Everyone around the world enjoys solving good word scramble puzzles, right? Parents and teachers, you should use this to your advantage! Students engage in superb spelling and vocabulary practice when they solve word scrambles.
You'll find my new word scrambles listed below. Check out the most challenging scrambles which are listed first. Or, scroll down for some easier word scramble games.
Yum-Yum! A delicious word scramble, full of compound food words. You won't find any doughnuts or fruitcakes here, but you will find 15 other foods.
Opposites Unscramble 16 words, then match each on up to an opposite that's also in the list. Fun two-part activity for extra vocab practice!
Pull-Apart Synonyms - Extremely challenging free word scramble game! Can you pull apart these letters, without rearranging them, to spell a pair of synonyms? Is this as easy as it sounds???
Movie Mix-Up For a change of pace, why not try your hand at unscrambling the titles of 10 classic films from the 1930s-1960s? Solve these with a friend or family member for extra fun!
Scrambled Animals Crossword - Unscramble the names of 15 well-known animals and write them correctly into the puzzle. It's more fun than a barrel of monkeys!
Let's Play! Kids can try their skills at unscrambling ten simple, well-known toys. While they're playing around with the letters, they'll get in a little bit of spelling practice, too!
Down on the Farm - A simple list of ten common sights on a farm. Let your child try to solve them alone, or work together. Great for family time or in the classroom.
Number Spelling Scramble - Students will practice the correct spellings of some tricky number words with this fun page. It's a great way for kids to get in some extra practice with some frequently-misspelled words.
Get In Shape - 2 worksheets with sets of familiar words to boost kids' vocabulary and spelling skills. Scrambled words provide a fun, puzzle-y format for a nice change! Best for early grades.
Foot Talk will get your kids talking about their feet and unscrambling 12 related words. There's a simple matching exercise on the same page. You'll find this one my other website. Enjoy!
Halloween Word Scramble Just in time for Halloween, here's an eye-catching new word scramble that's suitable for classroom parties, family night, or just about any other Halloween event. It includes 12 not-too-scary ages, making it appropriate for all ages.
Holiday Word Scramble Who's ready for some holiday fun? Unscramble each set of letters. Then place your new word inside the diagram to spell a festive phrase!
Topics include everything from trains and zoos to desserts and movies!