Type
Crossword
Description

Who is the man who ran the lottery? Mr.Summer
What day is the lottery held? 27th
What mouth is the Lott held in? June
What is the result in the end of the book Death
What were the children gathering in the begging of the story? Stone
What do people call something that they do every year? Tradition
What is held every year Lottery
Who is the author Shirley Jackson
What was on the paper? A Dot
Who was killed Tessie

The Lottery Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who is the man who ran the lottery? Mr.Summer
What is the day the lottery is held? 27th
What month is the Lottery held in? June
What is the result in the end of the book? Death
What were the children gathering in the begging of the book? Stones
What do people all something they do every year? Tradition
What is held every year? Lottery
Who is the author? Shirley Jackson
What was on the paper A dot
Who was killed? Tessie

The Lottery Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who gets stoned Tessie Hutchinson
The means of gambling to get a prize but in this case the prize is death Lottery
The husband of the one who gets stoned Bill Hutchinson
Who is the host of The Lottery Mr.Summers
The youngest son of the one who gets stoned Little Dave
Where the papers are drawn from Black Box
The author Shirley Jackson
The date of the month of the lottery June
The day of the lottery 27
The year of the lottery 1948

Shirley Jackson Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who is the author of "The Lottery", "The Possibility of Evil" and "The Charles"? Shirley Jackson
Who could be seen as a rebellious figure?[The Lottery] Tessie
Who is narrating in "The Charles"? Mother
What happened to Miss. Strangeworth's roses at the end? Destroyed
Which character's thinking connects to the theme "There is Danger Blindly following Tradition"? [The Lottery] Old Man Warner
Who was the imaginary boy Charles? Laurie
How was the mood of the beginning of the three story Shirley Jackson wrote? Calm
What is an adjective you can use to describe Shirley's tone in her stories? Suspenseful
Which letter fell on the floor of the post office? [Who was it for] Don Crane
Which character’s name, role and personality parallel the story? MrSummer

"The Lottery" Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who is the author of "The Lottery"? Shirley Jackson
Which character ran the lottery? Mr.Summers
What date is significant to the story? June 27
Who was killed because of tradition? Tessie
What is used to kill the person at the end of the story? Stones
Who gathered at the lottery first? Children
Who is the postmaster Mr.Graves
What were the lottery tickets held in? Black Box
What were the old tickets made of? Woodchips
In what time of day was the lottery held at? Morning
What are the new tickets made out of? Paper

"The Lottery" Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who is Mr. Martin's son? Baxter
What does Mr. Summers place the papers in? Black Box
Who is the oldest man in the town? Old Man Warner
What is the last name called during the Lottery? Zanini
Mr. Adams said, "Some places have already_______ lotteries. Quit
Who is the husband of Tessie Hutchinson? Bill
What was on Tessie's paper? Black Dot
Who was the first one to pick a paper after the Hutchinson family won? Little Davy
Who won the lottery? Tessie
What were thrown at Tessie after she won? Stones
What did Little Davy throw at Tessie, his mother? Pebbles
Tessie stated "It's not_______." Fair
What month did the Lottery start in? June
Who was the postmaster of the village? Mr Graves
Mr. Summers changed the chips of_______ paper. Wood
If they don't hold the Lottery they don't think their ________ will grow. Corn
What time does the Lottery start at? Ten
How old is Old Man Warner? Seventy Seven
The Lottery has been around for as long as anyone can _______. Remember
If the husband or son over 16 can't pick the piece of paper out of the box, who does? Wife
Tessie and Bill have four kids, Little Davy, Eva, Bill Jr, and_______. Nancy
People in the town began to gather in the __________, between the post office and the bank. Square
"Mr. Summers began talking again about a ______ box, but every year the subject fades off." New
After the last _______ was chosen, there was a long breathless pause, Paper
Daughters _________ with their husbands families. Draw
Mr. Summers and Mr. Adams grinned ________ at each other. Nervously
"The Black Box grew _______ each year. Shabbier
Even if you broke a bone, you may not draw from the Black Box your ________ or wife needs to. Son
How many people are in the town? Three Hundred
What is the first name called during the Lottery? Adams

The Lottery Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

june
huchingson
bill
summers
rocks
blackdot
tradition
lottery
blackbox
warner
Tessie

"The Lottery" Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What was the name if this event? Lottery
Who won the lottery? Tessie
What month was the Lottery held in? June
What was in Tessie's paper? Dot
What were thrown at Tessie? Stones
What did Mr. Summers place the white papers in? Black Box
Who is the oldest man in the town? Old Man Warner
How many people were in the town? Three Hundred
What time did the Lottery start at? Ten
Who conducts the Lottery? Mr Summers
Who is Tessie Hutchinson's husband? Bill
What does the town sacrifice someone for? Corn
Who said, "Some places have already quit the Lottery." Mr Adams
Who is the Postmaster, who helped Mr. Summers with preparing the papers for the Lottery? Mr Graves
What was the first name they called for the Lottery? Adams
How many hours did the Lottery take? Two
What was the last name called for the Lottery? Zanini
How many times has Old Mr. Warner been in the Lottery? Seventy Seven
Who was first to take the paper after the Hutchinson Family got the black dot? Little Dave
What did Little Davy throw? Pebbles
Who was Mr. Martin's son? Baxter
If the husband, or son older than 16 can't pick a paper out of the box, who does? Wife
Tessie said "It wasn't ___________" Fair
The Lottery is a tradition and a ___________ritual. Annual

The Lottery Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

five
seventy seven
fifteen
black dot
clyde dunbar
black box
stones
town square
June
Old Man Warner
Mr. Summers
Bill
Tessie

FFA CREED Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the second word in every paragraph believe
What traditions will agriculture hold true to best
FFA members believe in leadership from who ourselves
Who do FFA members earn respect from others
FFA members believe in the future of _______________ agriculture
Where do FFA members faith come from deeds
How do we have better days better ways
What type of farm do FFA members believe in good
FFA members know both joy and ______________ of agricultural life discomforts
Even in hours of ______________ FFA members see the positive discouragement
How do FFA members think clearly
FFA members think with both skill and ________________ knowledge
What type of agriculturists are FFA members progressive
What interest do FFA members serve public
FFA members produce and _____________ of our toil market
FFA members believe in less begging
FFA members believe in more power in bargaining
What type of wealth to FFA members believe in honest
FFA members exert a influence in their home and ______________ community
What type of task to FFA members work towards inspiring

Juneteenth Day Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Title of Negro National Anthem Lift Every Voice and Sing
Who signed the Emancipation Proclamation? Abraham Linclon
Which city sponsored the first Polk County Juneteenth Celebration? Florence Villa CDC
When were the last slaves freed? June nineteenth 1865
Who announced freedom to the last slaves? Gordon Granger
How long after Emancipation Proclimation signing were the last slaves notofied of their freedom? Two and a half years
Why were the last slaves not notofied of their freedom sooner? Free labor
Who was our master of ceremonies for our Juneteenth Celebration? Jaylan
Who introduced our speaker? Felicity
In what city were the last slaves held captive? Galveston
Who was our keynote speaker for Juneteenth? Harold Benett
Speaker's profession Attorney
Title of Negro National Anthem Lift Every Voice and Sing
What do the days Juneteenth and The Fourth of July have in common? Emancipation
Lift every voice and sing till earth and ____________ ring Heaven