Use this word search puzzle as a supplement to a unit on the inventor of the telephone. Kids will have fun looking for the words and will be reviewing facts they have learned (or will learn) about Alexander Graham Bell. Once they have found all of the words and circled them, the remaining letters spell out a quote from the inventor.
Celebrate Earth Day, April 22nd, with a fun little word search. Kids love puzzles and word searches are a great way to review vocabulary and introduce a subject. Puzzlers will have to look in all directions, including backwards and diagonally to find the 26 hidden words. When they have found them all, the remaining letters spell out a quote from a famous conservationist.
Celebrate Pi Day with puzzles that focus on the amazing value of Pi! Includes 5 different puzzles, one for each day of the week that includes March 14: It's All About the Number- Pi Sudoku, Pi Word Search, Logic with Pi (2 versions; one easy and one challenging), Solve the Circles to Find the Quote (by Einstein), & Mystery Picture- Cartesian Graph (with 100+ coordinate pairs).
Use this fun word search worksheet to introduce or close a lesson on the signing of the U.S. Declaration of Independence. The introduction and the first part of the preamble to the declaration are quoted with the 32 vocabulary words to find underlined. Students will be familiarizing themselves with the text as they look for the words.
crosswords, word searches, acrostics, cryptograms, logic puzzles, sudoku, number puzzles, drop quotes, and other puzzles... good ideas to have on hand when students have "no homework" during study hall