Note: This product is meant to be used after students read the book.
Students solve this puzzle by providing synonyms or antonyms for 25 vocabulary words from CRYPTID HUNTERS.
Examples of clues:
“More to the point, Charlotte, your spelling is an absolute disgrace. Never have I seen such ABOMINATIONS.” (syn.)
Once I had showed myself willing to do what they did—by climbing the rigging—once they saw me stand up to Jaggery, an intense apprenticeship COMMENCED. (ant.)
“Not wishing to be IMPERTINENT, miss,” Bridget said in a barely audible voice, “but it’s master who pays my wages.” (ant.) ANSWER: polite
A fun way to learn vocabulary!
NOTE: This puzzle includes all of the Words to Know from Bookmarks Plus: THE TRUE CONFESSIONS OF CHARLOTTE DOYLE edition.
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Also, these same 25 words are part of my THE TRUE CONFESSIONS OF CHARLOTTE DOYLE 50-Word Prereading Vocabulary Puzzle.
Use all three to reinforce meaning!
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