Click on letters and try to solve the puzzle.
Put the letters in order to form a word that fits the clue.
Guess the word. Green boxes means right letter in the right spot. Circled letter means right letter in a different spot. You have 5 chances to guess the word.
Unscramble the word as it moves across the screen.
Click letters to make words. The game ends if the tiles reach the top.
Find words with 3, 4, 5 or even 6 letters. Get as many words as possible before the time runs out. Click shuffle to mix up the letters. This was one of my favorites.
Here are the solutions to the puzzle I tried to solve.
Click letters in a chain to make words. Get as many words as you can before the timer runs out.
Type as many words as you can that have the same number of letters as there are boxes and also have the target letter in the same place as the one above!
Click a letter and solve the question. This one asks what D city in Texas is home of the NBA team, Mavericks? I said Dallas. Try to get as many tiles in a row as you can.
Wheel of Fortune
Plays just like Wheel of Fortune. I love this game!
I think students will enjoy playing these word games as much as I did. It is also a great vocabulary builder. Please share these with your students!