Pain, won him a wide audience and two Emmy awards. He also hosted the 77th Academy Awards Show. Rock
Actor with leading roles in the blockbusters Independence Day, Men in Black, Men in Black II, Wild Wild West, etc. Smith

The Progressive Era Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Sherman Anti-trust Act
conservation
prohibition
initiative
recall
isolated
regionalism
realism
slums
NAACP
Theodore Roosevelt
Woodrow Wilson
Ida Tarbell
Child Labor
muckrakers
tenement
Womens Rights
Susan B Anthony
Alice Paul
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
suffragists

The Progressive Era Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

NAACP
muckrakers
Womens Rights
Woodrow Wilson
prohibition
isolated
initiative
Ida Tarbell
tenement
Theodore Roosevelt
regionalism
recall
realism
conservation
Child Labor
Susan B Anthony
Sherman Anti-trust Act
slums
Alice Paul
Elizabeth Cady Stanton