Type
Word Search
Description

Florida
Fulgham
Pamela
Davey
Tam
ocean
sharks
aquarium
depths
brochures
realized
entices
crammed
embarrassed

Florida Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

________ is the oldest continuously settled city by Europeans in the USA SAINTAUGUSTINE
Florida is the ________ state SUNSHINE
Florida's current governor is ________ RICK SCOTT
The northwest region in Florida is called the PANHANDLE
Lake ________ is the largest lake in Florida OKEECHOBEE
The small islands at the Southern tip of Florida are called the FLORIDA KEYS
The most common sea turtle that nest along Florida's coast is the ________ sea turtle LOGGERHEAD
The ________ Ocean is to the east side of Florida ATLANTIC
Florida is a ________ because three sides of Florida are surrounded by water PENINSULA
Florida is in the ________ part of the USA SOUTHEASTERN
________ the dolphin does not have a tail and lives in clear water marine aquarium WINTER
________ national park in Florida has parts where humans have never touched before EVERGLADES

Georgia Aquarium Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Angelfish
Snapper
GreenSeaTurtle
SeaUrchin
Trout
Alligator
BlueTang
Dolphin
SeaStar
Anemone
Crab
Shark
HammerHead
MantaRay
Beluga
CoralReef
Georgia
Grouper
Mammal
Marine
Ocean
Octopus
Penguin
Piranha
SeaDragon
SeaOtter
Shrimp
StingRay
ClownFish
WhaleShark
SeaLion
Reef
Diver

Sea World Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Albatross
California
Dolphins
Electric Eel
Fish
Florida
Killer Whale
Lunch
Manta
Ocean
Orlando
Parrot
Penguin
Pink Flamingo
Polar Bear
Reptile
San Diego
Sea Lion
Seagull
Sharks
Sky Ride
Souveniers
Sting Ray
Walrus

Sea Animals Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a large edible sea snail of coastal waters Abalone
a bright-colored fish of coral reefs Angelfish
the world’s largest marine animal Blue Whale
an aggressive shark that can thrive in both saltwater and fresh water Bull Shark
an intelligent, vocal, social sea mammal Dolphin
a flatfish, camouflaged to match the ocean bottom, with both its eyes located on one side Flounder
one of the largest living animals, up to 43 feet long, found in the world’s deep oceans Giant Squid
a large, aggressive shark with a white belly and gray back Great White Shark
a majestic-looking black-and-white whale with long, wide pectoral fins Humpback Whale
tiny shrimp-like crustaceans, very numerous in all oceans, important food for other creatures Krill
a jawless fish with an eel-like body,many are bloodsuckers Lamprey
a fish with seaweed-like appendages for camouflage Leafy Sea Dragon
a venomous fish with red and white stripes and spiny dorsal fins Lionfish
a large crustacean with a muscular tail and two large claws Lobster
an extinct giant shark, one of the largest predators ever, up to 65 feet long Megalodon
a two-shelled mollusk; most attach themselves to shoreline rocks with tough threads Mussel
an Arctic whale whose males have a long tusk Narwhal
a slender-bodied, long-jawed fish of shallow water Needle Fish
a colorful marine slug Nudibranch
play a major role in the world’s food chains and chemical cycles Plankton
a spiny tropical marine fish that can inflate itself Porcupine Fish
a name for the larger kinds of shrimp Prawn
a small, earless seal native to the Arctic, that makes breathing holes in sea ice Ringed Seal
a soft, sausage-shaped echinoderm with leathery skin and a tentacled mouth Sea Cucumber
a small, upright-swimming fish (it really is a fish) with a horse-like head Sea Horse
a large, eared seal with long limbs acting as flippers Sea Lion
seven species of turtles that have flippers for limbs; they may live for hundreds of years Sea Turtle
predatory star-shaped echinoderms that crawl on tiny tube feet Starfish
a large, migratory fish with a sword-like snout Swordfish
a large shark (up to 16 feet) of tropical and subtropical oceans, with dark stripes Tiger Shark
an Indo-Pacific fish with a horn-like protrusion on its forehead Unicornfish
a large Arctic marine mammal with long tusks and whiskers Walrus
Latin for "swordfish," the genus name for the swordfish group Xiphias
has contrasting orange, white, and black colors Clownfish
also known as a hippo tang, is characterized by its contrasting black and almost neon blue colors Regal Tang
is without a doubt one of the ugliest fish in the sea, stone-like appearance Stonefish
is a favorite among aquarium hobbyists. This shark gets its name from its leopard-like spots Leopard Shark
it is the largest fish in the world Whale Shark

