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Words with “PH” Crossword Puzzle - February 01, 2016Lesson Collection #5 - Lesson 24b
Who doesn't love a good crossword puzzle? Students will have a lot of fun working in pairs to solve the puzzle. Each student has half the answers printed on the worksheet along with given hints below the puzzle to help partners solve the missing letters.
This puzzle's theme is Words containing the letters "PH". All of the answers on the puzzle contain those two letters including Trophy, Microphone, Orphan, Atmosphere, Sapphire and a host of others.
While students busily work at filling in the answers, they will also be working with regular numbers (What's number seven across?) and ordinals (What's the second letter?).
This is also a simple yet effective way to practice the use of articles (It's an R. It's a K. It's an L, etc.)
For similar style lessons, see:
Fictional Characters (Lesson Collection Set #5 - Lesson 24a)
Compound Words (Lesson Collection Set #5 - Lesson 24c)
Words with Silent Letters (Lesson Collection Set #5 - Lesson 24d)
Same First & Last Letter Words (Lesson Collection Set #5 - Lesson 24e) - and
Anagrams (Lesson Collection Set #5 - Lesson 24f).
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