Type
Word Search
Description

minute
major
valid
panel
ego
clamor
laser
sequel
silo
camel
basis
limit
veto
lemon
linen
novel
climate
vital
granite
covers

:) spelling :) Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What did she remodel her counters with? granite
Orange and.. lemon
Minor and... major
hour and... minute
the ninja had to cross a... laser
in Egypt i rode a... camel
the road has a speed... limit
after the fist book there was a.. sequel
he has a big... ego
the author wrote a 1234567890 page.. novel

Spelling Word Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

What is something that goes on your bed? Covers
current weather of the region Climate
A fruit that is the factor of a delicious drink Lemon
Some people enjoy ___ tag Lazer
60 seconds minute
the second of something prehaps a book or movie sequel
one's thoughts of self ego
a type of rock granite
when the government rejects a law veto
a croud speaking loudly clamor

AP Government Supreme Court Cases Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

One person, one vote Baker v carr
Prior restraint is unconstitutional Near v Minnesota
Established the selective incorporation doctrine Gitlow v New York
Established the lemon test Lemon v kurtzman
State sponsered prayer in schools is unconstitutional Engle v vitale
Allowed freedom of speech in school Tinker v Des Moines
Congress can regulate interstate commerce Gibbons v Ogden
Established Judicial Review Marbury v Madison
Overturned "Separate but Equal" in schools Brown v board
Selective incorporation of the exclusionary rule Mapping Ohio
Selective incorporation of the exclusionary rule Mapp v Ohio
State ban of abortion is unconstitutional Roe v Wade
"Separate but Equal" facilities are NOT unconstitutional Plessy v Ferguson
Established a national bank; said states can't tax the federal government McCulloch v Maryland
States must provide counsel in criminal cases Gideon v Wainwright
Established the Miranda Rights when someone is arrested Miranda v Arizona
Speech can be limited if it provokes a "clear and present danger" Schenck v US
Established the Miller Test to determine obscenity Miller v California
Congress can use the commerce clause to eliminate private discrimination Heart of Atlanta Motel v US
Campaign spending is free speech Buckley v Valeo
Declared executive privilege is NOT immune from judicial review Us v Nixon
Line item veto is unconstitutional Clinton v New York City
Gun Free School Zones Act is not interstate commerce Us v Lopez
The burning of the American flag is symbolic speech Texas v Johnson
Legislative veto is unconstitutional INS v Chada
The 5th Amendment does NOT apply to states Barron v Baltimore

Drivers Ed. Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

AIR BAGS
BASIC DRIVERS LICENSE
BREAKS
CHILD CAR SEAT
CRUISE CONTROL
DASHBOARD
DEFROSTER
DRIVERS ED
EMERGENCY BRAKE
GASOLINE
GEAR SHIFT
HIGH BEAM HEADLIGHTS
HIGHWAY
HYDROPLANING
PARALLEL PARKING
PARKING
PASSENGER SEAT
REAR VIEW MIRROR
SEAT BELT
SKID
SPEED LIMIT
SPEEDOMETER
STEERING
STEERING WHEEL
STOP SIGN
SWERVING
TURN SIGNAL
VAILID LEARNERS PERMIT
VALID DRIVERS LICENSE
WINDSHIELD

Climate change word search

Type
Word Search
Description

Weather
Atmosphere
Biofuels
Carbon Dioxide
Climate change
Deforestation
Desertification
Evaporation
Fossil Fuel
Geosphere
Glacier
Global Warming
Greenhouse Gas
Methane
Nitrous Oxide
Ozone
Radiation

Rock Cycle & Minerals Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

cementation
Heat and Pressure
Erosion
Pyrite
Pumice
Marble
Basalt
Gneiss
Shale
Sandstone
Limestone
Obsidian
Granite
Slate
Sedimentary Rock
Sediment
Metamorphic Rock
Igneous Rock
Magma

