The objective is to identify ten simple, easy to find Easter words (basket, bean, bunny, candy, chick, Easter, egg, hunt, jelly, spring) in a grid.
(E was 6 years old.)
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Materials for Super Simple Easter Word Search for Kindergarteners
- PDF file (download below).
- One sheet of paper.
- Marker. (Or colored pencils/crayons if everything’s a coloring page like it is to E 😉 )
What’s in the printable PDF file?
This is a one-page no prep printable that’s available in color and in black and white.
I’ve included ten different Easter words that are listed at the bottom of the page and again written in a grid in the top half.
The words in the grid are separated with small Easter-themed images to make it easy for beginners to identify each word.
Just print one of the pages, no special prep is required.
E decided to color the words as she found them – truly, anything can be a coloring page if you’re so inclined 😉 She was more invested in this idea for the first 2.5 words than for the rest, but she was still determined to have everything in color 😉
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