Make Words with Scrabble Tiles

Do you have a Scrabble game at home. It’s one of my favorites. It’s a fun game to play and I love that you can borrow the tiles for all sorts of other reasons. It seemed only natural to grab them and use them to practice our spelling words.

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To set-up: You need your spelling list and the tiles from a Scrabble game (or a Bananagram game). This is another activity (like many of these spelling activities) that needs no set up.

One by one, have your child go through their list and spell their words using Scrabble tiles. When they’re done, they can push the letters aside and move on to the next word.

Special note: While it’s fun to try to make as many words as possible before mixing the letters into the pile again, chances are you’ll run out of tiles before getting through an entire spelling list.

Use your Scrabble tiles to make spelling word practice fun. What are some other ways you’ve used these letter tiles?

 

Buy the 31 Ways to Practice Spelling Words Ebook

You can purchase a printable form of this book for $7.50 The book is designed to print and turn into a half-page size booklet. It’s perfect to keep at your homework station. Your kids can flip through and find a fun way to practice their spelling words.

The ideas will be convenient and ready to use. No need to turn on the computer every day for ideas.

Most activities require little to no prep time. And, if you make sure you have all the supplies on the Master Supply List (included in the book) on hand, you’ll be able to do any of these fun spelling word ideas any time.

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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her at Better Than Homework where she shares fun learning activities or Creative Family Fun where she shares art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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