Type
Word Search
Description

been
neighbor
break
weather
heavy
bread
head
peanut
easy
dream
cleaning
sea

ea words Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

great
breath
eat
each
preach
scream
dream
cream
clean
beach
mean
least
leaf
flea
feast
peach
reach
read
treat
teach
speak
seat
seal
sea
deaf
dead
dear

Short e sound (ea) Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

sweater
read
feather
treasure
breakfast
meadow
instead
weather
ocean
health
meant
ready
breath
thread
dread
already
spread
head
sweat
bread
steady
heavy

List#23: Vowel Digraphs- Words with ee and ea Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

seam
seem
beat
beet
bean
been
meat
meet
sea
see

EA WORDS Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

beach
bead
beat
bread
cheat
clean
cream
dream
each
ear
eat
feat
hear
heat
lead
leaf
leave
meal
meat
near
neat
pea
peach
please
reach
read
really
retreat
sea
seal
sears
seat
sneak
spear
steal
teach
team

Shopkins Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Alpha soup
Bread head
Bubble tubs
Bubbles
Candi cotton
Cheeky chocolate
Cheese kate
Cupcake queen
Dollops
Frank furter
Ice cream dream
Lips lips
Little sipper
Mandy candy
Mini muffin
Nutty butter
Rainbow bite
Snow crush
Spilt milk
Strawberry kiss
Sugar lump
Sunny screen
Wishes

food pyramid puzzle Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

peanuts
chicken
steak
eggs
pudding
milk
yogurt
cheese
blueberries
kiwi
pear
strawberries
grapes
bananas
apple
orange
broccoli
raisins
peas
tomatoes
carrot
corn
rice
oatmeal
wheat bread
beans

Yeast Breads Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The three classes of bread are Deep-fat-fried, rolls, and ________? loaves
What are the starch grains in the flour trapped by? gluten
Milk provides many ________ that are not in water. nutrients
The ________________ of water is very important when making bread. temperature
If _______ isn't added to yeast bread, the dough will be very sticky. salt
What causes the crust to brown? sugar
What causes richer flavor? eggs
Yeast converts sugar and flour into _____. gas
What is the process in which yeast breaks down sugars? fermentation
The more you knead, the less __________ you will have. flavor
What causes the bread to rise? yeast
After kneading, the dough should resemble _____________. bubblegum
The dough should _______ in size. double
To create a ________ loaf, cup your hands around the dough. round
Different types of ______ have different amounts of gluten. flour
Too hot of _______ can kill the yeast. water
At what temperature does fermentation stop? 140 degrees
When making an oval loaf, what shape should be made? torpedo
When making a round roll, where should it fit in your hand? palm
What do you do to see if the dough has been kneaded enough? stretch

Earth's changes Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The dropping, or releasing, of sediments that have been moved from one place to another. Deposition
A force that breaks down something Destructive
Topographic maps show the shapes of _____ features and how high they are above sea level. Surface
A type of weathering that is a breakdown of rocks by changing its composition. chemical
A type of weathering where Ice, moving air, and water breaks down large rocks into smaller pieces of rocks, called sediment. Mechanical
A type of landform that is a tall sloped raised area on the Earth’s crust Mountains
A type of force that builds up the land. Constructive
Type of erosion responsible for the creation and destruction of sand dunes wind
By studying contour lines, you can learn the _____ and steepness of the land. shape
The carrying away of sediments by moving water, wind, or moving ice Erosion

Night Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The prisioners ate this and soup Bread
The only son Elie
The youngest of the Wiesel children Tzipora
Dreamed of going to haifa with Elie & Yossi Tibi
They walked here from auschwitz Buna
Elies inheritance was a knife & a ___ Spoon
The town were Elie Wisel grew up Transylvania
Elie wanted his family to move here Palestine
The reception center for auschwitz Birkenau
He tried to warn the jews in sighet: ___ the beadle Mosh
Elie had surgery on his ___ Foot
Elie's fathers first name Chiomo
Jews had to wear this to be identified as jews Yellow Star
The german security police Gestapo
The jewish new year Rosh
Jewish musicans were not allowed to play this composers music Beethoven
This movement rescued the prisioners at buchenwald Resistance
Elie Wiesel grew up in this town Sighet
The germans arrested the jewish leaders on seventh day of ___ Passover
Resembled a large railroad station Synagogue
Told Elie he had n9t been written down Yossi
They liberated the men in the hospital Russians
Elie did not do this on Yom Kippur Fast
It ___ during the entire evacuation march Snowed
German jew who headed the block at buna Alphonse
A small town on the Czechosolovakian border Kaschau
These people beatted up the jew Kapos
Mr. Wiesel diedbin this camp Buchenwald
Mr. Wiesel had this ailment when he died Dysentery
Mr. Wiesel did not recognize this cousin Stein

Soil Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Occurs when chemical reactions dissolve the minerals in rocks or change them into different minerals Chemical Weathering
average weather pattern in an area over a long period of time; can be classified by temperature, humidity, precipitation, and vegetation Climate
planting along the natural contours of the land to reduce soil erosion Contour farming
each layer in a soil profile horizon A (top layer of soil), horizon B (middle layer) and horizon C (bottom layer) Horizon
dark-colored, decayed organic matter that supplies nutrients to plants and is found mainly in topsoil. Humus
mechanical weathering process that occurs when water freezes in the cracks of rocks and expands, causing the rock to break apart. Ice wedging
removal of minerals that have been dissolved in water Leaching
twigs, leaves, and other organic matter that help prevent erosion and hold water and may eventually be changed into humus by decomposing organisms Litter
physical processes that break rock apart without changing its chemical makeup; can be caused by ice wedging, animals, and plant roots Mechanical weathering
method for reducing soil erosion; plant stalks are left in the field after harvesting and the next year’s crop is planted within the stalks without plowing No-till farming
chemical weathering process that occurs when some minerals are exposed to oxygen and water over time Oxidation
mixture of weathered rock and mineral fragments, decayed organic matter, mineral fragments, water, and air that can take thousands of years to develop. Soil
vertical section of soil layers, each of which is a horizon Soil profile
farming method used to reduce erosion on steep slopes Terracing
mechanical or chemical surface processes that break rock into smaller and smaller pieces Weathering