We have three levels of Fourth of July word search here to choose from - easy, medium and difficult.
Fourth of July Puzzles
Have some fun with our 4th of July puzzles and mazes. Why not pop some in the picnic basket to entertain the kids at your 4th of July picnic?
This bonfire dot to dot needs careful observation skills to follow the dots in the right order and draw the flickering flames.
This puzzle is a real test of observation as children need to look closely at the picture on the right so they can complete their own Statue of Liberty.
Can the kids complete the picture on the left by copying across the missing details from the right-hand picture of Uncle Sam? They will need to concentrate...
Kids can have a go at this Fourth of July maze, helping Uncle Sam find his way through the maze to retrieve his hat!
Navigate Uncle Sam through this fun Fourth of July maze. This is an easier version for younger children.
How many smaller words can the kids make using the letters of Independence Day? Just as fun as a timed classroom activity as for a solo challenge. Best printed with your printer's "borderless" settings.
Find all the picnic-ky words in this easy picnic word search - perfect for summer holidays or perhaps Fourth of July.
Keep children busy while they wait for the fireworks to start with our firework rocket dot to dot. With a simple outline and numbers 1-10 this is a great puzzle for the very young.
We have three levels of difficulty on this State capitals scramble puzzle, designed to provide a test for all ages! In the easiest level, we provide a number of letter clues. In the medium version, we give the first letter. In the harder level, there are no clues at all.
Can the kids find all 50 State capitals in this BIG word search? It might take a while! Words can be horizontal, vertical or diagonal, but not backwards.
Are you up for a challenge? Fill in all the capitals of the 50 Sates of America in this crossword...
This is definitely a test of stamina! But it can also be a real help in memorising the 50 States. Did you know, for example, that both Ms and Ns have 8 states? We've got two versions of the challenge - the prompted, easier of which provides the first letter of the State as a help.
Can you find all the states of the United States of America, in this huge word search? Tick them off as you find them...
Using a grid to help you draw gives you a guide to size and position. The Statue of Liberty has lots of details so children can make lots of use of the grid as they copy the picture.