Published at Tuesday, 12 May 2020. Math Worksheets. By Aapo Okkonen.
Here are some ways you can use word scramble puzzles with your kids: Practice their spelling or vocabulary list - take all the words your kids need to memorize for the week and scramble them up. As they put them in the right order, they will also be learning how to spell them correctly. As a game - you can use word scramble puzzles as games in your classroom, at parties, and even just to pass the time. Think of all the thematic words you could come up with for a lesson plan on animals or a baby shower. Now scramble them up, make them into a game, and offer a prize for the first person to complete the page.
Think of some interesting facts/people/items related to your special couple. Make a list of 15-20 words about the happy couple, including their names, jobs, hobbies, background, etc. Or, make a list of word related to the upcoming wedding. This list might include the names of the attendants, and the locations of the ceremony and reception. Start scrambling your words! If you want to make the words hard-to-solve, I recommend that you not use the actual first letter of the word as the first letter in the scrambled word. For example, if the word is MINSTER, use RISMITEN rather than MIRENSTI. Break up as many letter combinations (TH, ING, ER, etc.) as you can in order to add to the difficulty level.
As adults we read all the time; if not books, then emails, information on the internet, road signs, business letters and documentation. Learning how to read is vital for your child has success at school, and printable preschool worksheets can be a big help. Can you draw? When your child is first introduced to the letters of the alphabet, those letters are usually related to pictures of items that start with that letter. You will find Annie Apple, David Dolphin and similar terms used throughout the world to introduce children to sounds and letters. Unless you are artistic and can draw, printable worksheets may be an easier solution - and generally more affordable than a book.
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