Great word games for kids:
1. Boggle (2+ players)
2. Pass the Bomb (2+ players)
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1. This is certainly less well known than "Scrabble", but it was one I enjoyed as a child. To learn "Boggle", you move a box packed with dice with a letter on each side, and the dice land in the 4×4 main grid in the bottom of the box. Afterward you make as many words as you can from the cake you produced face-up letters.
Again, this is a good one for establishing vocabulary – and it can be played by children as well as by adults. An individual need to take note of the words you think of, which can even be best for developing handwriting.
2. It’s very simple to learn: you deal a credit card for the rounded pass a “bomb” around the stand and when it activates, the person holding it seems to lose. Before you can pass the blast on during your turn, you will need to come up with a word that has the letters on the card.
It may be a fun family or party game and can function well with a variety of age range. It’s a smart way to help children think about page patterns, too, and develop vocabulary and spelling.