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Red Ribbon Week Word Search - Primary

Teach Starter Publishing
Google Slide, PDF | 1 page | Grades: K - 2

Have a bit of word find fun during Red Ribbon Week with a word search!

Quick and Easy Red Ribbon Week Ideas!

If you are on the hunt for Red Ribbon week ideas and worksheets, this resource is a simple word search for students to complete after learning about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. Designed for early elementary students, this word search has twelve words that are only arranged vertically and horizontally.

Words included in this Red Ribbon Week Word Search are

  • celebrate 
  • stop 
  • safe
  • healthy
  • no 
  • choices
  • life 
  • drug-free 
  • pledge
  • ribbon 
  • life 
  • think

We also have an upper-elementary version of this word search that can be accessed here.

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