Students love learning when learning is fun! This simple, easy to use crossword helps your student scholars review vocabulary words specific to chapters 1, 2, and 3 of the novel Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen. This resource can easily be used for self-directed review, in a choice board, or as an assignment when a substitute teacher needs to take your class.
The vocabulary words that are reviewed in this resource are:
At.óow Isolate Skiff
Banishment Meekly Smolder
Barrage Mosey Sparse
Boast Muster Sullenly
Brandish Omen Totem
Defiantly Reluctantly Venomous
Feign Remote Wallow
Grudgingly Shroud Wince
The student will review key vocabulary words.
Teacher Prep Time: Just print and go!
Lesson Duration: 5 minutes
Included in This Product:
Two versions of the Crosswords Puzzle, one with a word bank for differentiation
Completed Puzzle Key
Aligned to TEKS: 6.2, 7.2, and 8.2
And Adopted 2017 Standards (in effect 2019): 6.2, 7.2, 8.2
This lesson is appropriate for grades 6-8.
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