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Thursday 26 July 2012

Boggle Wall

I found this online today and loved it so much, I wanted to share it with you.

I love word games, Boggle is one of my favourites. As a TTOC, it's a fun game to do writing letters on the board, or having handouts. In a classroom long term, you can set up a bulletin board or station for this type of game.

This site wrote:
Arrange letters on a wall (or a wall, desk, cabinet... I've seen some pretty nifty use of space with these!), embedding spelling words, sight words, vocabulary or "bonus" words for students to find using the same rules used to play Boggle. I love a comment on 4thGradeFrolics that suggested making one word using all the letters posted (related to something being taught in class or a seasonal concept) and challenging students to work on it when they have free time. You can change the letters at intervals and present a new challenge to students.
Pinterest has more examples.


  1. This is great! It makes the children's brain more keen in a way they get to used it in a educational way, by not just looking at the window or staring at the wall...This would be the best way to stimulate their brain in a good way...http://consideritdonemoving.com/moving-faq

  2. Yeah! It's nice see this kind of designs posted on classroom wall. It really can stimulates their brain indeed.http://consideritdonemoving.com/