Even though we’re half way through May, it’s not too late to do this May Saints and Feast Days word search!
I love these saints and feast days word search printables because I love word searches and I also think that they help children become more familiar with the names of saints and feast days. Some of the saints or feast days listed are going to be more familiar to them, while others will be ones they may not have heard of before. That could be a great excuse to look up more information about that saint or feast day and read more about about them!
You can also extend the learning beyond just this word search activity, if you would like, by asking students to do something such as find out one fact they didn’t know before about a saint on the list. Older children might be asked to write a paragraph about a saint of their choosing that appears on this month’s word search.
Another quick activity can be to ask children find out the correct date for each feast day that is listed.
Contents of the May Saints and Feast Days Word Search Printable
(The part of the name that is in bold is what children will look for in the puzzle)
- St. Joseph the Worker
- St. Philip
- St. James
- Our Lady of Fatima
- St. Matthias
- St. Isidore the Farmer
- St. John I
- St. Bernardine of Sienna
- St. Rita of Cascia
- St. Gregory VII
- St. Bede
- St. Philip Neri
- St. Augustine of Canterbury
- St. Joan of Arc
- Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
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