Looking for a fun and relaxing summer activity for kids? Let them try this free printable ice cream fill in puzzle.
This type of word puzzle is a fun and quiet activity they can enjoy by themselves.
How To Do A Fill In Crossword Puzzle
A fill in puzzle is a type of word puzzle that looks similar to a crossword puzzle. The difference is a fill in puzzle gives the words that go in the puzzle right from the start.
The challenge is fitting all the given words into the puzzle. They all must fit.
A 9 letter word can only be placed in a spot that allows for 9 letters. In this puzzle there are 7 possible 9 letter spots. Determining which spot each word goes into is part of the puzzle. You have to look at the connecting word boxes to narrow down your options.
It’s not overly difficult but a fun and relaxing past time that kids (or even adults) are sure to enjoy.
About This Summer Fill In Puzzle
This fill in word puzzle has 35 ice cream themed words that need to be fit into the puzzle.
There are 4 letter words all the way up to 13 letter words.
It’s probably most suited for ages 8 and up.
Ice Cream Words
21 of the words are common ice cream vocabulary. Words such as:
- ice cream
- sugar cone
- wafer cone
- waffle cone
- banana split
And 14 of the words are popular ice cream flavors:
Ice Cream Flavors
- Cookies N Cream
- Chocolate Chip
- Bubble Gum
- Rocky Road
- Butter Pecan
Download Printable Ice Cream Fill In Puzzle
The ice cream fill in puzzle can be downloaded free below.
The pdf includes the one page puzzle in 2 printable options. There is a version with color, and a black and white version. You can print whichever version you prefer.
An answer page is also included.
More Summer Word Puzzles
Here are some more fun summer word puzzles for kids:
- summer fill-in puzzles
- summer holidays word search
- summer word searches for kids in 2nd, 3rd, or 4th grade
- summer crossword puzzles for kids in grades 2, 3 or 4
- summer crossword puzzle for kids around 6th grade
Ice Cream Fill In Puzzle Answers
Are you stuck on a word and need some help? Here is the answer key: