Labor Day Word Search Puzzle

It was on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, that Labor Day was celebrated for the first time in New York City in America. More than a century later, this wonderful occassion continues to be celebrated in the U.S. and in several other nations with the same objective - the acknowledgement of the contributions of every worker whose hard work shapes the destiny of a nation. Celebrate Labor Day in a different way with this fabulous word search puzzle game themed to the occassion. You are sure to enjoy this Labor Day Word Search Puzzle and you can refer it to your friends and dear ones with just a click here that will pass on this page to them. Have a wonderful Labor Day celebration.

Word Search Puzzle for Labor Day

Labor Day is going to be more funfilled with this exciting Word Search Puzzle based on the mood of the holiday. Solving this fantastic word search game requires you to take out a printout of the Word Search template given below and find out the listed words from the jumbled arrangement of letters that the puzzle consists of. The words are hidden in every direction - horizontal, vertical, diagonal, forward or backward. Each of the listed words has some relation with Labor Day and Labor Day observances. When you find a word, encircle it to mark it out from the disordered set. Have fun solving this Labor Day Word Search puzzle!

Labor Day Word Search Puzzle

Printing the Word Search Template

Click on the thumbnail image of the Word Search template. This will open it in a bigger size in a new window.

To print this puzzle template, click on the "Print" button provided in the new window. Alternately, you can go to the upper left corner of the window and click File>Print. To know how your printout will look like, click on File>Print Preview before you actually issue a print.

Once you have finished printing, close the template window to come back to this screen.

Grab your Word Search printout and start solving the puzzle.

NOTE: Set page margins to zero if you have problems fitting the template on one page (FILE, PAGE SETUP or FILE, PRINTER SETUP in most browsers).

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