It’s November, and that means that before we know it, it will be time for Thanksgiving! I figured that meant that it was the perfect time to make a Thanksgiving word search printable, since I already had a general fall-themed word search printable on the site. In the download, there are two versions of the Thanksgiving word search in order to make it better for a larger variety of ages.
These Thanksgiving word search puzzles are fun for personal use around the house, to have sitting out for kids to do at a family gathering, or even for use in a classroom while gearing up for Thanksgiving.
At home, another great whole family idea can be to start a Thanksgiving tablecloth tradition.
You could also use this super cute 3D Turkey Cutouts as a fun project turned centerpiece! (Molly and I did a Thankful Turkey project using the 3D Turkey Cutout, which I really liked as a way to not only do something fun and hands on, but also to work on counting our blessings and being thankful for them.)
Okay, after throwing in those fun Thanksgiving ideas for you, I’ll get back to the free Thanksgiving word search printables.
Words Listed on the Thanksgiving Word Search Printables
The Easier Version of the Thanksgiving Word Search Printable Includes:
- Native (Americans)
The Harder Version of the Thanksgiving Word Search Printable Includes:
- Native Americans
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You might also like this November Word Search Printable:
And this Thanksgiving Crossword Puzzle Printable:
Need a few more Thanksgiving ideas?
If you’re working with younger children, you might want to check out these posts:
- Eleven Thanksgiving Books, Crafts, Printables, Recipes and More for Preschool and Kindergarten
- Thanksgiving Unit Study for Preschool and Kindergarten
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