Summer Word Search Free Printable

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Free Summer word search printable worksheet with 23 Summer themed vocabulary words. Perfect for the classroom or as a fun seasonal activity at home.

Word search puzzles are a great way for children to have fun while learning and exercising their brains. They work to increase vocabulary, reinforce spelling skills, and improve pattern recognition. What’s not to love about that?

Free Summer word search printable worksheet with 23 Summer themed vocabulary words. Perfect for the classroom or as a fun seasonal activity at home.

Summer Word Search

Today I have a fun Summer word search printable to share.

This word find would be perfect for teachers to hand out in the classroom as a fun activity for the class before Summer break.

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With 23 summer inspired words to find, this is a rather challenging word search puzzle.

Words to Find

  • August
  • barbecue
  • beach
  • family
  • flip flops
  • fun
  • hot
  • ice cream
  • ice pop
  • July
  • June
  • ocean
  • picnic
  • pool
  • relax
  • shorts
  • sprinkler
  • summer
  • sunglasses
  • sunscreen
  • sunshine
  • swimsuit
  • vacation

The words to find are all listed in the word bank on the word search itself as well.

Words can be found going horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.

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Free Summer word search printable worksheet with 23 Summer themed vocabulary words. Perfect for the classroom or as a fun seasonal activity at home.

I hope that you and the kids enjoy this fun Summer activity!

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  1. I sent the word search to my email. I did not receive it.
    I would like to get all of them for my classroom.
    Thank you.

  2. Tried to enter my name and email address but your site kept scrolling and wouldn’t accept my entry.

  3. Can not seen to get any of the puzzles to accept my email address to be able to get the puzzles. I have refreshed and started over. Not sure what I am doing wrong. Any thoughts? Thanks for making these available!

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