Click on the first letter of a word and drag it to the last letter of the word.
Teachers: Have you seen Maths Word Search? It is a customisable mathematical wordsearch to use as a lesson Starter. There are also many more Maths vocabulary activities on the Maths Vocabulary page.
Do Word Searches Help Learners?, Google Answers
Friday, September 7, 2018
"Word search puzzles can help with:
Letter and word recognition:
When a learner plays with letters and words they become more familiar with their look and feel. Beginners increase their familiarity with letters and combinations of letters like 'ai' 'th' etc. Older learners build more awareness of words and their correct spelling.
This can be an important part of learning to read. A learner who has had fun and success in word games may be more secure about their language skills and more likely to feel comfortable with reading and writing.
A learner may learn new words this way, even though it can't compare with coming across new vocabulary in context.
It is always useful for a teacher to have a choice of different activities for pupils. Word games may be the right thing at a particular moment or for a particular pupil when a fun element is needed while pursuing mathematical language development.
Independent learning and creativity:
Letting a learner invent word puzzles can help them develop a sense of responsibility for organising a part of their learning activity. They may also benefit from the experience of 'creating' the puzzle.
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