Type
Word Search
Description

HABITAT
SPRING
BE
BEE
MAINE
MANE
MEAT
MEET
TAIL
TALE
TOO
TWO
WEAK
WEEK

Gloria Who Might Be My Best Friend (homophones) Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

cymbol
symbol
sun
son
cent
sent
crews
cruise
dear
deer
bear
bare
through
threw
see
sea
two
too
bee
be
tale
tail
main
mane
weak
week
meat
meet

HOMOPHONES- LESSON 22 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

be
bee
main
mane
meat
meet
sea
see
tail
threw
through
too
two
weak
week

Homophones Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

meat
meet
male
mail
plain
plane
right
write
sail
sale
son
sun
tail
tale
there
their
where
wear
would
wood

Homophones Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

piece
meet
stare
brake
write
steal
tail
tale
steel
plane
made
main
break
plain
peace
pane
read
reed
meat
pain
some
mane
sum
right
stair

Homo-Phones Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

whether
weather
where
wear
week
weak
two
to too
through
threw
tale
tail
stair
stare
sun
son
soul
sole
see
sea
seen
scene
sale
sail
roll
role
plane
plain
peek
peak
piece
peace
pale
pail
won
one
num
none
maid
made
led
lead
no
know
not
knot
knead
need
our
hour
whole
hole
here
hear
fowl
foul
flour
flower
flea
flee
fare
fair
dough
doe
deer
dear
course
coarse
serial
cereal
sellar
cellar
bye
by
break
brake
bored
board
blue
blew
bee
be
bear
bare
eight
ate
aloud
Allowed

HOMOPHONES WORD SEARCH

Type
Word Search
Description

HEAR
HERE
HAIR
HARE
BYE
BUY
BY
PROPHET
PROFIT
WEAR
WARE
WHERE
REIGN
RAIN
TAIL
TALE
POUR
PORE
GREAT
GRATE
PIECE
PEACE
PAST
PASSED
FOR
FOUR
FORE
DYE
DIE
PALE
PAIL
WAIST
WASTE
SUN
SON
HEAL
HEEL
PLANE
PLAIN
MALE
MAIL
BOARD
BORED
MEAT
MEET
WOOD
WOULD
HOLE
WHOLE
THREW
THROUGH
MINER
MINOR
CREEK
CREAK
WRITE
RITE
RIGHT
BURY
BERY
BORE
BOAR
SOAR
SORE
THEYRE
THERE
THEIR
TOO
TWO
TO
BARE
BEAR

Figurative Language & Other Literary Devices Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Comparison of 2 unlike things using "like" or "as" simile
Comparison of 2 unlike things without "like" or "as" Metaphor
Bestowing human qualities on inanimate objects personification
Exaggeration used for effect hyperbole
An expression that should not be taken literally idiom
Humorous play on words pun
A mental picture image
Use of language that appeals to the senses Imagery
Use of words that mimic the sounds they represent Onomatopoeia
Brief popular saying proverb
Figure of speech made up of contradictory terms oxymoron
Antonym of "hyperbole" understatement
Repetition of initial consonant sounds alliteration
Implied meaning of a word connotation
Dictionary meaning of a word denotation
Nonstandard form of a language dialect
Conversation between 2 or more characters. dialogue
A tall ___ uses many unbelievable elements. tale
Meat and ___ are homonyms meet

Silence of the Frogs Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Frogs live in places that have this water
Frogs are disappearing rapidly - mainly because of these individuals humans
Frogs begin as eggs and grow into these tadpoles
Frogs belong to two very different ____ chains food
Food chains always start with these plants
As a tadpole, frogs are plant eaters - also called this herbivores
Adult frogs are meat eaters - also called this carnivores
The main diet of an adult frog is small fish and insects
If frogs were completely wiped out, insect populations would increase
The most important cause for the decline in frog populations is a loss of this habitat
Frogs need clean water to lay their eggs
Adult frogs need a forest or a field to catch food
This human activity has taken away a habitat from the frogs farming
One main cause for the decline in frog populations is pollution
Frogs absorb this through their skin oxygen
Human activities that contribute to this also harm the frog population global warming
If the climate becomes this, frogs will lose some of their wetland habitat dry

5th Grade Unit 10 Spelling Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

magnificent
stationery
stationary
canvas
canvass
bury
berry
pour
pore
flee
flea
heel
heal
lone
loan
piece
peace
haul
hall
soul
sole
mane
main
pole
poll

Fairy Tale World! Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a written or printed work consisting of pages glued or sewn together along one side and bound in covers. Book
a woman thought to have magic powers, especially evil ones, popularly depicted as wearing a black cloak and pointed hat and flying on a broomstick. witch
a mythical animal typically represented as a horse with a single straight horn projecting from its forehead. unicorn
a stick or rod thought to have magic properties, held by a magician, fairy, or conjuror and used in casting spells or performing tricks. wand
a fairy-tale heroine who enters the house of the Three Bears Goldilocks
a solid-hoofed plant-eating domesticated mammal with a flowing mane and tail, used for riding, racing, and to carry and pull loads. Horse
the daughter of a monarch. a close female relative of monarch, especially a son's daughter. the wife or widow of a prince. Princess
the power of apparently influencing the course of events by using mysterious or supernatural forces. Magic
profound immorality, wickedness, and depravity, especially when regarded as a supernatural force. Evil
A magical human being usually flying with a pair of wings. Fairy