Free Word Searches

Holidays - Level 2

Free word searches in kid-friendly holiday themes are an easy way to plan an extra activity.

tiny easter basket tiny pumkin tiny uncle sam hat tiny santa with list

These printable word puzzles can be used to reinforce a weekly theme. They are also a fun way to entertain children when the weather makes it hard to get outdoors, or you need a quiet time activity for older kids while the little ones are napping.

The word search printables below contain nine or more words. The words can be found horizontally or vertically. There are some diagonal words but there are no backwards words.

NOTE: All of the word searches are available for personal use only. Daycare providers, teachers and parents are welcome to print in quantity as needed.


Free Word Searches for Kids

Simply select the word search of your choice and click to open the puzzle in PDF format. You can then easily print as many copies as you need.




Valentine's Day

Thanksgiving Dinner

President's Day

Easter Bunny

Groundhog's Day

4th of July


More Word Searches:

Level 1 – Very Easy

Large letters, five words to find. No diagonal or backwards words.

Holiday Themes

Themed Word Searches

Level 2 – Moderately Easy

Nine to fifteen words. May be some diagonal words but no backwards words.

Themed Word searches

Level 3 – A bit of a challenge

Minimum of fifteen words. Can be in any direction including backwards.

Holiday Themes

Themed Word Searches


For some fun kids activities, go to KIDS ART ACTIVITIES for:

  • Art ideas using crayons, markers or paint
  • Super Simple Art
  • Easy Toys to Make and more…

OR… hop on over to the FREE PRINTABLES section for:

  • Simple Butterfly Craft
  • Letter to Santa
  • Number Coloring Pages
  • Printable Lotto/Match Games
  • Winter Sensory Picture and more…

Both sections have lots of ideas to make planning activities for your daycare practically effortless.


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