Secret Message Slideshow

There’s a secret message hidden in the code! Color in the boxes featured in this set of worksheets and your child will be able to practice her word building skills in order to read the messages. Fun printable games like these provide kids with the reading and writing practice they need to build fluency, and also help to build a positive association with learning. So, tap into the little explorer in your child and get spelling!

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Secret Message 1

Can your little explorer solve this secret word message? Follow the instructions and color the boxes, and the hidden words will be found in the white boxes.
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Secret Message 2

Do you have a little detective around the house who loves to find things? See if he can find the secret message in this puzzle.
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Secret Message 3

There's a message hidden in this puzzle and only your explorer can find it! Read the directions and color the boxes to reveal the secret message.
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Secret Message 4

Sometimes it's not about what you're looking for; it's what you're not looking for! Confused? Just follow the directions to find the secret message.
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Secret Message 5

Challenge your kindergartener's inquisitive mind with this word puzzle containing a secret message. Color the boxes to help your eyes decipher the words.
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