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ANCIENT
ARTIST
CAT
GREECE
GUARD
JOURNAL
MOLE
MOUSE
MUSEUM
SAM
SARAH
SHIELD
SKELETON
SKETCH
SPEAR

Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The word in Spanish for a black animal people believe to be bad luck Gato
The word in Spanish for the subject of celebration on November 2 Muertos
The Aztec name for a yellow or orange flower that welcomes the dead Cempasuchil
The Spanish word for skeleton Esqueleto
A place to put offerings for the dead Altar
A colorful food that is placed on an altar for decoration Fruit
A decorated skull candy that honors loved ones, living and dead Sugar Skull
The name of a female skeleton created by artist Jose Guadalupe Posada Catrina
A name for a traditional Mexican garland created by cutting paper Papel Picado
The last name of a famous artist but also the name of another Latino tradition around Christmas Posada
The last name of a famous artist that often wore flowers on her head, similar to the ones found on an altar Kahlo
The author of House on Mango street that has an altar at the National Museum of American History Cisneros

Skeleton Creek Word Search

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Description

Alchemy
Crossbones
Henry
Journal
Mystery
Joe Bush
Dredge
Sarah
Ryan
Skeleton Creek

Trojan War Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

How long did the Trojan War last for? 10years
Each Warrior carried a Shield,Sword and_____? Spear
What is thier Shield made out of? Wood and Bronze
What was the Warriors Armour made out of? Bronze
What was Menelaus' wife's name Helen
What did the Greeks build to trick Troy into thinkng they were Surrendering? wooden horse
How many Ancient Greek Gods were in terested in the War? Eight
What did Troy take away from Greece? there Queen
What Sea did the Greek Heroes ross to get to Troy? Aegean
What is Homer known for? Blind Poet

Animals Word Search

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Description

alligator
ant
anteater
badger
bat
bear
bee
bird
bunny
butterfly
camel
cat
cheetah
chipmunck
cow
coyote
crab
crocodile
deer
dinosaur
dog
dolphin
donkey
duck
eagle
eel
emu
falcon
ferret
fish
flamingo
fly
fox
frog
geko
goat
hamster
horse
kangaroo
koala
lemur
leoperd
lion
lizard
lobster
lune
mole
moose
mouse
newt
octopus
otteer
owl
panda
panther
parrot
peacock
penguin
pig
possum
pug
puma
quail
raccoon
rat
ray
robin
seal
shark
shrimp
skunk
snail
snake
squid
swan
tiger
toad
tucan
turkey
turtle
umbrellabird
walrus
wasp
whale
wolf
yak
yorkie
zebra
zonkey
zorse

Ancient Greek Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What does the word KaTW mean in Greek? down
What is the name of the Greek God of the sea? poseidon
What is the name of the Greek God of the sun? apollo helios
What is the biggest ancient Greek temple? parthenon
What is the biggest mountain in Greece? mount olympus
What was the one biggest city in ancient Greece? athens
What did Hoplites wear on their shins when going to war? greaves
What did the ancient Greeks use as a weapon to charge at people? spear
What is the name of the Greek God of the sky? zeus
What were ancient Greek houses made from? clay
What did the ancient Greek used to grow? olives
What fruit did the ancient Greeks eat? figs
What sea surrounds Greece? mediterranean
Was the ancient Greek olympics performed clothed or naked? naked
What did the ancient Greek men wear in daily life? chiton
What did ancient Greeks wear on their feet? sandals
What army were khown for being brave and fierce? spartans
What famous Greek was a mathematician and engineer? archimedes
What was an ancient Greek garden called? courtyard
Did ancient Greek men and women live in the same part of the house? no

Washington DC - District of Columbia Word Search

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Harbour
Union Market
Veterans Memorial
Octagon House
Holocaust Memorial
Licoln Memorial
GeorgeTown
Portriat Gallery
Smithsonian
National Mall
White House
Wax Museum
Thomas Jefferson
Shakespeare Library
Library of Congress
Freedom Plaza
Capitol Hill
Michelle Obama
Barack Obama
Washington Monument
Supreme Court
Shadow House
Natural History
National Cathedral
Kennedy Center
Ethiopian Food
Botanic Garden
Arboretum
Air And Space Museum

Ancient Greece Word Search

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ares
athens
democracy
education
goddesses
gods
greek
hades
lamb
medusa
mythology
odyssey
olive
olympics
zeus

Ancient Greece Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is a form of government in which citizens govern themselves? Democracy
Who is someone who uses reason to explain natural events? Philosopher
What is the city-state in Ancient Greece that is the current capital? Athens
Only 1/5 of the people were allowed to participate in ________. Government
Slaves, foreigners, and ______ were excluded from government. Woman
Plato, Aristotle, and ______ were notable Greek philosophers. Socrates
Many Greeks believed that their ______ were responsible for all natural events. gods
A ______ is a sacred site used to consult a god or goddness. Oracle
Who was the goddness of war? Athena
Who was the father of Hercules? Zeus
The first _____ was held in Greece. Olympics
Which philosopher believed intellectual intelligence can only be attained by upper-class males? Aristotle
Which Athenian branch of government was made up of a council of only 500 men? Executive
What kind of democracy does Ancient Athens have? direct
What princess did the Trojans capture that led into the Trojan war? helen

Aboriginal Word Search

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Description

sacred
dingo
smoke
didjeridu
bullroarer
ants
spears
emu
boomerang
aerial
iron
ochre
clay
teaching
kangaroo
graffiti
bark
dreamtime
dot
lizard
Australian
symbols
ancient stories

Ancient Greece Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A circular shield used in battle by the Hoplites. Hoplon
An area/settlement that is controlled by or belongs to a country. Colony
A formal speech, especially given on a ceremonial occasion. Oration
A contagious bacterial disease characterized by fever and delirium. Plague
The study of ideas about knowledge, truth, the nature and meaning of life, etc. Philosophy
The school male Spartan children were sent to, to become a citizen and soldier. Agogi
A public open space used for assemblies and markets. Agora
A body of heavily armed infantry formed in close, deep ranks. Phalanx
A staple soup made of boiled pigs' legs, blood, salt, and vinegar. Spartan Black Broth
A fortress built on top of a high hill. Acropolis
The Greek word for city-state. Polis
They entered Greece and settled in Peloponnesus, and later colonized Sicily and Southern Italy. Dorians
A member of a group of rich landowners who took power. Aristocrat
A galley with three rows of oars on each side, used as a warship. Trireme
Of or relating to Greek history, culture, or art after Alexander the Great. Hellenistic
A democracy in which the power to govern lies directly in the people, rather than through representatives. Direct Democracy
A form of government in which citizens hold the power. Democracy
One of five Spartan magistrates having power over the king. Ephors
A leader who held power through the use of force. Tyrant
The period of history from the Dorian invasion and end of the Mycenaean civilization, to the the poleis. Dark Age
A government in which only a few people have power. Oligarchy
To banish an unpopular or too powerful citizen from a city for 5 or 10 years by popular vote. Ostracize
A provincial governor in the Persian Empire. Satrap
People who have the right to participate in government. Citizen
A member of a class of serfs (slaves) in Sparta. Helot
A heavily armed foot soldier of ancient Greece. Hoplite
A democracy in which officials are elected to represent a group of people. Representative