Animals Word Search Puzzle Medium
Animals Word Search Puzzle: Medium Word Find Puzzles for Seniors, Adults and Teens. Keep Your Brain Sharp & Entertained. Solutions Included. Perfect Travel Size Book (Small)
Animals Word Search Puzzle
- Puzzle – 75 search puzzles
- Level of Difficulty – Super Hard
- Puzzle Grid Size – 29×29
- Book Size – 5.06 x 7.81 ” (12.85 x 19.84 cm)
- The perfect book size that allows you to take it with you anywhere
- Solutions – Complete answers are located in the back of the book
Puzzle Book Is Perfect For:
- Birthday Gifts
- Mother’s Day
- Vacation (Summer Travel, Camping)
- Christmas Gifts
- Anniversary Presents
- Valentine’s Day
- Or Just for relaxation
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A word search, word find, word seek, word sleuth or mystery word puzzle is a word game that consists of the letters of words placed in a grid, which usually has a rectangular or square shape. The objective of this puzzle is to find and mark all the words hidden inside the box.
The words may be placed horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.
Often a list of the hidden words is provided, but more challenging puzzles may not provide a list. Many word search puzzles have a theme to which all the hidden words are related such as food, animals, or colors.
The puzzles have, like crosswords and arrowords, become very popular.
A common strategy for finding all the words is to go through the puzzle left to right (or right to left) and look for the first letter of the word (if a word list is provided).
After finding the letter, one should look at the eight surrounding letters to see whether the next letter of the word is there.
One can then continue this method until the entire word is found.
Another strategy is to look for ‘outstanding’ letters within the word one is searching for (if a word list is provided). Since most word searches use capital letters, it is easiest to spot the letters that stand out from others. These letters include Q, J, X, and Z.
Lastly, the strategy of looking for double letters in the word being searched for (if a word list is provided) proves helpful, because it is easier to spot two identical letters side-by-side than to search for two different letters.
If a word list is not provided, a way to find words is to go row by row. First, all the horizontal rows should be read both backwards and forwards, then the vertical, and so on.
Sometimes the puzzle itself will help.
The puzzles generated by a computer tend to put words in patterns.
Furthermore, the bigger the words and the more words, the easier they are to spot. In some computer-generated puzzles, if the person solving the puzzle sees one word, all they have to do to find more is to look in adjacent rows, columns, or diagonals.
The puzzle might use every row, column, or diagonal—or just every other row, column, or diagonal.
The word search puzzle (also known as WordSeek, WordFind, WonderWord, etc.) was originally designed and published by Norman E. Gibat in the Selenby Digest on March 1, 1968, in Norman.
Selenby was a small want-ad digest distributed free at Safeway and other stores in the town. The original page size is 8.5 by 5.5 inches.
The puzzle was very popular locally and several more followed this original. Some teachers in the Norman schools asked for reprints to use in their classes.
One teacher sent them around the country to various friends in other schools.
Undoubtedly one of these scattered copies eventually led somebody to sell the idea to a syndicator.
Word search puzzles have become very popular on the internet with Facebook games such as Letters of Gold.
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