David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants by Malcolm GladwellIn his #1 bestselling books The Tipping Point, Blink, and Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell has explored the ways we understand and change our world. Now he looks at the complex and surprising ways the weak can defeat the strong, the small can match up against the giant, and how our goals (often culturally determined) can make a huge difference in our ultimate sense of success. Drawing upon examples from the world of business, sports, culture, cutting-edge psychology, and an array of unforgettable characters around the world, David and Goliath is in many ways the most practical and provocative book Malcolm Gladwell has ever written.
David and Goliath
Add, edit, delete clues, and customize this puzzle. Print copies for an entire class. Who killed the Philistine? David What was the giant's name? Goliath How did they describe Goliath?
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David and Goliath
Add, edit, delete clues, and customize this puzzle. Print copies for an entire class. Who killed the Philistine? David What was the giant's name? Goliath How did they describe Goliath? Gath Valley of Elah servant coat of mail youngest son eight free Israel stand up for God David harp King Saul cut off Goliath's head God on his side bear and lion forehead helmet and armor stone Samuel 40 days 10 feet brass food Philistines shepherd Jesse.
A word search puzzle featuring words associated with biblical story David and Goliath. This puzzle is the perfect addition when teaching others this wonderful and powerful story. Use this sheet as part of your teaching curriculum, a treat for early finishers or just for fun. I have included 30 words in the list. Words may appear forward, backward, up, down or diagonal. Words may overlap and cross each other. When you have found a word, be sure to circle it and cross it off the list.