Aug, 12: World Elephant Day with Word Search
World Elephant Day was created in 2011 by two Canadian filmmakers Patricia Sims and Thailand’s Elephant Reintroduction Foundation and was first celebrated on August 12, 2012. The initiative was greatly supported by film star and Star Trek legend William Shatner who narrated the documentary Return to the Forest, a fascinating 30-minute film about the reintroduction of captive Asian elephants to the wild. read more…
Celebrate it with our daily word search puzzle – Animals Word Search!
They exist to teach us about ourselves. This is why the word “animal” literally means “soul”. We can learn from an animal’s physical construction, from its behavior, from its habitat, and what it eats—but most of all we learn from its interactions with other animals.
Animals are a constant reminder that we’re not alone in this world. We share the planet with hundreds of thousands of other species, and any given animal might share more genetic material with a human than it does with another animal of its own kind.
Animals Word Search Puzzle
How well do you know your birds from your beasts? With this Animals Word Search hosted on Word Search Battle, you can either test your ability to recognize all kinds of animals amongst a random jumble of letters, or test your skills against different players online.
An animal word search is a perfect way to learn about animals while also giving your brain a workout. The words may be written forwards or backward, so if you find an animal word that’s written in the opposite direction, it’s ok to search for it either way.
An Animal Word Search specifically highlights animals rather than simply listing a bunch of random words. It was designed with kids in mind but there are no rules about who can have fun with word searches, and it can be a great way to learn about animals no matter what your age. Plus you get to do a simple puzzle!