This quotation puzzle from William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet helps students learn quotes from The Bard as well as Shakespearean concepts. It's a great, fun review after having read the play ... and it keeps kids QUIET for an entire class period as they work alone or with partners solving it. Sometimes this kind of puzzle is called an "Anacrostic," sometimes "Acrostic," and sometimes just "Quotation puzzle." I have 34 years of classroom experience to prove these are one of the best puzzles to engage students at many of the highest levels of cognitive activity. Trust me, they're addictive!