Type
Crossword
Description

The story takes place on this night Christmas Eve
Scrooge eats this for supper Gruel
Marley has been dead for _____ years Seven
Scrooge thinks poor people should go to ______ prison
The name of Scrooge's nephew Fred
"Bah, ______" humbug
Another place Scrooge thinks poor people should go workhouse
Where Scrooge first sees Marley's face Door knocker
'As _______ as an oyster' solitary
The hour at which Scrooge is told to expect a visit one
e.g. as dead as a doornail simile
It's cheap and Scrooge likes it darkness
The type of business run by Scrooge counting house
The number of people at Marley's funeral one
The number of shillings a week Scrooge pays his clerk fifteen

A Christmas Carol Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Name of Scrooge's nephew Fred
Where Scrooge thinks poor people should go Prison
The day the story happens Christmas Eve
What Scrooge has for supper Gruel
"Bah......" Humbug
Where else Scrooge thinks poor people should go Workhouse
Where Scrooge sees Marley's face Door knocker
'As solitary as an ......' Oyster
How much Scrooge gives to the charity collectors Nothing
'........ was cheap, and Scrooge like it' Darkness

"A Christmas Carol" Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The main character in "A Christmas Carol". Scrooge
The ghost that appears to make Scrooge change his miserly ways. Marley
The first ghost to visit Scrooge that is sent my Marley. (The Ghost Of Christmas...) Past
The city in which "A Christmas Carol" takes place. London
The man who works for Scrooge, and gets paid fifteen shillings a week. Bob Cratchit
The places in the Victorian Era, where the poor usually worked. Workhouses
The author of "A Christmas Carol", and many other great, historical works. Charles Dickens
The second ghost sent by Marley, to educate Scrooge in generosity. (The Ghost of Christmas...) Present
The third, and last ghost to appear before Scrooge sent by Marley. (The Ghost of Christmas...) Future
One of Bob Cratchit's many children, but essential to the plot. (He wears metal braces on his legs, and carries a crutch) Tiny Tim
The name of Scrooge's nephew, whose mother is Fan. (In Act II, he cheers to Scrooge with his wife) his wife Fred
A word meaning nonsense, used by Scrooge to describe Christmas. ("Bah,...!") Humbug

A Christmas Carol Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

He has to wear these because of all the bad things he has done in his life. CHAINS
The name of Scrooge's dead work-partner. MARLEY
Scrooge's first name. EBENEZER
His first name is Charles. DICKENS
Scrooge's favorite saying. HUMBUG
If you are this word you want wealth and riches. COVETOUS
A person who does really bad things. SINNER
The place Scrooge thinks the poor should go to. PRISON
A place where poor women and men worked seperately for food. WORKHOUSE
Scrooge's nephew, who invites him to dinner. FRED
Three of these will visit Scrooge. SPIRITS

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

countinghouse
memories
God Bless Us
love
happiness
greed
turkey
white
light
reclamation
Future
Present
Past
Old Scratch
London
laundress
Jacob Marley
Want
Ignorance
bah humbug
Green
Grae
Fred
Fezziwig
Fan
cap
Ebenezer Scrooge
door knocker
doom
Christmas
charwoman
Charles Dickens
chains
Bob Cratchit
Black
Belle

A Christmas Carol Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Christmas Eve
Belle
London
Ghost of Christmas Past
Fred
Tiny Tim
Door Nail
Four
Ebenezer Scrooge
Bob Cratchit
Fezziwig
Ghost of Christmas Present
Charles Dickens
Jacob Marley
Ignorance and Want
Fan
1843
Seven
God bless us, everyone!
Ghost of Christmas Future
Robinson Crusoe
Cook, Charwoman, Sparsit
Bah! Humbug!
Door Knocker

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A Christmas Carol Stave 1 Quotes! Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Scrooge never painted out Old Marley's ____ name
A _________, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous old sinner squeezing
Hard and _____ as flint sharp
solitary as an ______ oyster
a ______ rime was on his head frosty
decrease the surplus __________ population
bah ______ humbug
what right do you have to be _____? merry
every idiot who goes about with 'merry christmas' on his lips, should be boiled with his own pudding, and buried with a stake of _____ through his heart. holly
A poor ______ for picking a man's pocket excuse

