There are three pages of Caesar cipher challenges here in this pdf file. The first includes information on how a Caesar cipher works, and they all have messages for the kids to decipher.
All NEW! Named after Julius Caesar, who apparently wrote many of his letters in code, this cipher substitutes one letter of the alphabet with another according to a rule, or "key". For example, if the key was "Right 3", if you wanted to write an E you would hop along the alphabet 3 steps to the right, and use H instead.
We've provided 3 pages of Caesar cipher challenges for the kids to decipher - the first of which explains how the cipher works. You will also find a 2-page pdf file that helps them to write their own Caesar cipher messages, and a page of solutions. Download them separately or in one pack below.
Here are all our Caesar cipher pages - including 3 pages of challenges for the kids to decode, 2 pages to help them write their own Caesar cipher messages, and a page of solutions. Perfect for spies (and Roman generals) in the making.