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Now that you have created your answer key, you can use it to build the crossword puzzlethat you will share with others. Once you’ve followed the steps to create your crossword,you will have a fun activity to challenge your friends and family with!
In this video, you will duplicate your answer key and format it. Then you will add cluesto create a crossword puzzle that others can complete.
To begin, duplicate your answer key. This will create a new sheet that you can reformatto remove the answers and build the actual crossword puzzle.
Rename the new sheet.
Then, move the sheet, so it is the first sheetsomeone will see when you share your crossword puzzle with them.
Next, add two new columns for your clues.
Change the color of the cells and text, soyour clues are separate from the puzzle area.
Add a header to the first column to indicatewhich cell each word begins in,... And to the second column for your clues.
Format the headers,...
Expand the columns so you have space to addtext under each one.
In the first new column, add a cell referencefor the beginning of each word. A cell reference is a label for a cell orrange of cells using the column letter and row number, such as A1 and F7.
Add the cell reference for the first letter of one of the words.
You can organize your clues in several different ways. For example, you can begin with cluesfor all of the words going down first or with a clue for the word that appears in the columnthat is first alphabetically. Include whether the word goes across or down.
Then, add a clue for the word in the next column. Your clue should include informationthat will help the person completing the puzzle without giving away the answer. You mightuse a definition, an example, or both. Format the columns to make it easy to readthe clues.
Continue adding cell references and cluesfor your words.
Make the “Clue” column wider if you need to.
Using synonyms or related words can provide useful clues.
Next, remove the text in the cells where the answers are, so that a person solving yourpuzzle will know where the words are supposed to be added without actually seeing the answers!
Now, it’s your turn: Duplicate your answer sheet to create your puzzle,Rename and format the new sheet,Add cell references and clues for your words, And delete the answers from the puzzle.