Parents who are looking for educational Easter activities should focus on finding a few quality Easter games spanning several grade levels. That way all the children in one family will be able to use the same resource. You will always have new and different Easter educational activities to use. Before buying any materials you find online, double check and see if there are several activities available at different grade levels so they can be used more than once during the weeks leading up to Easter and over the long Easter weekend.
Most people have encountered word jumble puzzles before, but if you're not familiar with them, here's what's involved: The puzzle consists of a grid of letters arranged in rows and columns. The grid is usually square or rectangular in over all shape, but it doesn't have to be _ for example, a themed puzzle may have another shape (e.g. an puzzle containing words related to aviation might be in the shape of an aeroplane). Hidden within the grid are words. These words can be arranged in any direction, left_to_right, right_to_left, upwards, downwards, or diagonally. The words can overlap or intersect, and of course not every letter in the grid is actually part of a word. The player's objective is to find all the words hidden within the grid, and circle each of them. In most games, the player is given the list of words to look for.