Here you can find easy crossword puzzles for children and students in elementary and middle school. All of them are fully interactive, and come with answers.
They could be used as a simple and fun way to practice language comprehension and expand vocabulary, not through rehearsal and studying, but through playing amusing games.
This is an easy one suitable for first and second graders, or for people learning English on their first or second year.
Click an empty square, and the defintion will appear to the right. Type the answer, and click the OK button.
When you are finished with all the words, click the "Check puzzle" button.
1st graders can enjoy practicing their spelling and vocabulary skills with this easy crossword.
This is an interactive activity which encourages the student to think of words, their meaning, and the specific letters that serve as their building blocks.
This one is adapted to the vocabulary and spelling level of 2nd graders. It could also be suitable for 1st graders towards the end of the school year.
Another easy puzzle suited for 2nd graders.
Choose an empty square and click it. The clue will appear to the right.
Just type your answer, and hit the "Enter" key (or click the "OK" button).
If you don't know the answer, you can click the "Reveal Word" button.
When you are finished, click the "Check puzzle" button to have the computer go over your answers and give feedback.
This one is also suitable for 3rd graders to practice and enhance their vocabulary and spelling skills.
Online practice of vocabulary and spelling for 4th graders.
This one is best for 5th grade students to play online and practice their knowledge of words.
This one is intended for 6th graders.
Challenge yourself with this advanced level crossword, It's not very hard, but answering it does need you to use some of your thinking power...
This is a fun crossword puzzle, with a unique user friendly interface.
The clues and definitions are not written outside, but rather hover the mouse over the grid, and the clues will immediately appear depending on the specific cells you hover above.
When you wish to answer, click the mouse button and type the answer.
Click the square where you wish to answer. That square will become green.
Using the keyboard arrows, set the answering direction, whether horizontal or vertical.
Now type the answer.
Corrections can be made by clicking the cell you wish to correct (making it green), and then typing your correction, or delete the content using the spacebar.
This game enables you to save your work, and continue later.
This math crossword puzzle consists of place value problems relating to 3 digit numbers (100-999).
The various problems deal with the following subjects:
Writing in numeral form a number that is expressed in words, identifying the value of specific digits in a number, numbers written in expanded form, and addition and subtraction problems with base ten units.
This place value crossword puzzle is similar to the one on the left, but consists of problems of 4 digit numbers (1000-9999).
It also has expanded form problems, words to numerals, digit identification and base ten units addition and subtraction problems.
In this one the clues are given in the following format:
"Round the number 7456 to the nearest ten".
Type the answer and hit the "Enter" key.
Remember that numbers ending with the digits 1 to 4 are rounded downwards, whereas numbers ending with the digits 5 to 9 are rounded upwards.
Practice rounding to the nearest 100 with this crossword game.
Remember that a number that ends with fifty or higher will be rounded upwards, and a number ending with 49 and lower will be rounded downwards.
In this puzzle you will be asked in every clue to write the greater or smaller number among two numbers.
For example: Which of the following numbers is greater: 674 or 684?
Pay close attention to the instructions, because half of the clues are asking to find the greater number, and the other half to find the smaller number.
This is a great activity welcome the fall with its beautiful colors and chilly weather.
The summer has ended, the days become shorter, football season has started, and Halloween is approaching!
Here is a free and easy Halloween activity for kids in elementary school (2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th graders).
It's an interactive crossword with answers for children to play online.
A fun activity for christmas, with easy clues and answers.
his could be used to learn and practice the 50 states of the United States.
The various clues relate to the:
- State borders (its neighbouring states on the map).
- Its major and capital cities.
- Major landmarks.
- State nicknames.
- State abbreviation.
This is a fun way to learn and practice the states abbreviations.
The clues are in the following form: "FL is the abbreviation of which state?".
Many of the abbreviations serve as good mnemonics themselves, so this crossword is relatively easy, and in most cases guessing the answer will be an "educated guess".
Usually the states abbreviations are taught in the 3rd and 4th grades.
Students usually learn the US states capitals in 4th grade, 5th grade or 6th grade.
In this puzzle you are given a capital city name, and your job is to name its related state.
For example: Boston is the capital of which state? Answer: Massachusetts
If you wish for a puzzle of naming the capitals from given states, refer to the puzzle here on the right.
In this one you are given the state, and you are asked to name its capital city.
What is the capital of Massachusetts?
This isn't an easy challenge, so you are given the option to view the list of the capital cities.