Children love Easter and the vocabulary associated with this holiday can be lots of fun. Word searches are an easy way to practice vocabulary and I have an Easter word search for your child today. Maybe they can even find some of the words from an Easter book.
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Easter Word Search
This Easter word search contains 13 words all relating to the holiday. The words can be found horizontally, vertically, and diagonally, plus they can be forwards or backwards.
Ways to Use This Word Search
- Have your child circle or underline the words as they find them. Use a pencil, colored pencil, crayon, or marker.
- If it’s easier for your child, he or she can use a highlighter or pale marker to highlight the words instead.
- Another option would be to have your child dot each letter in the word with a bingo dauber. They are always lots of fun for kids!
What You Will Need
- Printer Paper and a Printer
- Pencils, Crayons, Markers, etc.
What Else You Might Need
If you would like to print out the word searches and reuse them multiple times, you could use a laminator and laminating pouches. Then your child could use a dry erase marker or wet erase marker to complete the activity. Here are some more options to make these free printable word search more fun:
Resources to Go Along With the Easter Word Search
You can use this word search together with other resources to help your child learn even more about Easter.
Books About Easter
These would be great books to read aloud to your child before they complete the word search. Or older readers would enjoy some of these books on their own.
How to Catch the Easter Bunny by Adam Wallace
Happy Easter, Mouse! by Laura Numeroff
Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure by James Dean
Llama Llama Easter Egg by Anna Dewdney
Pinkalicious: Eggstraordinary Easter by Victoria Kann
Be sure to check out our list of Easter books for kids of all ages!
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