Father's Day Word Search Activity

Father's Day Word Search Activity
Father's Day Word Search Activity
Father's Day Word Search Activity
Father's Day Word Search Activity
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It's a fun Father's Day word search!! If your students are like mine, they love these. I use them to introduce vocabulary, or even just give it as morning work. Use it however you would like in your classroom.

In this Father's Day themed puzzle, words are found forward, backward, up, down, and diagonally. I would consider it on the challenging side since students are looking for words in all directions. Keep this in mind when considering it for third grade and below.

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For this particular word search, your students will get geared up for their Father's Day weekend!

Also, it can be used as a literacy center if your students write about some of the words listed on the word search. They could also use ten words in a sentence to give you an idea of what they know about sentence structure.

The words included are: dad, father, grandpa, family, best, sports, loved, brave, daughter, son, caring, child, leader, strong, ties, respect, cookouts, coach, June, Sunday, admire, gifts, card, teach, handsome, fishing, devoted, funny, parent, special, hugs


PLEASE NOTE: PLEASE READ... if you ever see something about my word searches that you think should be changed, such as a word within the puzzle that was accidentally generated, PLEASE just send me a message BEFORE you rate the product. I will work to get it corrected for you. I really appreciate it. When you create word search puzzles and put words in the going forward, backward, and diagonally, it's quite possible a word might be accidentally generated from time to time, such as an a with a double s. I always look to remove these, but I also always tell kids to be mature if they happen to find and point out a combination of letters together such as that.


For more creative lesson ideas, click on 'elementary lesson plans' by my picture above.

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