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Create a Word Search

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Knowledge Mouse

September 7, 2012 -- Submitted by Bryan Lee, a reader from Burlingame, CA, who is affiliated with the site.

Knowledge Mouse is a brand new site that claims to try to “make learning fun”. The site features various activities including a word search puzzle creator, a flash card maker, a arithmetic quiz generator, and a quiz sheet maker. With the word-based tools, you can enter your own words, or choose from existing lists. The word search puzzle maker also features a “quiz-style” mode, where instead of just listing the words that are in the puzzle, you can instead give questions or hints.

These are all “printable” activities, as there are currently no live games on the site. The printables are helpful for teachers and parents to teach kids in a more fun and entertaining way. The above activities are all free, and there are no ads on the site.


Make A Word Search

April 30, 2010 -- From Blair, a parent, who is affiliated with the site.

Make your own word search puzzles with our specialty word search maker. You can choose any topic you like, just copy and paste, or write a few paragraphs about the topic into our puzzle creation form and it will automatically choose the most important words of the topic and make a puzzle with them. You can also make a puzzle using words that you have hand chosen. These puzzles are fun for kids and great for teaching spelling, patience, and focus.

Word Search Fun

May 3, 2006 -- From Joel Comm, a parent from Edmond, OK, who is affiliated with the site

WordSearchFun.com allows you to play or print any of thousands of puzzles online, appropriately categorized. But even better, you can create as many of your OWN puzzles as you want and share them with family or friends.

Miss O & Friends: Word Search Puzzles

August 24, 2005 -- From Jeffrey, who is affiliated with the site

It’s got lots of word searches organized by difficulty level.

Word Search Fun

August 3, 2005 -- From Joel, a parent from Oklahoma, who is affiliated with the site

Create your own word search puzzle online. Select a category, choose a puzzle size, enter your words and click the button. Your puzzle is instantly available to play online or to print. Create a free account, so you can keep track of your puzzles and edit them.

Teach-Nology Word Search Maker

March 2, 2005 -- From Richard, 10 years old, who is not affiliated with the site

I love Teach-nology’s Word Search Maker! I use it all the time when I’m bored.

Superkids Educational Review

March 13, 2004 -- From Mrs. D, a teacher from Canada, who is not affiliated with the site

Puzzle format is good. Word entry is easy. Can choose ‘easy’ format (no backwards words).