Several weeks ago, as we were sitting in Sacrament meeting, my son pulled out a word search book and began ‘searching’. He turned to me and asked if I would help him find the words. As we sat there searching for words, I had an idea! If my son enjoys word searches, and like to do them at church, why Β not create some LDS themed word searches for him and my other kiddos to enjoy?!? And that is how my LDS Mini Word Search Booklets were created.

LDS Word Search

Today I am sharing 3 pages of Mini Word Search puzzles. There are 4 to a sheet, so that is 12 Word Search Puzzles! I am planning on creating more, but here are some to get you started.

The first set of Mini Word Search puzzles include these topics:

Names of Jesus Christ, Baptism, The First Vision, Prophet & Apostles, Book of Mormon Prophets, Books of the Book of Mormon, Words in the Book of Mormon, Books of the Old Testament (parts 1, 2, & 3), Books of the New Testament (parts 1 & 2).

Each puzzle includes 10-15 words to search for.

LDS Word Searches for children

Each card includes the topic for that puzzle, the puzzle, and a word bank. I didn’t include an answer sheet, sorry. I figured these puzzles were easy enough. πŸ™‚

Wouldn’t these booklets be PERFECT for your children to complete during Sacrament Meeting or as a Sunday activity? I am so excited to give these to my children, and see what they think. Here is how I put mine together.




To create your own LDS Mini Word Search Booklet you will need:

My LDS Mini Word Search Puzzle Printables (link below), cardstock, scissors or a paper cutter, hole punch, Β and a ring.

Print out my puzzles onto cardstock, and cut each one. You can print them on paper, but cardstock is thicker, and will help your cards to last a little longer. Each card measures approx. 5″ X 3.5″. Once you have the cards printed and cut, grab your cards and a hole punch and punch a hole into one of the top corners. When you’ve got each of the cards punched, place them all on the ring. And that’s it!

Bible Word Search

These would be the perfect addition to your Sunday bag or to place in your children’s scripture bags. Include some fun colored pens or highlighters and you’ve got yourself a great Sunday activity or a great activity for any other day of the week. πŸ™‚




I hope you and your children enjoy my LDS Mini Word Search Booklet, and are able to use it. I would love to hear if you do! And if you do, snap a picture and post it on Facebook or Instagram and tag me and/or use the hashtag#littleldsideas. It’s always fun to see my creations in action.

Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!

14 thoughts on “LDS Mini Word Search Booklet

  1. Barbara Hubble

    It would also be good to laminate these and use an erasable marker. That way they could be reused by other children.

    These are a great idea. Thanks!

  2. Mandi

    I LOVE these. My nieces are going to love them! Thanks so much for making and sharing them. I can’t wait to print and send them to them! πŸ™‚ You are awesome.

  3. Kendra

    I am obsessed with this! My daughter is not quite one yet, but I think all the time about how I am going to help her maintain reverence during Sacrament meeting and I absolutely love this idea! Thanks for sharing all of this with us.

    1. littleldsideas Post author

      Thanks! My daughter is obsessed with them as well. Well, hopefully by the time she’s old enough to do these, I’ll have a whole bunch for you to print out. πŸ™‚

  4. Odalis Sanchez

    Thanks for this great activity…thinking it would make nice little birthday or welcome gift for the Primary children…with a bit of candy too πŸ™‚ I’ve printed out a few of your ideas and wanted to say, “THANKS!”. I’m a new Primary President who needs lots of help…first time and don’t have kids of my own.

    1. littleldsideas Post author

      Odalis! I am so glad you like the Word Searches! I love the idea of giving them to the Primary children. I am planning on working on adding more puzzles this week. πŸ™‚

  5. Kim

    Thank you for your time and effort in helping me have fun things for my primary class to do.

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