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What to do with this activity?

Have fun with words and letters!

An anagram is when the letters of a word or phrase get jumbled up to spell out something quite different. For instance, exactly the same letters can spell out the words "listen" and "silent". Also, the letters in the phrase "eleven plus two" can also say "twelve plus one"!

Find some more good anagrams on Fun English Games.com

Have fun finding interesting anagrams from words, phrases or even from the names of your friends and family, with the website wordsmith.org


  • Why am I doing this?

    Playing is one of the most effective ways children learn. It builds your child’s concentration and thinking skills as well as building their skills in using numbers, seeing patterns and being able to group things together. Playing games with others helps their social skills and gives them a chance to practice things they have heard and seen.

  • How can I do more?

    Playing games that involve words are great for increasing your child’s vocabulary. Games that involve dices and numbers help with maths and logical reasoning.

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