Winter is right around the corner (or maybe you’re immersed in a snowstorm right now when you’re reading this!). After a busy day of sledding, skating, throwing snowballs or building snowmen, you can relax with a cup of hot chocolate and enjoy this free winter word search puzzle. (It is a fun screen-free activity for kids.)
It contains 30 winter-related words including snowflake, skating, February, mittens, parka, slippery and more!
CLICK HERE to download the FREE PDF copy of the Winter Words Word Search Puzzle. It will open in a new browser window.
Once you’ve downloaded the PDF you can print it out and enjoy it.
To help reduce paper waste you could try printing it on the back of scrap paper or buy paper that is 100% recycled from post-consumer paper waste.
This winter word search PDF contains winter words such as:
- and many more…
Writing Activities for Young Students Related to Winter
If you’re looking for other winter activities for young students you could try these writing activities.
What is your favorite winter activity?
What is your least favorite thing about winter?
The little girl dug through the box of winter clothes and she was so surprised to find _______ at the bottom of the box. (Then what happens.)
What holidays do you celebrate in winter?
(That should keep them busy for awhile. 🙂 )
I hope you enjoy the winter words word search puzzle. If you do like it feel free to share it with a friend.
If you liked this Winter Word Search puzzle you may also like:
- Snowman Word Search Puzzle [free printable PDF word search]
- Fall Words Word Search Puzzle
- Spring Words Word Search Puzzle
- Hockey Word Search Puzzle
- Christmas Word Search Puzzle [a fun holiday activity]
Or you can click here to go to our page that lists all our word search puzzles.
I will be adding more word search puzzles for young students and most of them will be free.
I think word search puzzles are a great way to learn new vocabulary and to help with spelling because the children are looking at the words over and over and thinking about the words as they search for them.