First, students type 10 words in the fields provided. Then they can choose either “Make a Spelling Scramble” — where they must unscramble their words — or “Make a Word Search,” which challenges students to find their words in a puzzle chart. Both activities offer an engaging way to practice spelling.
W.O.R.D. is a research-based vocabulary and comprehension program for students in Grades K-5. W.O.R.D stands for Words Open Reading Doors and supercharges comprehension of high-utility words to help your students master the 2500 morphological word families that make up 90% of all text.
Browse Scholastic's printable word search games, worksheets and activities for kids. Browse by subject, theme, or holiday for word searches on animals, famous historical figures, and more.Summer Reading Challenge. Thea Colouring Activity. The History of Gum. Finish the Story. Duck Into Action With Fractions. Make a Cartoon. Racing Downstream. Look for Easy Numbers for E-Z Addition. Healthy Treats to Eat. Hooray for Books! A worksheet. Free Printables for All Ages. Wildwood Stables Crossword. The Lady Bird. The Great Ga'Hoolian Word Find. The Classics: Hidden Titles. The Bug.Scholastic Resource Bank have created a range of home learning daily timetables for Early Years, Key Stage 1, and Lower and Upper Key Stage 2. Each timetable provides a clear and structured approach for the whole school day, helping your children stay engaged and entertained from 9am-3.15pm.
To create a word search puzzle you must supply a word list of at least 10 words. The word list should be based on a single theme or topic. For example a television show or a movie you enjoy. Words can only contain the letters a-z and a maximum of two spaces. Spaces will be removed when words are added to the word search grid. Words can have a maximum length of 16 letters; All puzzles created.Read More
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Welcome to the Harry Potter At Home hub where you’ll find all the latest magical treats to keep you occupied - including special contributions from Bloomsbury and Scholastic, nifty magical craft videos (teach your friends how to draw a Niffler!), fun articles, quizzes, puzzles and plenty more for first-time readers, as well as those already familiar with the wizarding world.Read More
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Enjoyment while reading is one of the single greatest predictors of reading success in school-age children. For some children who find reading difficult, it can be easy to avoid any book but as teachers and parents we need to ensure this doesn’t happen. As with any skill, practise makes perfect. Children need to be reading, appropriately.Read More
From Christmas spirit to Hanukkah traditions to a Kwanzaa feast, help your child learn about the different holidays this season with a fun word search.Read More
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Discover Scholastic's Superhero Word Search printables and worksheets for all ages that cover subjects like reading, writing, math, and science. Kick off summer with a POW! BANG! and OMG! with this superhero-inspired word search.Read More
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George and Harold from Captain Underpants travel through time to encounter these words, but your child only has to search through this page! Can your child find all of the words in the puzzle?Read More