Monday, February 14, 2011


If you have a word work, spelling, or making words station as part of your literacy/reading block you'll love this.  My teaching bud Ms. Reeves (who really needs to start a blog herself because she's full of creative and cute activities) told me about this idea!  It's a mini-boggle set which can be used as an independent word work activity.  It's compact, quiet, and it can be used all year long!  She ordered them from Oriental Trading.  You get a dozen of them for $7.99.  Each one has a cover and 16 letter cubes.  

Depending on the age of your students, you may want to modify the activity.  This game can be as simple or complex as you'd like. For added challenge you can also grab a set of these 3 minute sand timers.  They are $4.99 per dozen.  


  1. Wow! I love boggle and I have been wanting to do this with my first graders! Thanks!

  2. Oh, I had those little boggle games in my "cart" when I was ordering things for Christmas. But then I wasn't sure what they would look like when they arrived. Glad to know they work great! I'll have to order them next time! Thanks for the printable too!

  3. Oooh, oooh, oooh I love this idea. Thanks for the recording sheet, too!

    I don't know if I told you this when we met or not, but I've been laminating about 4 recording pages for each of my word work activities. The students write on them with Vis-a-Vis, then clean them with one baby wipe when it's time to clean up. It really cuts down on the amount of paper we use in our classroom.

  4. At the same time everyone is given the same letters. When you find while you earn points according to the words. Selected letters will be given to you in connection with letters at least 3 letters long, can play a game of finding words

  5. Hello! I love the boggle paper you have made. Is there any way I could get a copy without going through scribd? Here is my email:
    Thank you for all of your awesome work!!
    Robin Smith


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