It is an activity sheet with random words you can find on a puzzle. Every sheet has its own theme and in this case, the theme should be around churches. This is a perfect tool to use to teach children in Sunday school about the church. A word search stimulates the brain to focus and concentrate and train children to recognize some words in puzzled letters. It is a fun game to make children learn something new while playing.
You can make it using a word search generator or manually. Using a word search generator is a lot easier for you and will cost you less time, but you can also make it manually if you want to have some fun making it as well. First, you need to make a list of the words you want to use. In this case, the words should be related to church or Christianity in general. You then need to bury the words in a puzzle of random letters. You can place the words horizontally, vertically, or even diagonally if you want. You also need to provide the answer at the bottom of the puzzle so people can find exactly what to look for.
You need to provide some sheets of the puzzle. You can play it in groups and make it into a race. First, hand the same word search sheets to each group and set a timer. Make them cooperate to find as many words as possible until the time is up. Use different sheets for the next round. You can also make the same race individually.
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Some word searches have greater difficulties so you may need a strategy to win it. First, you need to read the clues. You need to do this so you get familiar with what you are looking for. Start from the top row first and scan for each row quickly. If you find a word, mark directly using a highlighter. Repeat the same process horizontally, and lastly diagonally. On the clue section, mark each word you found so it will be easier for you to find the words that you haven't found. If you are stuck, you can try to scan the puzzle backward from right to left and from bottom up. Just in case the words are hidden in some odd ways.