Easter Crossword Puzzle - Free

Easter Crossword Puzzle

Here's a free Easter crossword puzzle, a fun way to exercise your brain. Solve it online or print it out.

To solve it online, click the Solve Online button under the picture of the puzzle. This opens the crossword in a pop-up window.

This puzzle is part of the free online brain games collection. For a list of all my free crosswords, visit the Easy Printable Crossword Puzzles page.

Easter Crossword Puzzle Instructions

If you like this crossword puzzle, check out the other word games on this site, including Hangman Classic and the free online word searches collection.

HOW TO PLAY. Using your memory and logic skills, use the provided clues to figure out the words hidden in the puzzle. The hidden words are arranged in a criss-cross grid, where the word overlap each other at common letters.

For the online version of the Easter crossword, click any row or column to highlight it and display the clue. The clue is shown at the top of the puzzle.

If you have a guess for the answer for the clue, type it in the grid. As you work on the puzzle, you can go back and change any of the words you've typed in previously.

To print the crossword to solve it on paper, click the gear icon in the upper right of the puzzle window. Then click the "Printable Version" option to display the printable crossword.

To see the full solution for the Easter crossword online, choose the "Show the Puzzle Solution" option in the gear menu.

The puzzle solution is also provided with the printable version. The solution appears on page 2.

Best of luck solving the puzzle!

Interesting Facts About Easter

A Easter crossword puzzle can be solved any time of the year, of course. But if it happens not to be Easter right now, here are a few interesting facts from Elite Daily about the Easter season to put you in the mood to solve this puzzle:

  • Easter is the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. He was crucified by the Romans at Golgotha, Jerusalem in AD 30, buried, and said to risen from the tomb after three days and ascended to Heaven; Easter is the oldest Christian holiday and one of the most important days of the year.
  • The idea of the Easter Bunny giving candy and eggs is said to have originated in Germany during the Middle Ages.
  • The Easter egg is said to symbolize and represent joy, celebration, and new life.
  • Next to Halloween, Easter is the biggest candy-consuming holiday of the year. An estimated $14.7 billion is spent in total for Easter in the US.
  • Are you an ears, arms, or tail person? Seventy-six percent of people eat the ears on the chocolate bunny first, 5 percent go for the feet, and 4 percent for the tail.
  • During the holiday, more than 90 million chocolate bunnies, 91.4 billion eggs, and 700 million Peeps are produced each year in the United States alone.
  • The exchange or giving of Easter eggs actually dates back to before Easter and the giving of eggs is actually considered a symbol of rebirth in many cultures.
  • The term Easter gets its name from Eastre, the Anglo-Saxon goddess who symbolizes the hare and the egg.
  • Americans consume more than 16 million jelly beans during this holiday. That is enough jelly beans to circle the globe not once, not twice, but three times.

I enjoy solving crossword puzzles. It was a lot of fun coming up with the words and clues for this Easter crossword.

Crossword puzzles train memory, word skills, and logical reasoning. Solve puzzles like this often to give your brain a boost!

Published: 04/10/2020
Last Updated: 06/11/2020

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