Abiotic and Biotic factors Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Mans best friend Dog
Biotic factors that have feathers. Birds
A farm animal that is normally black and white and produces milk. Cows
Covers most peoples yard. Grass
Iron, Magnesium, Granite and more. Minerals
non living things Abiotic
Substance that we breath in. Air
How warm or cold it is. Temperature
living things Biotic factors
these things can be super bugs that can get you sick. Bacteria
large plants that can bear fruit and shade. Trees
substance found on beaches that you can walk on. sand
an areas average weather conditions over time climate
essential to life, 50 to 95 % of all bodies are made up of this substance water
type of seed you eat at a baseball game sunflower
also known as a breeze wind
helps photosynthesis sunlight
decaying matter found in soil humus
comes from sunlight energy
animal with scales that live in water fish

Spy Words Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

undetectable
agency
criminals
target
footprints
bomb
demolitions
top secret
climbing
electronics
bugging
incident
disguise
operation
badge
cover
observation
mastermind
fugitives
rescue
binoculars
secret
ammunition
clearance
fingerprints
eyewitness
spying
mission
evidence
escape
concealment
laser beam
combat
double agent
training
academy
mystery
objective
cipher
headquarters
security
bribery
character
explosives
intelligence

Rhetorical Devices Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A statement of what has already been covered and what will be said next Metabasis
When an author goes back and corrects a statement they just said Metanoia
An inversion of the normal order of words, especially for the sake of emphasis Hyperbaton
Syllogism (logical argument) in which the major premise is unstated but meant to be understood Enthymeme
A sentence begins and ends with the same word/clause Epanalepsis
The last word or phrase is repeated in various sentences Epistrophe
The use of a word in a way that is not correct Catachresis
A figure of speech in which a part is made to represent the whole or vice versa Synecdote
Speaker, Audience, Subject Aristotelian triangle
speakers/writers intend to express meanings of words differently than their literal meanings Trope
a basis of mutual interest or agreement that's found in the course of an argument common ground

Speed, Distance & Time Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A bus Travels 222 miles in 6 hours. What was the average speed of the bus? 37
Thomas drives 130 miles at an average speed of 40 mph. How long does the journey take him? 3.25
A jumbo jet flies at 484 mph for 4 hours and 30 minutes. How far does the jet travel? 2178
Greg & Kevin both travel between two towns that are 90 miles apart. Greg drives and it takes him 1 hour 30 minutes. Kevin cycles and it takes him 7 hours and 30 minutes. Calculate the difference between their average speed. 48
Harry catches the train from Belfast to Dublin at 4pm. The average speed of the train is 70mph and the distance from Belfast to Dublin is 105 miles. What time does Harry arrive in Dublin? 5.30
The distance from Sunderland to Wigan is 150 miles. Mollie leaves Sunderland in her car at 07.50. Her average speed on the journey is 60mph. What time does she arrive in Wigan? 10.20
The speed limit on a road is 40mph. A scooter drives 9 miles in 13 minutes. Is her breaking the speed limit? yes
The distance from junction 19 to junction 20 on a motorway is 14 miles. Bethany drove the distance in 15 minutes. Max drove the distance at a speed of 52 mph. Who was faster? Bethany
A cheetah runs at an average speed of 72 mph for 20 minutes. How far did it travel? 21.6
Convert 1 hour 24 minutes to decimals 1.4
Convert a speed of 8 m/s to mph 18
Laura drives for 3 hours at 44mph. Clare drives 144 miles in 4 hours. Who travels the greater distance? Clare
Andrew rows at an avergae speed of 2 metre per second. How long does it take him to row 1.5km (in minutes)? 12.5
Nikki has to travel a total of 351 miles. She travels the first 216 miles in 4 hours. If her average speed remains the same, calculate the total time for the complete journey. 6.5
Chris cycles at an average speed of 8mph. If he cycles for 6 and a half hours, how far does he travel? 52
John can type 960 words in 20 minutes. Calculate his typing speed in words per minute 48