• 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) Math Fill-in-the-Blanks #1 --

    Directions: To solve the Math word puzzle, put a single answer in each fill-in-the-blanks sentence. The correct vocabulary answers are in the Math word list.
    When you hit "Submit", you will get back the correct answers and the percentage score of correct answers from the Math fill-in-the-blanks word puzzle.
    Clue: The Math word list includes 18 correct answers. In addition to this Math Fill-in-the-blanks, also features a free Interactive Word Puzzle, Word Find, Crossword and Definition Match activity.
    You have permission to make a hard copy for the Math fill-in-the-blanks at home or in classes.
    Vocabulary Word List: Math word list of 18 vocabulary words: Adjacent, Attributes, Congruent, Equation, Exponential, Infinite, Integer, Intercept, Inverse, Obtuse, Parallel, Perimeter, Perpendicular, Properties, Proportional, Reciprocal, Sequence, Symmetry
    The second Math Fill-in-the-Blank word puzzle will be available soon with a Math word list of 18 vocabulary words: binomial, Cartesian, coefficient, complementary, composite, distributive, evaluate, Fibonacci, function, hypotenuse, isosceles, median, precision, probability, Pythagorean, quadrilateral, quotient, simulation

    Math Fill-in-the-Blanks #1 --

    1)  Alexandra noted the proportions of the liquid and adjusted her figures.
    2)  Her friends knows Joyce has a unique , an ability to solve complex equations quickly.
    3)  Gloria finally realized that all triangles will have the same dimension.
    4)  Barry studied the picture and saw that the diagonal lines would at point A on the graph.
    5)  Jack studied the differences between horizontal, , vertical and parallel lines.
    6)  Keith determined that the distance between the lines she measured was barely of an inch.
    7)  Zack carefully looked at the sizes of the thirteen squares to see which ones were most similar.
    8)  The astronomer is convinced of the existence of an universe because black holes have no visible end point.
    9)  Barbara worked with a partner, Dee, to solve the values of the two triangles.
    10)  Harriet taught her sister to count to 90 by the number 15 and the of numbers after that was easy for her to complete.
    11)  Mary Kay was pretty sure Dan could solve this puzzle: what five , each one smaller than the last, add up to 20? (Answer: 75431)
    12)  Victor calculated measurements of all the acute and the one angle on the strangely shaped figure.
    13)  Is Mary aware that the of the farm nearby is almost a rectangle?
    14)  When Dan and George solved the complicated they earned extra credit for finding the solution.
    15)  Sean explained to Sue that her geometry teacher will quiz the class on the of octagons and several other shapes tomorrow.
    16)  Bob recorded that the power of the engine increased in degrees as octane in this new fuel was raised in equal steps.
    17)  Adam and Jason looked carefully at the image and noticed that the sides of the rectangle touched each other.
    18)  Bonnie-Sue appreciated the of the multicolored modern form but disliked abstract paintings.