A Christmas Carol stave 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is another adjective for ‘ghostly’? supernatural
What genre is ‘A Christmas Carol’? novella
Which homophone of 'soul' is used repeatedly to emphasise Scrooge’s isolation? sole
Where does Scrooge say the Poor should go? workhouse
What relationship does Fred have to Scrooge? nephew
What is the name of Scrooge’s assistant? bobcratchit
What part of Scrooge’s house changes into the face of Jacob Marley? doorknocker
The sound of the door closing ‘resounded through the house like …….’ thunder
Which literary device describes something using ‘like’ or ‘as’? simile
What were Scrooge and Marley by profession? moneylenders
Marley’s ghost visits Scrooge to …. him? warn
Which word does Dickens use to describe Marley’s chained state? fettered
‘a dismal light about it, like a bad ……. in a dark cellar.’ lobster
What day was it at the beginning of this novella? christmaseve
Which word is used to describe Scrooge's dislike of mankind? misanthropic
Which performing art uses a ‘stave’? music
What does Scrooge ask Marley’s Ghost for that it is unable to give? comfort
how many Spirits did Marley's Ghost say would visit Scrooge? three

A Christmas Carol Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Scrooge's sister Fan
The first spirit to visit Scrooge, a curiously childlike apparition with a glowing head. Past
The time that the first two Ghost came. One
The author of A Christmas Carol charles dickens
The third and final spirit to visit Scrooge, a silent phantom clad in a hooded black robe. future
Scrooge eats a bowl of. gruel
The miserly owner of a London counting-house. scrooge
What does Mrs. Cratchit prepare for the Christmas meal. goose
Scrooge's nephew, a genial man who loves Christmas. fred
Scrooge's clerk, a kind, mild, and very poor man with a large family. bobcratchit
The men who are collecting money on Christmas Eve are using the money for. charity
The Lighthouse workers drink what on Christmas. grog
What did the ghost transport Scrooge with. robe
A beautiful woman who Scrooge loved deeply when he was a young man. belle
The jovial merchant with whom the young Scrooge apprenticed. fezziwig
The second spirit to visit Scrooge, a majestic giant clad in a green robe. present
Marley carry's around with his spirit. chains
Bob Cratchit's young son, crippled from birth. tinytim
The Instrument being played at Fred's party. harp
In the living world, Ebenezer Scrooge's equally greedy partner. jacobmarley

A Christmas carol Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

ghost with radiant head past
the ghost of Christmas present has more than 1800 of these brothers
Jacob Marley is ______ years dead seven
tiny ___ Tim
"god _____ us everyone!" bless
scrooges newphew fred
hooded ghost yet to come
instead of chapters a Christmas carol is divided into _____ staves
Bah! ______! humbug
least talkative of the three ghost future
weather on the ghost Christmas present's day snow
Marley's face first appears in a ___________ doorknocker
Bob's oldest son peter
scrooge sends one of these to the cratchits house turkey
the last place ghost of Christmas future toke scrooge cemetery

A Christmas Carol Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Author of A Christmas Carol CharlesDickens
Young Scrooge's former boss Fezziwig
Scrooge's fiancee Belle
Scrooge's nephew Fred
Scrooge's sister Fan
Bob's last name Cratchit
Mrs. Dilber was a charwoman
He was the paw broker Old Joe
Scrooge's deceased business partner Jacob Marley
The Cratchit's youngest but crippled child TinyTim
Scrooge's first name Ebenezer
Where Scrooge had dinner? tavern
Jacob Marley's ghost was wrapped in these. chains
The story takes place in this city London
The Ghost of Christmas Present's robe was this color green
The Ghost of Christmas Past had this as a cap extinguisher
The name of the boy in the folds of The Ghost of Christmas Prewent's robe ignorance
What relationship was Fred to Scrooge nephew
The Ghost of Christmas Present had this but no sword scabard
The color of the robe of the last ghost black
Mrs. Cratchit was proud of this dessert plumpudding
He was always after the plump sister Topper
Belle broke this off with Scrooge engagement
The charity men were asking for this for the poor people donations
This was used to transport deceased bodies locomotivehearse
A small stove hob
Scrooge's bedtime snack gruel
Jacob Marley was as dead as this doornail