Type
Word Search
Description

Frau Penk
Talmud
racism
concentration camp
witness
eviction
Torah
Star of David
knockwurst
carousel
Sabbath
mezuzah
Conebag
Narrator
Frau Schneider
Jewish
persecution
Herr Resch
snowman
perpetrator
victim
bystander
upstander
Proaganda
Jungfolk
Germany
potato pancakes
Nazi
Polycarp
Friedrich

Daniel's Story Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

Where does Daniel live Germany
What happened to Oma Miriam Overdose
What happened to Uncle Peter arrested
Daniel's teacher schneider
founder of the Nazi Party Hitler
National Socialist German Workers' Party Nazi
Daniel's mother Ruth
Daniel's father Joseph
Daniel's sister Erika
A night of broken glass Kristallnacht
How did Daniel's father get out of the police station Bribe
What did Oma Miriam give Daniel Uniform
Who Wants Them? No One Jews
Identification Card Red J
Jewish girl's name Sara
Jewish boy's name Israel
City in Poland Lodz
Took ownership of the store Schnerr

Holocaust Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

treblinka
sered
mauthausen
jewish
hitler
genocide
dachau
belzec
stutthof
plaszow
majdanek
janowska
ghettos
flossenburg
chelmno
auschwitz
vaivara
sobibor
nazi
kristallnacht
holocaust
germany
drancy
buchenwald
aryanization

Vocab jewish Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Belief in one god Monotheism
Beliefs about what is rightand wrong Ethics
First five books of the Hebrew bible Torah
Binding agreement Covenant
Escape of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt Exodus
An order to do something Commandment
Sacred writting Scriptures
Person believed tobe chosen by god to bring truth to the people Prophet
Jewish religious teacher Rabbi
Colection of oral teachings and commentaries about the Hebrew bible and Jewish law Talmud
Acting or living in a way that is ethically right and obeys Gods laws Righteousness
Fairness or fair treatment Justice
Weekly day of rest Sabbath
In the Hebrew bible, a leader who could rally the Israelites to defend their land Judge
Separation from one's homeland Exile

Judaism Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Giving worship to something or someone other than the one, true God. Idolatry
The adoption of Greek ways and speech as happened in the case of Jews living in the Diaspora. Hellenization
Writing fragments from the Essene community found in caves near Qumran that indicated the monastic nature of the Essenes and their scrupulous its for the Law. Dead Sea Scrolls
Hebrew for "my master" or "my teacher"; someone who was authorized to teach and judge in matters of Jewish Law. Rabbi
Two long collections of Jewish religious literature that are commentaries on the Mishnah, the Hebrew code of laws that emerged about 200 CE. Talmud
Subscribing to the doctrine or belief that there is only one God. Monotheistic
The sanctuary inside the tabernacle in the Temple of Jerusalem where the Ark of the Covenant was kept. Holy of Holies
From the Hebrew meaning "pious", a movement within Judaism founded in eighteenth-century Poland where pious devotion to God is as important as study of Torah. Hasidism
From the name Zion, it is a movement with origins in the nineteenth century that sought to restore a Jewish homeland in Palestine in response to anti-Semitism. Zionism
The type of biblical interpretation found in rabbinic literature, especially the Talmuds. Midrash
A repository traditionally in or against the wall of a synagogue for the scrolls of the Torah. Ark
A commandment of the Jewish law. Mitzvot
A binding and solemn agreement between human beings or between God and his people, holding each to a particular course of action. Covenant
From the Hebrew meaning "way", Jewish law that covers all aspects of the life of an individual and of the community. Halakhic
A religious ceremony that symbolically ends the Shabbat, usually recited over kosher wine or kosher grape juice. Havdalah
The elevated platform in a Jewish synagogue where the person reading aloud from the Torah stands during the service. Bimah
Meaning "doorpost", a small parchment containing Jewish scripture, usually the Sh'ma, that is placed in a case on or near the right doorframe at the home of an observant Jew. Mezuzah
From the Hebrew word kaser, meaning "proper"; refers to food permitted by Jewish dietary laws. Kosher
Hebrew for "calamity", it refers to the mass murder of Jews by the Nazis during World War II. Shoah

The Diary of Anne Frank Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who were the police that wore green uniforms? GreenPolice
What were the books of stamps or coupons that were issued by the government called? rationbooks
The system of selling goods illegally was called? blackmarket
Peter's cat. Mouschi
Little Darling liefje
The toilet; water closet w.c.
Anne's nickname Annele
Congratulations! Mazeltov
A Nazi concentration camp in Austri Mauthausen
A Jewish holiday, celebrated in December. Hanukkah
a candle holder with nine branches, used in the celebration of Hannukah Menorah
Potato pancakes latkes
The Nazi secret police force Gestapo
The basic monetary unit of the Netherlands Guilders
Famous Italian orchestral conductor Toscanini
Hebrew: To life! Schnapps
Jews who strictly observe Jewish laws and traditions Orthodox

Holocaust Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ADOLF HITLER
ANNE FRANK
ARYAN
AUSHWITZ
CONCENTRATION CAMP
DISABLED
FINAL SOLUTION
GAS CHAMBERS
GENOCIDE
GERMANY
GESTAPO
GHETTOS
GYPSIES
HOLOCAUST
HOMOSEXUALS
INJUSTICE
JEWISH
NAZI
PROPAGANDA
STAR OF DAVID
SWASTIKA
WORLD WAR II

Bullying Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

friends
help
scared
bullying
Confidence
victim
self esteem
depression
bystanders
playgrounds
teachers
parents
frustrations
intimidation
Cyber bullying
Social bullying
Physical bullying
Verbal bullying
violence
suicide

Judaism Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Bimah
Gallery
Jerusalem
Shabbat
Israel
Burning Bush
Persecution
Scroll
Jews
Ark
Covenant
Ten Plagues
Moses
Abraham
Kosher
Ner Tamid
Judaism
Torah

The Holocaust Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

massacre
transportation
soviet union
concentration camps
germany
final solution
jews
slaughtered
einsatzgruppen
nazi
Hitler
bystanders
collaborators
perpetrators
holocaust

3 Monotheistic Religions Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Christmas
Bethlehem
Mecca
Jerusalem
Passover
Yom Kippur
Easter
Ramadan
caliph
monotheistic
Mohammad
Jesus
Abraham
Talmud
messiah
Quran
Bible
Torah
Islam
Christianity
Judaism