Race your friends or family to see who can finish this Easter Letter elimination grid puzzle first, or just challenge yourself! It's a good idea to start with the easiest clues first, then if you get stuck the letters that are left might give you a clue...
Letter Elimination Puzzles
NEW! For our letter elimination puzzles we provide a grid which contains the letters of the answers to five themed clues. As you solve each clue, cross out the letters. When all clues are solved, all letters should be crossed out! These puzzles aren't as easy as you might think and have been designed to provide children with a bit of a challenge.
Here's an elimination grid puzzle that's great for keen gardeners, but anyone can have a go! Start answering the flower themed clues (it's a good idea to do the easiest first), and cross off the letters in the grid from your answer word.
Here's a fun elimination grid puzzle to enjoy as part of the Royal Wedding celebrations. Solve the clues and cross off the letters of the answers in the grid. You can maybe get the whole family involved, and have a race to see who finishes first?
Here's a fun elimination grid puzzle to test your knowledge of Shakespeare! Solve the clues then cross off the letters of the answers in the grid, until all the letters have been eliminated.
Here's a different kind of puzzle for the kids to try. Can they eliminate the letters in the grid by solving the spring-themed clues? Fun as a solo activity or as a group challenge.
Here's an elimination grid puzzle with a St George's day theme. Answer the questions and cross off the letters from the answer in the grid, using each letter only once. Keep going until every letter is eliminated!
Can the children solve the clues about trees and cross off the letters from the answers in the grid until every letter is eliminated? We've included the solution to help if needed...