Holiday Word Scramble

Looking for some holiday free printables? We’re excited to share with you a really fun Holiday Word Scramble. When it comes to finding activities to do with your kids it’s always fun to find things that you can do with them. These printables will be fun for kids to do with anyone.

Holiday Word Scramble

Holiday Word Scramble

This holiday is going to be a different one for families. Many people have scaled back and aren’t traveling or spending time with lots of people. Everyone is going to be looking for activities to do with kids at home. Make sure you recommend this Holiday Word Scramble.

Word Scrambles are fun because it’s a great way for kids to:

  1. Learn new words
  2. Improve their spelling
  3. Work with others

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This Holiday Word Scramble in particular only utilizes words that have to do with the holidays. You don’t have to worry about any tough words for your kids. Everything is easy and fun for kids to discover. If they just think about the holidays they’ll have no problem discovering the “right” words.

There are (2) Holiday Word Scramble printables that we’re sharing. Both have the sames words laid out on both printables, but they each have a different look and feel. They both exude holiday, which is the good thing about them.

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Have your child pick the printable that they like the best. Kids love to have options and we wanted to make sure they felt that they had one when it came to picking out the one that they wanted. You can easily print this out with the attached PDF link below each Holiday Word Scramble.

Directions for the Holiday Printable:

  1. Take a look at each word and slowly start to see if a word jumps out.
  2. Start taking each word and break it down.
  3. Slowly build together the word that is written out.

Holiday Word Scramble

Print out the printable here.

Holiday Word Scramble

Print out the printable here.

Parenting tips for you to think about when you’re working on these with your kids.

  1. When you’ve printed these out – let you child try and figure out the word on their own. One of the best ways to start working on a scramble is to look at all the letters and start trying to sound things out.
  2. Make sure you have your child write out as many holiday words as they possibly can and see if any match up with the words in the Holiday Word Scramble.

This is a free holiday word scramble for you to do every season with your child. Take some time to bookmark this blog post or email to yourself for next year, too.

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There’s something special about the holiday season when you create a folder of activities and free printables for your kids to do. If there’s one thing I’ve discovered throughout the years as a parent is to always have activities on hand. How many times have your heard your child say they have nothing to do?

Yeah, too many – right?

Make sure you take the time to create a holiday family folder with all of your top picks for the Christmas and holiday season. It’s just a good thing to have for you and your kids can do them over and over again.

Holiday Word Scramble

Once you check out these printables, don’t be afraid to try and create some on your own, too. Think about some HOLIDAY words that mean something to you and your family. Write them down and scramble them up for your child! It’s fun to do and really exciting to see your child unscramble your own words.

If your kids really love doing these, we have Thanksgiving Day Word Scramble printables, too. They’re also free and easy to print out from the blog. If you’re someone who loves to keep activities rounded up for the different holidays, make sure you print these out!

As always, thank you for reading and let me know what you think about these printables. We had a ton of fun creating them and putting them together. Coming up with HOLIDAY words is always such a fun thing to do. It really does get you in the extra festive mood.

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Holiday Word Scramble was last modified: December 3rd, 2020 by Audrey McClelland
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Holiday Word Scramble was last modified: December 3rd, 2020 by Audrey McClelland