Type
Word Search
Description

circumvent
circumspect
circumrotate
circumnavigate
circumflex
circumference
circulate
circuit
circlet
circle

circ/circum Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

circumvent
circumspect
circumrotate
circumnavigate
circumflex
circumference
circulate
circuit
circlet
circle

circ-, circum-, inter- Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

circle
circlet
circuit
circulate
circumflex
circumfrence
circumnavigate
circumrotate
circumspect
circumvent
interactive
interfere
interject
intermission
international
Internet
interpersonal
interpreter
interrupt
interstate

vocab homework by: JADEN HOWARD Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

interstate
interrupt
interpeter
interpersonal
internet
internatinal
intermission
interject
interfere
interactive
circummvent
circumspect
circumrotate
circumnavigate
circumflex
circumfereence
circulate
circuit
circlet
circle

Lesson 17 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The creator of this crossword puzzle. Jake Jacobson
A round shape that has no beginning or end. Circle
A small circle; a ring or round band worn as an ornament, especially on the head. Circlet
A path for an electrical current to flow around. Circuit
To move around an area or place, often returning to a starting point. Circulate
The distance all the way around a circle. Circumference
Bending around; curved. Circumflex
To go completely around. Circumnavigate
To turn around like a wheel. Circumrotate
Careful; careful to look all around before doing something. Circumspect
To prevent something from happening by careful thinking; to get around something; to entrap. Circumvent
Across the Atlantic Ocean. Transatlantic
Across a continent. Transcontinental
To write across languages; to translate. Transcribe
To cut across or divide by cutting. Transect
To move from one place to another; to move across places. Transfer
To cut through any language barrier by changing one language into another. Translate
Clear; light can pass through; see through but not perfectly here. Translucent
Perfectly clear; obvious; light shows clearly through. Transparent
The process of giving off moisture through pores of skin or through the surface of leaves and plants. Transpiration
To carry from one place to another; to carry through an area. Transport

Wyatt 10/2 Cir- words Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a round shape circle
a band worn on the head circlet
a path for electricity circuit
what blood does circulate
distance around circumference
curved circumflex
to go around circumnavigate
to turn like a wheel circumrotate
careful circumspect
to avoid something happening circumvent

Circ-, Circum-: Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a round shape with no beginning or end Circle
a small circle, a round band worn as an ornament on the head Circlet
a path that an electrical current flows through Circuit
to move about an area, often returning to the starting point Circulate
the distance around a circle Circumference
bending around, curved Circumflex
to go completely around Circumnavigate
to turn like a wheel Circumrotate
carefully look all around before doing something Circumspect
to prevent something from happening by careful thinking: to get around: to entrap Circumvent

Roots Unit 4 - Around We Go Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

eccentric
concentric
central
circumvent
circumstance
circuit
circumference
cyclone
cyclical
cycle

Morphs Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

means sound; xylophone, telephone, symphony phon
means water; hydrant, hydroelectric, hydrophobia hydr
means study; zoolgy, geology, etymology ology
means circle; cyclops, cycle, cyclone cycl
means write, draw, descibe and read; diagram, grammar, graphic graph gram
means hear; auditory, audience, audible aud
means say, declare; dictum, edict, contradict dict
means water; aquiculture, aquamarine, aquarim aqua
means sea; memarid, marine, marina mar mer
means see and look; video, visual, visison vis vid
means mindful; memory,memorize, memoir mem
means to know; oniscience, science, conscience sci
means around; circulatory, circuit, circumference cir circum
means middle; egocentric, central, concentric centr center
means to write; spricture, ascribe, conscrprit scrib script

Unit 4: Around we go Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

series of events the usually lead back to the starting point. cycle
occurring in cycles cyclical
tropical storm cyclone
the distance around something circumference
a circle line that starts and finishes at the same point circuit
condition connected to an event circumstance
find a way around circumvent
at, of, or forming center central
circles that share the same center, the larger one is on the outside of the smaller concentric
behavior that is strange eccentric
self-centered egocentric
person who rides a bicycle cyclist
circulation of blood circulatory
travel all the way around circumnavigate
restrict within limits circumscribe

Squishy Circuits: What did you learn? Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What did we use to connect the wires? Play Dough
What helps to conduct electricity? Conductors
What word means to continuously move in a circle? Circulate
What does not allow electricity to flow through it? Insulators
What _______ did we use during the activities? Materials
What did you use to show that electricity was flowing? LED Lights
What provided the energy to the light bulb? Battery Pack
What kind of circuit is it when the energy is circulates continuously? Closed Circuit
What kind of circuit is it when the energy is circulates continuously but doesn't light the light bulb? Short Circuit
What helps to power everyday devices? Electricity
What kind of circuit is it when the energy is does not circulate continuously? Open Circuit
What does electricity flow through? Wires