This Spanish Word Search is a fun way to exercise your brain. Word searches train concentration and visual perception.
Click the Play Game link or button the picture at left to open the word search in a pop-up window.
After the word search loads, click the "Start" button.
Note: To print this puzzle, click the "Printable Version" link above. You have my permission to copy and distribute this word search as long as you keep the copyright notice at the bottom of the page in place.
HOW TO PLAY. Locate the words that are hidden in the letter grid. The search word list is at the right of the puzzle.
When you find a word, cross it out by dragging your mouse across the word. Words can be aligned forward, backward, or at a diagonal.
If you can't find a word, try the Hint feature. Click the Hint button, and the first letter of one of the words in the word search flashes as your clue. Careful, though, you can only use this once!
This word search puzzle is not meant for Spanish-speakers only. It's also a fun variation for English speakers who want to try something different.
In case you are trying to learn Spanish, or if you're just curious, here are the meanings of the words in this word search:
When I was making this word search game, I selected these words at random from a Spanish dictionary. If you want, you can use the word list for a memory exercise. Try using the Keyword Method memory technique (substitute words, visualization, and association) to memorize the definitions of these Spanish words.
The more you practice the memory systems, the faster you'll get at using them. So whenever someone presents you with a list of Spanish, French, or even Chinese foreign vocabulary, for example, take a few minutes to use the techniques. You might not need to know the words for practical reasons, but committing a list of foreign vocabulary to memory is a really effective memory training exercise.
Anyway, word searches are one of my favorite types of puzzle. I hope you enjoyed this Spanish Word Search!
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