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Word Search
Description

compare
complexion
darling
dimmed
eternal
gold
hath
lease
lovely
May
rough
shines
summer
summers day
temperate
untrimmed

Shakespeare Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

17th-century London theatre for Shakespeare’s acting company Globe
In which play would you find the quote, “A pair of star-cross’d lovers take their life”? RomeoandJuliet
Shakespeare play featuring daughters Goneril, Regan and Cordelia King Lear
Who is the Queen of Fairies in A Midsummer Night's Dream? Titania
From which play does a ghost chillingly call out to the main character: "Remember me"? Hamlet
In which play would you find the quote, "If music be the food of love, play on" Twelfth Night
How many children did Shakespeare have? Three
Shakespeare wrote 37 plays and 154 ____ Sonnets
Name of the town Shakespeare was born Stratford-Upon-Avon
Name of Shakespeare's wife Anne Hathaway
"Shall I compare thee to a ____'s day" - Sonnet 18 opening line summer
Name of the play with the characters Iago, Desdemona and Cassio Othello
Where in Italy is Romeo and Juliet set in? Verona
What is the global campaign name for British Council's celebration of Shakespeare's 400th anniversary? ShakespeareLives
Which month is Shakespeare Day set in? April

Love letter to JFB Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

How do I love thee? laughs
Let me count the ways practicality
shall I compare thee to a summers day? holidays
though art more lovely and more fair cuddles
rough winds do shake the darling buds of may loyalty
and summer's lease chats
has all too short a date honesty
but thy eternal summer innuendo
shall not fade outings
sometimes too hot the eye of heaven shines walks
and often is his gold complexion dimmed drinks
and every fair from fair sometimes declines kisses
by chance or nature's changing course untrimmed blueeyes
But they eternal summer shall not fade phonecalls
Nor lose possession of the fair thou owest beard

Sonnet 18 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

nature
life
death
eternal
gold
winds
compare
heaven
complexion
temperate
summer

Sonnet LV Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

To coat in gold Gilded
Tone of the couplet Loving
Term that means stonework Masonry
Theme: Poetry is _______ Eternal
Biblical reference in the rhyming couplet Judgement Day
To smear/cover in a greasy or sticky substance Besmeared
Tone of the first quatrain Admiring
Term meaning hostility enmity
Theme: poetry can keep a person's ________ alive forever Memory
Tone of the second quatrain Aggressive
Term meaning all future generations Posterity

Romeo And Juliet Act 1 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

My enemy
Lady Montague
Lady Capulet
Benvlio
insulting actions
fierce loyalties
hot tempers
bright smoke
sonnet
love at first sight
the presence of a Montague
Juliet also agrees
death
dismay
honor her mother's request
sophisticated
consider other women
be near Rosaline
not in love with him
doomed romance

All Summer In A Day Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

mix together Intermixed
To remember something Remembrance
knotting sound tatting
displaying excitement or energy feverish
Repeated light tapping sound Pattering
lightly lit Dimly
Brutaly savagely
moving suddenly surged
to shake tremble
loosen slacked
organization apparatus
wrap or cover muffling
occurs after event reprecussions
large or great immense
loud noise tumultuosly
to recoil resilent

Months, Days of the Week and Seasons Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Windy
Rain
Snow
Warm
Dry
Cold
Hot
Summer
Spring
Winter
Fall
Saturday
Friday
Thursday
Wednesday
Tuesday
Monday
Sunday
December
November
October
September
August
July
June
May
April
February
March
January

Earth and Seasons Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The act of spinning around a central axis. rotation
The act of one object traveling around another in an orbital path. revolution
The line that divides Earth into the Northern and Southern Hemisphere. equator
When light from the Sun shines equally on both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. equinox
When light from the Sun shines more in one hemisphere than the other. solstice
The object in space that Earth revolves around. Sun
The equinox seasons include fall and ___________ . spring
The solstice seasons include summer and _____________ . winter
The month spring begins. March
The month fall begins. September
The reason we have seasons is because of Earth's ____________. tilt
A pattern of weather and climate over three months is called a _________. season
Earth's rotation is the reason we have day and _____________. night
Earth is tilted 23.44 ____________. degrees
When it is spring in the Northern Hemisphere, it is __________ in the Southern Hemisphere. Fall
When it is winter in the Northern Hemisphere, it is _____________ in the Southern Hemisphere. summer
It takes ____________ hours for Earth to make one rotation. twentyfour
It takes _____________ year for Earth to make one revolution. one
On the first day of summer, Earth is tilted most ____________ the Sun. toward
On the first day of winter, Earth is tilted most ____________ from the Sun. away
The month summer begins. June
The month winter begins. December

William Shakespeare Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

drama
Romeo
London
William
theatre
actor
Marry
comedy
crafted
demotic
Ceaser
shrew
history
tragedy
forgettable
Globe
sonnet
Macbeth
Titania
Shakespeare

GRADE 7 SCIENCE Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Cubes of water that has frozen Ice
Series of chemical reactions used to release energy stored in food molecules Respiration
Systematic approach to problem solving Scientific Method
When a food product goes bad Spoiled
Machine that keeps food frozen Freezer
Yummy treat on a hot summers day Ice Cream
Factor tested in an experiment Variable
The standard used to compare with the outcome of a test Control
What happened to Ice Cream when left at room temperature Melts
Smallest units of matter Atom
An explanation of things based on many observations Theory
Characteristics; notable properties or features Attributes