Looking for a simple way to celebrate Father’s Day?
Here’s a free printable Father’s Day word search that kids and adults will love!
This game has 20 hidden words to find.
Perfect for exercising your brain by improving problem-solving skills, boosting your working memory, and developing the ability to notice patterns.
This printable also has a medium-high difficulty level, so I recommend using it with kids in grades 3 and up.
You can use it at home as a little Father’s Day activity.
Or, you can use it in your classroom in preparation for this fun holiday. Feel free to print as many copies as you need for this use.
Ready to play?
Let me show you all the details!
P.S. If you like word searches like this, you might want to check out these Printable Word Search Collection.
Printable Father’s Day Word Search
The 20 words to find in this Father’s Day word search are:
The difficulty of this game is that you’ll find words vertically, horizontally, and diagonally – forward and backward.
Basically, words can be hidden in any direction, so you’ll have to be extra careful.
But if you are struggling a bit, you can always take a look at the Answer Key. Just click here.
Now, to play, all you have to do is click the button below to download the game and print it out.
If you are using it in your class, you can always laminate it to be able to reuse it in the upcoming years.
Give a copy to each player and let them find and circle the Father’s Day words listed. For that, you can use coloring pencils, highlighters, or markers.
You can let everyone find the words at their own pace, or you can make it a challenge. The winner would be the person that finds all the words first.
Sounds fun, right?
Download your word search by cling the link below and celebrate dad on this special day!
GET THE PRINTABLE FATHER’S DAY WORD SEARCH
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