The Harry Potter franchise has quite the following and it encompasses all age groups. If that’s you and you enjoy a good word search, download this FREE Harry Potter Word Search today.
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Are you a die hard Potter Head? While I haven’t read the books myself or have sat through any of the movies, I have many friends and family members that fall into that category. In fact I had to solicit the help of my daughter to create this Free Printable Harry Potter Word Search. I asked her for a list of Harry Potter words and she did not disappoint.
FREE PRINTABLE HARRY POTTER WORD SEARCH
The summertime is the perfect time of year to take time away from the busyness of life and do things you might not get around to doing otherwise.
From reading books to working on word puzzles, it’s the perfect opportunity to kick back and enjoy the simpler things in life.
If you’re the organizing type and love to keep a stash of rainy day activities, consider printing out several of these word puzzles and laminating them. Re-use them over again from year to year.
IMPORTANT DOWNLOAD INFORMATION
To download this FREE Harry Potter Word Search printable, simply click the download button below and a zipped file will download. Included is the word search and the answer key. Print or save to your computer for a later time.
For more Harry Potter themed printables and crafts be sure to check out these awesome, creative idea!
Catch a few mischievous Cornish Pixies in Jars to help Professor Glideroy Lockhart. Make sure to label them with the Free Printable Tags designed by Beth of Creatively Beth. Remember to not let Pixies loose in a classroom, they are devilishly tricky blighters.
Lindsay of Artsy Fartsy Mama is super talented with polymer clay. She sculpted these adorably wicked Harry Potter Cornish Pixies and will show you how with her step-by-step tutorial. Love those iridescent wings!
Give the Master of Death symbol a feminine touch with a Floral Deathly Hallows free cut file, created by Liz of Liz on Call. The Cloak of Invisibility, Resurrection Stone, and Elder Wand combine as a symbol to true believers who quest to find the Hallows.
Always creating halfway homemade goodies, Laura from Me and My INKlings is sharing a Bowtruckle Bread with Free Bakery Printable. Fantastic Beasts’ Jacob Kowalski would be proud to serve these delicious treats at his bakery!
Blanca from Creativities Galore has created Harry Potter Favor Bags that are perfect for any wizard inspired party. Fill with magical goodies and gift to that special boy or girl.
Candice of She’s Crafty Crafty is sharing a free cut file to create your very own Harry Potter Fund Jar. Savings is an important lesson for the kiddos. What will your fund be for – books, movies, or a trip?
One of the most important words in Harry Potter is captured in this DIY Always Hat that Michelle of Michelle’s Party Plan-It created with her Cricut cutting machine. ‘Always’ tells Dumbledore that everything Snape had done and will do is in the name of his love for Lily Potter.
Jenny from Jenny’s Crayon Collection is sharing Tips for Adult Coloring with a Harry Potter Book. This fabulous quote that Queenie said to Jacob in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is perfect in a rainbow of colors.
WHERE CAN I FIND FREE PRINTABLES?
Obviously you know you can find free printables here at The Girl Creative because you are here. (wink wink) When I’m looking for free printables I usually just type what I’m looking for into Google or Pinterest.
By clicking the “images” tab in Google you’ll be able to see the actual printable instead of just the text link to the source. This is very helpful when you are searching for something specific.
HOW CAN I PRINT FREE PRINTABLES?
The great thing about free printables is that they are FREE. Most printables include a PDF that you can download and print right from your home printer. You don’t need any special software or special paper either. Copy paper works just fine.
Printing Tip: When you print from home, be sure to change the print settings to “best” so that you have best quality possible. You might find this setting under “quality”. Your choices will be 300dpi, 600dpi and 1200dpi. 600dpi is perfect.
If you’re worried about using too much ink, you can certainly try 300dpi first. Depending on what you’re printing, 300dpi might be all you need.
HOW DO I PRINT FREE PRINTABLES FROM PINTEREST?
While you can print right from Pinterest, you definitely should not. What you should do is click the link on Pinterest that will bring you to the page that houses the actual printable. By doing this you are also getting the best quality of the printable.
HOW DO I CREATE A PRINTABLE?
The best way to create a printable is by using the website, Canva. Canva has many templates that you can choose from and modify.
If you prefer to create a printable from scratch, you can do that too. You can do this by clicking the “Create a Design” button from the top right hand corner of the screen and from there you can choose a specific size or make up your own custom size.
After you have your template chosen or your blank sheet to create from scratch, you’ll add graphics and text by using the menu on the left. Once your design is to your liking, click “DOWNLOAD” from the top left corner.
Choose “PDF Print” from the dropdown menu and then click download. Your print will download to your computer (usually defaults to the download folder on your computer) and from there you can print it out.