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Free! Play Boggle with scrabble letters. Word work plus addition fact practice :) She also has downloadable letter tiles.

Do you see it down there in the bottom right hand corner? Obviously this could be done with a printout or marker, but I just adore the use of magnet letters. It would make a great center, whole group or choice time activity.

Boggle game. We used something similar at film-maker's camp for 10-13 year olds. Whatever film-making term they learned that day became the word to do a "boggle-like" activity eith. It went over very well.

Practice game???1-play super slow, 2-play super fast, 3-play staccato, 4- play lh with rh/play rh with lh, 5-play by memory, 6-play in a different octave....

great games to post on the wall for kids as a center or when they are finished with work

I do not believe that giving students a list of words and telling them to memorize it for a test is super effective. I think this spelling activity would encourage students to make relationship to the words, while reinforcing some vocabulary as well.

Boggle Printable Letters and Game Board (use an oil pan as the magnetic bulletin board) - Fabulous in 4th/Create Teach Share

Individual Boggle board - a great 'fill-in' or ''early finishers' activity (my boards have the instructions on the back) and are laminated so they can be used over and over. I omitted the letter 'f' and checked my boards to make sure there were no rudes words in them. Grade 4 and up.

This person's entire Flickr series is great. I really want to have engaging display boards like this and change my displays constantly. Gahhh so good.

giant boggle board- my kiddos loved these last yr! Love the idea of being able to change out letters by making a giant one!

This "I'm done..." board is a great way to remind students of their choices once they have completed the current activity. By having this posted as a bulletin board or poster within the room, students would have a visual reminder of the acceptable options they have while awaiting transition to the next activity. This procedure would help maintain order as well as keep faster students busy.