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Word Roots NAT, TRACT, and SEQU Synonym and Antonym Word Puzzle
Review synonyms and antonyms for several vocabulary words containing the word roots nat, tract, and sequ using this interactive word puzzle. Learners select appropriate synonyms and antonyms from a list of provided words and match them to their vocabulary word.
9th - 12th Language Arts 3 Views 4 Downloads
Getting Together - a Groupings Crossword Puzzle
Introduce your class to words for groups of animals and people. This is a crossword puzzle that includes 25 clues for collective nouns. The puzzle is online interactive and learners can receive immediate online feedback. Answers are not explicitly written out, but if you complete the puzzle before your class, your responses will be confirmed by the puzzle as you type.
5th - 8th Language Arts 3 Views 65 Downloads
Latin Roots cern, jur, and leg: Beginner Synonym and Antonym Word Puzzle
Pupils are provided with six vocabulary words containing the word roots cern, jur, and leg as well as a word bank of six corresponding synonyms and antonyms. To complete this word puzzle, they must fill in the appropriate synonym and antonym for each vocabulary word.
6th - 9th Language Arts 12 Views 69 Downloads
Word Roots 6: PLIC, FAC, COGN Advanced Level Synonym or Antonym Word Puzzle
Get your class to puzzle through antonyms, synonyms, and word roots with this online resource! Using a word bank, learners fill in an antonym and a synonym for six words. You could use this as a pre-assessment to see what your pupils already know about the given words, or you could teach the vocabulary words and use this activity as practice.
8th - 12th Language Arts 3 Views 10 Downloads
Egg Words Crossword Puzzle
This crossword puzzle is all about eggs! Learners use the given clues to fill in the squares in the puzzle. Since this is an online interactive resource, immediate feedback is available; although it only tells you whether you are wrong or right.
5th - 7th Science 3 Views 15 Downloads
MyVocabulary.com: Word Roots CERN, JUR, and LEG Advanced Crossword Puzzle
A fun and challenging way of using word roots to increase learners' vocabulary, this crossword puzzle provides 12 clues to vocabulary words containing the word roots cern, jur, and leg. In order to complete the puzzle, they must supply the correct word for each clue without the aid of a word bank.
9th - 12th Language Arts 5 Views 4 Downloads
MyVocabulary.com: Word Roots FIN, SED, and FER Advanced Crossword Puzzle
Pupils are provided with 12 clues for this standard crossword activity. In order to complete the puzzle, they must come up with vocabulary terms for these clues that contain the word roots FIN, SED and FER. This activity is challenging because learners are not provided with a word bank of possible choices.
9th - 12th Language Arts 3 Views 1 Download
Famous Authors Spiral Puzzle Worksheet
Who brought Don Quixote to life? Who coined the term Jazz Age? Want a fun way to encourage Internet research? Literary sleuths search for the answers to eight famous authors' questions to complete a spiral puzzle. An answer key is included.
9th - 12th Language Arts 3 Views 6 Downloads
Weather and Seasons Puzzle
What is the weather like in the summer? What’s your favorite season? Language learners fill in the blanks of a series of prompts with weather and seasons words, and then respond to these same prompts to complete a crossword puzzle. Be aware of the British spelling of some of the terms.
9th - 10th English Language Development 6 Views 16 Downloads
Word Search Puzzle: Family Relationships
To complete a word search puzzle on family relationship vocabulary, learners use six clues to help them determine which family relationship words to find. The first letter of each of the words is highlighted. Useful for beginning English learners or very young spellers.
2nd - 5th Language Arts 3 Views 8 Downloads
Who says your budding readers are too young for crossword puzzles? Scholars use visual clues instead of written ones to complete single-syllable words. They fill in the initial letter for each of six words, and a second letter for one of them.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 3 Views 15 Downloads CCSS: Designed