Easter Word Search #2 – Free Printable

St. Patrick’s Day is over which means Easter is now less than 2 weeks away. Holy Easter bunnies – can you believe it?! Today unfortunately isn’t feeling very Easter and spring like with the return of cooler weather with rain, so I thought it would be the perfect time to help welcome Easter and spring with another Easter word search. To download and print the first Easter word search, just follow the link.

Easter word search 2

Easter Word Search #2 – Free Printable

I don’t know about you, but I have always loved word searches ever since I was a kid. They certainly helped fuel my love for reading and words at a young age, so I enjoy providing these various word searches as a fun and entertaining way to help teach kids about various holidays and seasons. This Easter word search is made up of 11 more words of all things Easter like rabbit, chick, lily and more.

To download the Easter word search as a PDF file, click on the image below. You may need to install Adobe Reader in order to open the file. As an alternative, I have also uploaded the word search as a Microsoft Word Document that you can download by following the link. Please note that the word search is in color, so if you are printing multiple copies, you may want to change your settings to black and white to save on ink.

Please note that this Easter word search is meant for personal or scholastic use only and may NOT be reprinted to other sources or produced commercially. 

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Click on the above image to download the Easter word search in a printable PDF format or go here to download in a Microsoft Word format.

Have a great Easter!


I hope you enjoyed this Easter word search – be sure to check out Easter Word Search #1 as well along with our other Easter recipes and ideas!


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