Word Search Activity - Great for Black History Month or any time you are studying slavery or the underground railroad. If your students are like mine, they love these. I use word search puzzles to introduce vocabulary, or even just give it as morning work to go along with a holiday theme or topic we are studying in class. They are also great to use for writing. You could have students practice writing using some of the words from the word search and when they are finished, they get to complete the puzzle. Have them write sentences or a short Harriet Tubman themed story or informational writing.Of course you don't have to do the writing part, you could simply use it for the puzzle.
They are also great to glue in writing notebooks for future writing topics. They offer the perfect opportunity to get your kids talking about key vocabulary. They are fun for early finishers. Great for a sub, too. How about homework as a family activity. Use when you doing a lesson on Harriet Tubman, abolitionists, slavery, the underground railroad, or any other time. Use this word search however you would like in your classroom.
In this Harriet Tubman 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.
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The words included in the Harriet Tubman word search are:
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