Each word on the list is hidden in the pool of letters. Words may be hidden horizontally, vertically, diagonally, forward, or backward.
A: Because that's what it said on all his campaign buttons.
A: Large Washington!
A: Because he couldn't lie.
A: At the chopping mall!
A: The infantry!
A: In no way, thankfully!
A: George Washingtoon!
A: Yes, he was George-eous!
A: Really, really, really old!
A: He committed Valley Forgery!
A: In general terms!
A: Ape Lincoln!
A: He wanted to look like that guy on the five-dollar bill.
A: Mount Rushmore!
A: Mt. Vermin!
A: The Fodder of Our Country!
A: Monti jello!
A: Student: "I think it was Thomas Jeffer's son."
A: Babe Lincoln!
A: After a while, he took it for Grant-ed!
A: Student: "No, Miss Frump. I thought he lived in Washington!"
A: To keep his head warm!
A: Abraham Stincoln!
A: Because it was too cold to be born outside!
A: They're both on the (s)cent!
A: George Squashington!
A: "How much did the reserved seats cost?"
A: He wanted to have "chicken catch a Tory."
A: One has a bill on his face, and the other has his face on a bill.
A: Student: "Because he couldn't find the chain saw."
A: He didn't want any Bushes at the White House.
A: Because a dollar doesn't go as far as it used to.
A: They licked the British.
A: Because he never lied.
A: At the bottom.
Unscramble the pieces to make a picture of the Seal of the President of the United States of America.
Find the last names of Presidents hidden in this word search puzzle.
Put together the pieces in this White House jigsaw puzzle.
Can you name that President?
Unscramble the pieces to make a picture of Abraham Lincoln.
Unscramble the pieces to make a picture of George Washington.