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  • The Fill-in-the Blank puzzle is 1 of 8 vocabulary activities and word puzzles using Greek and Latin word roots with the same grade level words.
  • Use the word list to choose the correct word in context. Email your answers to friends, family and teachers.
  • For subject and calendar topics, refer to the Word List in the header to see the complete vocabulary word list for this topic.
  • Common Core alignment to a Fill-in-the-Blank puzzle is to the key phrase "Context".
    CCSS Alignment Strand Numbers for Specific Grades:
    Context: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4a, 3.4a, 4.4a, 5.4a, 6.4a, 7.4a, 8.4a, 9-10.4a, 11-12.4a
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    1) Grammar Words #1 Fill in the Blanks -- myVocabulary.com

    Directions: To solve the Grammar Word puzzle put a single answer in each fill-in-the-blanks. The correct vocabulary answers are in the Grammar word list. When you hit Submit, you will get back the correct answers and percentage score from the Grammar fill-in-the-blanks word puzzle.
    Clue: These Grammar Words include the Latin roots and their meanings: BOL = throw, put; CLAR = clear; CLAM = call out, declare;DICAT = declare, speak; FIX = fixed, fastened; GEN = race, kind; IDIO = one's own; JECT = throw, cast; JUNCT = join; LITER = letter; ORDIN = order, rank; NYM = name; PART = divide, share, part; PHOR = carry, bear; PUNCT = prick, point; QUOT = how manny; SON = sound; TRACT = pull, draw; one word directly from French.

    In addition to the Grammar word list with 20 words, www.myvocabulary.com also provides a Definition Match word activity, an Interactive Word Puzzle with Latin roots and a True or False activity.
    You have permission to print Grammar word puzzles for study at home or in classes.
    Vocabulary Word List: 20 Grammar Words
    adjective, alliteration, cliche, conjunction, consonant, contraction, declarative, exclamation, gender, hyperbole, idiom, interjection, metaphor, participle, predicate, prefix, punctuation, quotation, subordinate, synonym

    Grammar Words #1 Fill in the Blanks -- myVocabulary.com

    1)  Mark always uses a to remark, "Boy! I just did that assignment in the nick of time."
    2)  Robin was so angry that she talked using when she described how inferior a job the painter had completed.
    3)  The list of the teacher gave George included familiar words like although, and, but, for and so.
    4)  Jill was happy to see her daughter give an of delight when she saw the small puppy crawl out of the crate.
    5)  Paula chose a name for her daughter that contained two at the beginning: Judy Johnson.
    6)  Matt thinks it is sad that some people make an issue if the issues that face both men and women.
    7)  Bobby told his Dad all about his baseball game using more than one to relate the final exciting, terrific win!
    8)  Professor Thom refuses to grade any paper that contains a , insisting words must not be abbreviated.
    9)  Jim had an assignment to use a sentence with and wrote down Sammy selected seashells sitting at the seashore.
    10)  Ralph said, "I am leaving for school now," a sentence.

    2) Grammar Fill-in-the-Blanks -- myVocabulary.com

    Directions: To solve the Grammar Fill-in-the-Blanks Word puzzle #2 put a single answer in each fill-in-the-blanks. The correct vocabulary answers are in the Grammar word list. When you hit Submit, you will get back the correct answers and percentage score as well as a sentence using the word.
    Clue: In addition to the Grammar word list, www.myvocabulary.com also provides a Definition Match word activity, an Interactive Word Puzzle with Latin roots and a True or False activity.
    You have permission to print Grammar word puzzles for study at home or in classes.
    Vocabulary Word List: IDIOM, INTERJECTION, METAPHOR, PARTICIPLE, PREDICATE, PREFIX, PUNCTUATION, QUOTATION, SUBORDINATE, SYNONYM

    Grammar Fill-in-the-Blanks -- myVocabulary.com

    1)  In her essay about military actions, Donna used a giving way as an for a withdrawal.
    2)  When Briggs got a paper cut, he suddenly used the , "ouch!"
    3)  Joan has a son whose room is a disaster and never uses a bland to describe the messy sloppiness when she talks to her best friend.
    4)  Martin was glad his English teacher explained that a used as a noun, for example, would be called a gerund like seeing is believing.
    5)  In her sentence, Jason tossed the ball, Paula identified each part of speech: a noun, Jason, a , tossed, and the object of the verb, the ball.
    6)  Clay was not sure of the meaning of unabated but knew the un meant not.
    7)  Danielle is sloppy in her use of and sometimes her sentences are long and confusing.
    8)  Keith likes Howard Cosell , "What's right isn't always popular. What's popular isn't always right."
    9)  Bob used the conjunction although when he wrote, "I was tired although I did not go to sleep."
    10)  Corey raised her hand to give more than one for hardworking: conscientious, diligent, determined and ambitious.