• 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) SAT #5A Fill-in-the-Blanks -- myVocabulary.com

    Directions: Put a SAT vocabulary word in the box. The correct answers can be found in the SAT vocabulary word list.
    When you hit "Submit", you will get correct answers and a percentage score for the SAT questions you answered.
     
    Clue: The vocabulary word list has the correct answers.
    For the 18 vocabulary words for SAT #3, we feature an Interactive Puzzle, Word Search, Crossword and Definition Match activity in addition to this Fill-in-the-blanks exercise. You have permission to make a hard copy of SAT test prep word puzzle for further vocabulary study at home or in the classroom.
     
    Vocabulary Word List: SAT vocabulary:
    ramification, rapacious, recalcitrant, recant, recrimination, redolent, redundant, refutable, relegate, relinquish, remonstrate, reparation, replenish, reprehensible, requisite, resolute, rigorous, rudimentary
    SAT #5A Fill-in-the-Blanks -- myVocabulary.com
    1)  Sue felt obligated to make   to her neighbor when her dog destroyed a newly planted garden.
    2)  The politician decided to   his position when he realized there was strong opposition to it.
    3)  Dot admired a garden that was   with the fragrance of roses.
    4)  Sherry decided on her 70th birthday to no longer   her garden to an unimportant place in her life.
    5)  Dan will finally   his car to his son because he did pass his driver\'s test.
    6)  Environmentalists are concerned about just one potential   of the land-use survey.
    7)  Grandma Eloise will   a jar of M&M candies every week before her grandchildren come to visit.
    8)  Did Steve   against the clerk who mishandled a delivery of that package?
    9)  Ivan learned that many people consider hawks and eagles to be   birds.
     
     

    2) SAT #5B Fill-in-the-Blanks -- myVocabulary.com

    Directions: Put a SAT vocabulary word in the box within the fill-in-the-blanks. Correct answers can be found in the word list puzzle.
    When you hit "Submit", you will get correct answers and a percentage score for the questions you answered.
     
    Clue: The SAT vocabulary list contains the correct answers.
    For the 18 vocabulary words for SAT/ACT #3, myvocabulary.com features a Word Puzzle, Word Search, Crossword and Definition Match activity in addition to this SAT Fill-in-the-blanks.
    You have permission to make a hard copy for further vocabulary study at home or in classes.
     
    Vocabulary Word List: SAT vocabulary list:
    ramification, rapacious, recalcitrant, recant, recrimination, redolent, redundant, refutable, relegate, relinquish, remonstrate, reparation, replenish, reprehensible, requisite, resolute, rigorous, rudimentary
    SAT #5B Fill-in-the-Blanks -- myVocabulary.com
    1)  Serena had only a   knowledge of French, but she managed to make herself understood.
    2)  The job description stated that a graduate degree was   for employment.
    3)  Tess was disgusted with the   donkey that refused to obey the simplest commands.
    4)  The accused was sentenced to imprisonment without parole for his   crime.
    5)  One employee was so fed up by the constant   between partners that he left the firm.
    6)  Since Charlie had been such a   student and earned a fine reputation, he won a college scholarship.
    7)  Dan had wanted to be a Navy Seal, but the discipline seemed too   for him.
    8)  The English teacher told Holly she had included too much   information on her paper and advised her to be more precise.
    9)  The defense attorney was pleased to find   evidence that might exonerate his client against the claim.