Word Creating Games for Kids

Word building is a crucial step between knowing the letters of the alphabet and being able to write.The best part about word.building is all of the interactive activities that come along and helping to make it more fun and engaging for our youngest
learners. In this list, you’ll find some excellent word-building activities for students of all ages.

Elementary Word Creating Games and Activities For Young Kids

Early Learning

The beginning years of word building are essential for children to develop word skills.
Having plenty of interactive resources is one of the most vital aspects of helping students to develop those skills.

Alphabet Sponges

are a perfect helps kids not only build words and also create some really great art pieces that can be hung around the classroom. Use vocabulary cards to have kids write words.

Guess the word

This fun activity can be played as a whole class or in small groups. Write the word on card stock or use magnet letters to build it!

Vocabulary Blocks

activity is great because it's hands-on and is a totally independent word-building activity. You can easily create your own, simply download a free, blank dice template and write the words or ending you want!

Compound Words

are great for learning how to build words and reading longer words.
Students must also get a firm grasp on these words during elementary school.

Cup letter Tiles

Instead of using center word building cards, create these cups at the beginning of the year. This simple hands-on activity will help build motor skills and work on word development.

Scrambled letters

This is an excellent activity for kids at the beginning of a class that involves building letters. It provides students with extra practice and gets their brains ready for the next activity.

Big Word Building

Using task cards, this activity will help students to be able to break down large words into different parts.It contributes in their brain development along with their problem-solving skills.

Interactive Word Walls

are great in middle school because they help students better
comprehend and understand different vocabulary concepts.It helps students to watch as words are built.


Put your students together or independent, and make it a fun competition. See who can build the most words out of their Boggle board.

What is the Reason behind the Success of Wordle?

I guess that everyone has heard about Wordle, a free-to-play online word game. Wordle is the simple online game that’s taken the world by storm.

It was launched by Josh Wardle, thea software engineer from Brooklyn, NYC. Wardle made
the game for his wife, who loves spelling bees, crosswords and other puzzle games.]
His wife loved it, and so did Wardle’s extended family.It was then that he decided to release the game to the rest of the world. After making the game for his wife,he sold the game to New York Times on Jan.31. They didn’t reveal the exact price other than “the low-seven figures,” or in other words, more than $1 million.Five months later, millions are playing the game every day.

Wordle is a very simple game to play,but it have several killer features that have lifted it above the competition.These are:

-You can only play one puzzle a day.
-Everyone plays the same puzzle.
-It’s easy to share your game on social media without spoling the answer for others.
To play Worldle you don’t have to download any app, you have just to visit the New York Times Games section.

Each day, there is a mystery five-letter word that you have to guess. You have to guess the word in 6 tries.Each guess must be a valid 5-letter word. You should hit the enter button to submit.
The game helps you guess the right word by turning the letters you chose into different colours. After each guess the color of the tiles will change to show how close your guess was to the word.

Green means the letter you guessed is correct and in the right position.

Yellow means the letter is in the word, but in the wrong spot.

Dark Gray means the letter is not in the word at all.

Some people think that Wordle has got harder since the New York Times takeover ,but it really hasn’t. It is currently free to play and free of ads, just as it initially was.
On Nov. 1, only 90 people had played it. Today, millions play it each day. It has captured the attention of so many people and according to Stacy Costa,a puzzle expert, Wordle is considered a good distraction. Those five or 10 minutes that you’re doing Wordle or any puzzle, you’re not thinking about everything else going on in the world,”
she said. Of course, some people are playing to win, trying to guess a mystery word.