Type
Word Search
Description

adjusted
animation
beautician
instrument
perform
poetic
precicitous
remodel
tongue
tremendous

Animal Nutrition Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Basic nutrients animal needs to survive/perform Feed
act of chewing Mastication
substance that acts as a catalyst to start a biochemical reaction Enzyme
enzyme found in saliva Amylase
organic compounds including sugar, starch, and cellulose Carbohydrate
act of swallowing Deglutition
organism with 4 chambered complex stomach Ruminant
organism with simple, single chambered stomach Monogastric
salivary gland under tongue Sublingual
salivary gland at base of tongue Submandibular
salivary gland under ear; produces most saliva Parotid
organism who's diet consists of forages and proteins Omnivore
organism who's diet consits of proteins Carnivore
organims who's diet consists of forages Herbivore
flat teeth at front of mouth Incisor
teeth adapted for tearing Canine
transitional teeth between canines and molars Premolars
teeth with large, flat surface; used to grind and chew Molar
taste sensation that is savory; produced by amino acids and nucleotides Umami

kiara 's search Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

instument
animation
poetic
remodel
tremendous
precipitous
beautician
perform
tongue
adjusted

Cranial Nerves Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

CN involved with head and shoulder movement Accessory
The retina of the eye is served by the _____ nerve Optic
CN involved with mastication and facial and cranial sensation Trigeminal
The _______ nerve transmits sound and sense of balance Vestibulocochlear
Facial expression is accomplished by the ______ nerve Facial
CN that innervates the lateral rectus muscle Abducens
The _______ nerve carries impulses to and from the thorax and abdomen Vagus
The ______ nerve adjusts the amount of light entering the eye Oculomotor
Moving the tongue is carried out by the ______ nerve Hypoglossal
# of CN Twelve
The sense of smell is carried by the _____ nerve Olfactory

James 3 - The Tongue Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

praise
curse
kind
encourage
words
control
tongue
boast
horsebit
rudder

Careers in Music Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

librarian
agent
disc jockey
instrument repair
critic
sound technician
recording engineer
manager
producer
publicist
salesperson
accompanist
musicologist
therapist
instrumentalist
vocalist
performer
arranger
director
conductor
professor
songwriter
composer
Teacher

Ous words Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

boisterous
adventurous
ravenous
miraculous
disastrous
numerous
nervous
mischievous
anonymous
tremendous

Year 3/4 spelling words Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

breath
bicycle
believe
although
arrive
appear
answer
address
actual
accidentially
accident

spelling Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

adjusted
animation
beautician
instument
legend of korra
perform
poetic
precipitous
remodel
tongue
tremendous

Music Vocab Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The musical word for speed Tempo
A mini flute Piccolo
The name for a large ensemble with instruments from each family Orchestra
The term for when several notes combine and create a good sound Harmony
The musical word for volume Dynamic
A low stringed instrument Cello
An ornament where two notes are alternated very quickly Trill
The word for the instruction at the beginning of a piece of music which tells a performer how many beats there are in a bar. Key _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. Signature
A woodwind instrument with one reed Clarinet
A large brass instrument Tuba
Another word for kettle drum Timpani
The musical word for when something gradually gets louder Crescendo
The word that string players use when using the bow Arco
The director of an ensemble who usually uses a baton Conductor
A plucked string instrument, often in orchestras Harp

Bud Not Buddy Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

an internal combustion engine CARBURETOR
without feeling; unkind COLDHEARTED
company or friendship COMPANIONSHIP
made impure by contact CONTAMINATED
fine or in good shape COPASETIC
position and adjustment of the lips and tongue when playing a wind instrument EMBOUCHURE
infected and forming pus FESTERING
concerning oneself with the affairs of others without having been asked MEDDLING
thoughts and meditations MUSINGS
an extraordinarily gifted or talented child PRODIGY
musical instrument of the wind family that sounds similar to a flute RECORDER
a worthless, dishonest person SCAMP
avoided or ignored SHUNNED
tooth that is broken or irregular SNAGGLETOOTH
having a dark or sunburned color or complexion SWARTHY
comfort and understanding SYMPATHY
institutions that take care of children whose natural parents are dead or absent ORPHANAGE
a worthless, dishonest person THUG