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I'm doing a cereal box project for my English class. It's asking for a related puzzle...
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There are a variety of different ways you can tackle this project. However, it depends on what your topic is--are you doing this project about a certain book, a certain author, a certain type of literature, etc? Depending on what you topic is, the following puzzles/games could be adapted.
1. You could create a word find--choose 7-10 words that are important to or related to your topic. Hide them in a table with other letters as distractors.
2. Choose 5-10 important words or concepts related to your topic. Scramble the letters of each word, and the person doing the puzzle needs to unscramble them.
3. Create a crossword puzzle from some of the important words or concepts.
4. Write a short story (one-two paragraphs) that is about your topic. Leave certain words out. Provide a word bank to fill in the blanks in the story.
I hope these ideas will help you!
Posted by katemschultz on September 7, 2012 at 2:51 AM (Answer #1)
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