Reader Reviews

Word Games

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Wordplays.com

September 5, 2012 -- Submitted by Robert Korf, a reader from New Jersey, who is not affiliated with the site.

Play popular word games including Boggle and Word Sudoku, on-line and all free. No downloads, no flash. Some of these games like Words in a Word are great classroom aides. Boggle and Words in a word can be played in many languages which makes a great teaching aide for language classes.


Young Writers

June 14, 2011 -- Submitted by Ben Reeves, a reader from United Kingdom, who is affiliated with the site.

Educational word and typing games

Word Game World

April 1, 2010 -- From Ryan, a reader from Toronto, Ontario, who is affiliated with the site.

Word Game World is a fun, free site packed with your favourite word games, from crossword puzzles and word searches, to word-building games and more! New games are added regularly, so there’s always something new to play.

Take2

October 17, 2009 -- From Ed, from San Francisco, who is not affiliated with the site.

Up to 4 players race to complete a crossword puzzle with the same 26 letters. Letters are dealt 2 at a time. Reconstruct your puzzle anytime to accommodate new letters.

DXStudio-Cafe

October 7, 2009 -- From DXStudio-Cafe, a parent from France, who is affiliated with the site.

A site offering a free boggle type game. WordBog is easy to learn, never the same, always a challenge, and curiously addicting to play. You could say it is educational as well.

PlayWithYourMind.com

September 14, 2009 -- From Alex, a reader, from Ithaca, NY, who is affiliated with the site.

PlayWithYourMind.com offers 100+ original word games, math puzzles, memory tests and other games for your brain.

SpellingFun.com

May 10, 2006 -- From Charine, a reader, from New Zealand, who is affiliated with the site.

Spelling fun for 5-12 year olds. Offers free online test to tell your child’s spelling age. Do an online course at your skills level and pace. Free test and memory slide cards. Lots of FUN! Also has a personalised e-Dictionary, word lists and activity sheets

Word Search Fun

August 3, 2005 -- From Joel, a parent from Oklahoma, who is affiliated with the site

Create your own word search puzzle online. Select a category, choose a puzzle size, enter your words and click the button. Your puzzle is instantly available to play online or to print. Create a free account, so you can keep track of your puzzles and edit them.

Etymologic.com

January 17, 2003 -- From Dave Taylor, a parent from Boulder, Colorado, who is affiliated with the site

This simple site features a 10-question quiz randomly drawn from an extensive database of etymology (word origin) and related topics. It’s tough, but it’s highly entertaining and quite compelling! After each game, players also have the opportunity to submit their own questions, if desired.

Reading at iKnowthat.com

January 23, 2001 -- From Lisa, a reader from Pittsburgh, PA who is affiliated with the site

Using animations, words, sentences and sounds, kids will learn basic phonics skills. The game can be refreshed each time it’s played, and children earn certificates for each game completed. Kids set their own pace and can explore any subject they’re learning about that interests them, all at iKnowthat.com!