Children will need to use their thinking skills to work out the correct positioning for each of these African animals in the grid below. Clue: look for instances where only one word can fit, to start you off.
Animal Word Puzzles
We've got word searches and word scrambles, how many word puzzles and boggler puzzles, and lots more word puzzles too - all on an animal theme!
This is the first and hardest of our African animal word search puzzles. Can you find all 15 animals hidden horizontally, vertically and diagonally in the grid?
The second of our African animal word search puzzles contains only 12 animals and is suitable for younger children. All words are vertical or horizontal - there are no diagonals in this puzzle!
Is there an animal for each letter of the alphabet? Possibly! See how many the kids can do with our animal alphabet challenge puzzle.
Have a go at this word-hunting boggler puzzle. How many Australian animals can you identify in the grid?
Find the Australian animals in this printable word search puzzle for kids. Click the link below for our printable version.
Here's a simple word search for kids, in which they need to find the British wildlife creatures listed below.
When I made this puzzle I discovered that there are over 800 breeds of cattle in the world! There are just a few of them - familiar to us in the UK - in this word search puzzle.
We've broken up the names of some well-known dog breeds into three blocks of letters and scattered the blocks across the three bones on the puzzle. Can you put them back together again?
A crossword full of farmyard fun! Does your child know all the "baby" names of farmyard animals? We have two versions of the crossword, one with prompts for younger children.
Here's a fun word search that will help the kids learn the names for farm animal "babies". There are 10 words to find in total, and we've kept it simple - there are no backwards words.
Match up the animals with the noises they make! We have two versions of this fun farm animal crossword for kids: one "as is" and one with a word bank for younger children to choose from.
This farm animal noises word search would be a lot of fun if you make the noises when you find the word! Beware if using in a group, it could get loud!
This is such a fun word search! Instead of searching for farm animal names, search for farm animal noises!
Here's a lovely puzzle for younger kids. Can they unscramble the ten farm animals from the jumbled up letters?
Animal lovers will find this farm animal word search a lot of fun, and of course it is perfect for any farmyard theme.
Here's a puzzle with a difference to try with the kids. Starting with the shaded letter on each grid, draw a path from one letter to the next to make a sentence. The two unused letters on each grid will make a word with a farm animal theme...
Here's a fun crossword that would be a great activity to try after a farm visit! Can the children solve the crossword using the clues provided?
Are your children learning about hibernation and animal adaptations? Here's a hibernating animals word search to add some fun to the project or just to enjoy on a cold day when the idea of hibernation sounds like a good one!
This puzzle featuring the word honeycomb would be a great activity for Spring or Summer, or when talking about insects and bees. Find as many words as you can from the word honeycomb and fill in the cells with your answers.
Kids can have a go at this minibeast word search - can they find all the words? We have two differences to take into account ladybird (UK) vs ladybug (US).
All your favourite pets should be included in this family pets word search puzzle - unless you have very unusual tastes!
How many smaller words can you make using the letters in the phrase "puppies are cute"? Quite a few I expect! Write your words on the bones below.
Depending on how you found this puzzle at Activity Village, you might have already guessed what the nine-letter word hidden in the word wheel is! But you might be surprised by how many other words you can make with those letters, including the G in the centre of the wheel...