WhenWe Crossword Puzzles

Scientific Revolution Test Crossword Puzzle

 Make a Crossword Puzzle   Make a Word Search from a Reading Assignment   Make a Word Search from a List of Words 
 All Crossword Puzzles
 Science Crossword Puzzles
 Science Word Search Puzzles
 Young Kids Crossword Puzzles
 Older Children Crossword Puzzles
 Teenage Crossword Puzzles
 Adult Crossword Puzzles
 Simple Crossword Puzzles
 Easy Crossword Puzzles
 Moderately Challenging Crossword Puzzles
 Hard Crossword Puzzles
 Very Difficult Crossword Puzzles
 Big Crossword Puzzles
send to a friend

Scientific Revolution Test

    4           5             6          
                    7     8              
    10         11               12          
                            16   17        
19     20                                  
          21         22   23                
    24           25                        
  27           28                          
Across Down
2 a microscope opens our eyes to see the intricate __________ of God's creation
3 Christian Huygens believed that light behaves like a ______
6 In his book 'Micrographia' Hooke made careful drawings of the rectangular ______ of cork wood viewed through a microscope
9 Robert Boyle understood that all matter is made up of particles that are in constant ______
10 Hooke's law states that when you pull a _________ farther from its equilibrium position, the force with which it pulls back is stronger
12 Hooke explained why Kepler's Law was true regarding how planets _______ the sun
13 tiny blood vessels that connect the veins and arteries
15 when minerals replace the decomposing tissues of an organism
18 the 'malpighian layer' of skin is named in honour of Malpighi's discussion of ________________
19 sound also travels in _________
24 Malpighi's discovery helped complete the understanding of the human __________ system
26 Hooke named the tiny units in living things after the little rectangular _____ that a monk would live in at a monastery
28 Hooke's examination of fossils proved that they were the remains of once-______________ creatures
29 sound is made up of a series of _______of air molecules followed by spread-out air molecules
30 when _____ hits a barrier with an opening, it ends up spreading out from the opening the same way it spreads out from its source
1 without air, ________ cannot travel
2 Natural philosophers thought all living things _________ completely when they died - leaving no remains
4 gravity ______ the motion of planets around the sun
5 Marcello Malpighi discovered what connects the arteries to the ______
7 Early natural philosophers thought these were merely rocks molded by the 'shaping force'
8 the warmer something is, the __________ its particles are moving.
11 the planets and the sun are all attracted by __________________ force
14 Boyle did rather gruesome experiments to show that both fire and animals require_____
16 Malpighi used a ___________ to see the tiny details in plant and animal anatomy
17 Boyle called the tiny particles that make up matter 'corpuscles' - today we call them ______
20 when a spring is stable we call that its ___________ position
21 the attempt to turn inexpensive metals into expensive metals like gold
22 Robert Boyle's assistant was Robert _________ who probably did a lot of Boyle's work
23 called the 'father of modern chemistry'
25 Though he did work with a microscope and springs and astronomy, Hooke was actually best known as an ________ who helped London after the great fire of 1666
27 Inspired by von Guericke's Madgeburg experiment, Boyle produced a 'pneumatic engine' which we now call a _________ pump
send to a friend
Make Your Own Crossword Free
Make Your Own Word Search Free