Children will unscramble 12 winter-themed words in this engaging seasonal puzzle.
If your 5th grade is crazy for crosswords, she'll be pleased with this offering.
Dinosaurs and other creatures don't exist anymore! Learn the names of some extinct animals, and look for them in this fun wordsearch puzzle.
Does your fifth grader know how to spell Kwanzaa? What about Hanukkah? This challenging crossword will have him puzzling over all things winter.
Celebrate Winter with your 5th grader with this vocabulary crossword puzzle. Use the winter-themed clues to practice reading and writing.
Put your child's Christmas knowledge to the test with a challenging crossword puzzle all about this fun winter holiday.
Crossword puzzles help build brain power and bolster reasoning skills. Your child will find making their own crossword puzzle challenging, but so fun!
An onomatopoeia is a word that imitates the sound it's describing. Search through this word search to find each comic book onomatopoeia!
Mix it up a little with this fun career-themed word puzzle!
An anagram is a word that can be rearranged to create other words. Make an anagram by using the same letters but in a different order!
What's that bird that is extinct? Fill in this answer and use other clues to complete the worksheet. Learn about extinct animals as you go!
What's in a word? Sometimes an anagram! Teach your child some wild wordplay with this anagrams worksheet.
What's the animal that swims upstream? Help your child figure this out with this cold-blooded animal crossword puzzle worksheet.
Film crews make movies happen! Read about the many members of a film crew and their different responsibilities and complete a word search for a fun challenge.
Start with a word (like "cat") and add a vowel (like "o") to make a new word (like "coat") in this cool word game.
Search this puzzle for onomatopoeias of animal sounds in other languages! How do they compare to the onomatopoeias you know?
Use clues to fill in the boxes in this crossword puzzle, and learn more about freshwater fish along the way.
Have some word fun! Take a word (like "fast"), add a vowel (like "e") and make a new word ("feast").
Check out our movie set diagram to learn about the cool devices used make films! Your young movie-lover will read about the camera, boom mic, and more.