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In this word search puzzle worksheet, students read over the 25 endangered animal terms. Students then locate the words within the word search puzzle.
With this interactive and engaging app, your class members have the opportunity to play the role of museum curator, historian, puzzle solver, and most of all, art lover! From ancient Egypt to the early twentieth century, young learners can unlock art to add to their unique galleries by first testing their art history knowledge, and then piecing together images of some of the most renowned and celebrated works.
If 71% of our planet is covered with water, why do we need to bother conserving water? Find out with these activities designed for middle and high school environmental scientists. From reading articles to solving crossword puzzles, to building their own desalination devices, a variety of learning styles are addressed, while showing kids the importance of protecting one of Earth's most valuable natural resources. Although the activities are Florida-focused, water conservation is a global issue, so either during or after completing the lesson, you may wish to talk about water conservation in your own region.
Add some fun to rhyming using a word puzzle worksheet. First, learners match up single-syllable rhyming words. Then, they find all the words in a word search. This beginning reading activity only has words spelled horizontally from left to right, so scholars won't need to read backwards or vertically.
In this crossword puzzle worksheet, students solve a crossword puzzle by choosing the correct homophone. For example, "Mark threw/through the ball to his friend."
In this solving Earth Day Drop Quote puzzles worksheet, students choose from the letters below each column to solve the Earth Day quotes. Students write 3 answers.
Students work on sudoku puzzles. In this algebra instructional activity, students complete a puzzle by finding the missing numbers in a square. They use logic to solve these puzzles.
Pupils define vocabulary words using print or online dictionaries; create crossword puzzles with those words and definitions; and share their puzzles with peers for review.
You are never too young to learn about maps. To better understand the concept of a homeland, students work together to construct a map of their local area out of paper puzzle pieces. They'll put the maps together and then add details by drawing landmarks, rivers, or items of interest they've seen while exploring their town. 
Young scholars analyze people, body parts, or objects and how they relate to one another in a spatial relationship. In this spatial relationship activity, students complete warm-ups about spatial relationships and through puzzle shapes demonstrate prepositional relationships.
After reading a public health article, high schoolers identify groups that are at risk from secondhand smoke and what benefits have come from reduction of smoking in public places. The article isn't accessible via the link, but can be found easily with an online search. A crossword puzzle is assigned as a review of the material.
Ancient Rome continues to fascinate. Visit the ruins, test your knowledge of Roman mythology, play memory games and complete jigsaw puzzles. Loaded with images and information, this app is engaging and interactive.
Here is an outstanding lesson on equivalent fractions! Using pattern blocks, learners are encouraged to structure their thinking by finding as many ways as possible to represent an equivalent fraction. By modeling equivalent fractions with shapes, young mathematicians are able to recognize factors as multiples in order to identify and simplify fractions. The lesson may be helpful to split amongst two days, and can also work well with 3rd and 5th graders.
For this fiber food group worksheet, students fill in a crossword puzzle as they figure out the answer to 15 clues about fiber going across and down.
In this crossword worksheet, students solve the crossword puzzle by using the clues. The crossword puzzle clues are based on breakfast food items.
In this crossword puzzle about Earth Day worksheet, students use clues across and down to complete the puzzle. Students write 9 answers.
Third graders analyze the life and work of Keith Haring. In this art criticism lesson, 3rd graders view images of his artwork, produce an anthology of his life's work and discuss his achievements. Students will recreate some of his work as their own.
Four brief word puzzles are given to challenge your class in this worksheet. The roots jur and jus are written with spaces for other letters, and clues are provided for learners to complete the word. Quiz your scholars with this resource.
In this Elvis Presley Puzzles worksheet, students link to three different puzzles regarding numerical facts concerning the life of Elvis Presley.  Complete solutions are provided for each puzzle.
Challenge your smartest kids with these engaging, fascinating puzzles that require real outside-the-box thinking to solve!

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