Are you preparing for an upcoming inauguration day? Maybe you are looking to review some important vocabulary during the week of the presidential inauguration. Word searches can be a fun way to get your students talking about the importance of the inauguration and the transition of power. Your students will enjoy this fun word search!
In this word search 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, and the content may be more suitable for upper elementary. Please see the word list below, as it includes some more difficult words words, such as inauguration and democracy.
I use word searches to introduce vocabulary, or even just give it as morning work. Maybe have them look up the words or use them in a sentence. Possibly even illustrate some of them. 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 perfect for early finishers. Great for a sub, too. How about homework as a family activity. Use this "Inauguration Day" word search however you would like in your classroom.
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The words students will find in this Inauguration themed puzzle are:
Commander in Chief
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