This fill-in puzzle is based on 20 common nouns from THE WHIPPING BOY. Students insert the nouns into the blank crossword-type grid based on the number of letters in each noun.
As students work, letter clues for subsequent answers appear. A great spelling workout!
NOTE: Fill-ins can be challenging, as they take a bit of thought and planning. Teachers my want to allow extra time. Also, teachers may want to provide letter hints and/or have students work in pairs. Be sure students are working with pencils!
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