Spelling Brain Teasers for Kids :
These brain teasers for kids require students to read each clue very
carefully and understand
its meaning. Kids also need to follow directions
and do a bit of critical
thinking. They'll need some spelling skills,
could be a better way to practice all these important language skills
than using a brain teaser or two?
Here are two fun Mystery Word puzzlers. Try to solve them
here, or use
version of both puzzlers.
Here's a second puzzle that uses the same format. How long will it take you or your students to correctly solve this one?
Here's another page of brain teaser worksheets for kids:Picture Puzzler and Letter Logic
We think you'll also like
these light-hearted riddles and brain teasers:
If you're looking for more challenging brain teasers, check out our Level 2
pages. Part of the key in successfully using brain teasers with any child is
to choose puzzles that are at a suitable
level of difficulty
When students are given teasers in the classroom that are too easy,
they quickly solve them and then become bored. On the other
hand, when students are presented with brain teasers that
are much too difficult, they become frustrated and give up.
With that in mind, always carefully
read and solve any brain teasers
first before assigning them to your students
. If you think
puzzler is just a wee bit too hard, consider assigning students to work
in pairs. If you're a parent, sit with your child as he begins
to solve a puzzle. If he gets "stuck," allow him to think about things
on his first, then offer small hints along the way.