Landforms and Bodies of Water Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Part of a large body of water that extends into a shoreline bay
A deep, narrow alley with steep walls. canyon
Body of water completely surrounded by land; usually freshwater. lake
Point of land that extends into a river, lake, or ocean. cape
Area of level land, usually low elevation and often covered with grasses plain
Body of land completely surrounded by water. island
Flat, low land built up from soil carried downstream by a river and deposited at its mouth. delta
Large natural stream that flows through land. river
Low land between hill or mountains. valley
Land along a sea or an ocean. coast
Small stream or river that flows into a larger stream or river. tributary
_____ of a river--Place where a river empties into a larger body of water. mouth
Part of a body of water that extends into a shoreline; larger and deeper than a bay. gulf
Narrow stretch of land connecting two larger land areas. isthmus
Body of land jutting into a lake or ocean, surrounded on three sides by water. peninsula
Area of flat or rolling land at high elevation, about 300 to 3,000 feet high plateau
Land with steep sides that rise sharply from the surrounding land. mountains

Aquatic Ecostystem Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Anglerfish
Aphotic zone
Aquatic Ecosystem
chemosynthetic organisms
Food Web
Hatchetfish
Photic zone
Photosynthesis
Phytoplankton
Shark
Swordfish
Water Depth
Zooplankton

Ocean Life Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

puffin
pelican
penguin
jelly fish
squid
lobster
crab
octopus
manatee
whale
dolphin
cod
angelfish
stingray
eel
sharks
tuna
seagrass
red algae
kelp
phytoplankton
fish
algae
seaweed
coral

The Dynamic Earth Puzzle Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

One of the 7 great masses of land Continent
The name of the supercontinent that existed 200 million years ago, when all the modern continents were connected. Pangea
The theory that continents have moved slowly to their current locations and continue to move. Continental Drift Theory
The process by which new oceanic crust forms along mid ocean ridges and older crust moves away from the ridge. Sea Floor spreading theory
A long narrow mountain chain found on the floor of the ocean. Mid Ocean Ridge
The distance from the surface of the ocean to ocean floor. Depth
An event that causes the magnetic field to reverse its direction. Magnetic Reversal
A tectonic boundary where two plates are moving away from each other and new crust is forming from magma that rises to the Earth's surface between the two plates. Divergent Plate Boundary
The transfer of heat energy that results from magma becoming heated, less dense, and rising eventually cooling at the surface, becomes more dense and sinks.. Convection Current
The divisions of Earth's outer shell that glide over the mantle. Tectonic Plate
The rigid outer part of the earth, consisting of the crust and upper mantle. Lithosphere
The layer of the earth's mantle, below the lithosphere, in which there is relatively low resistance to plastic flow and convection is thought to occur. Asthenosphere
The process where dense oceanic crust is forced under the less dense continental crust Subduction

Landforms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

an area of wet, soggy land with many pools of water wetland
a large area of water that is surrounded by land lake
an area of water that is mostly surrounded by land bay
a major body of water that covers large parts of the earth ocean
a place where water flows over a cliff waterfall
a thin waterway that allows water to flow into a lake or ocean river
a very small body of water that is surrounded by land pond
a channel of water that connects two large areas of water strait
a large area of flat land plain
a large area of flat land that is raised higher than the land around it plateau
a large, tall, rocky area of land that comes up out of the earth’s surface mountain
a mound of raised land that is smaller than a mountain hill
a large crack in the earth formed by a river or earthquakes canyon
a narrow strip of land that connects two large areas of land isthmus
an area of land that is completely surrounded by water island
a strip of land that extends out into a body of water peninsula
low, water land that is formed at the mouth of a river delta
an area of low land between two mountains or hills valley

Geography Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

is the height of an area, measured from sea level. Altitude
is a body of water that is partly enclosed by land. Bay
is a deep valley with very steep sides often carved from the Earth by a river Canyon
is a hill or a ridge made of sand. Dunes are shaped by the wind, and change all the time. Dune
is an imaginary circle around the earth, halfway between the north and south poles. Equator
is a natural hot spring that occasionally sprays water and steam above the ground. Geyser
is a part of the ocean (or sea) that is partly surrounded by land (it is usually larger than a bay). Gulf
is the half of the Earth that is north of the equator. Northern Hemisphere
is a large body of salt water that surrounds a continent. Ocean
is a body of land that is surrounded by water on three sides. Peninsula
is a large, flat area of land that is higher than the surrounding land Plateau
The meridian at 0 degrees longitude. prime meridian
is a narrow body of water that connects two larger bodies of water. Strait
is a low place between mountains. valley