I like word games such as Scrabble, Hangman, and crossword puzzles. I like them because they are fun to do and play!
It’s great, too, that word games help to increase your brain activity, which, in turn, leads to longevity and also staves off diseases such as Alzheimer’s.
My mother begins her day with coffee and a puzzle book, and she’s still sharp even though she’s in her late sixties!
Word games provide a win-win situation for everyone! YAY! 🙂
Of course, writing tools can be fun to use, too. 😉
The Many Things Dot Org Site
I found this site recently, which is geared toward ESL (English as a second language) students, that has a bunch of neat word games on it. Don’t let the fact that is for ESL students deter you; some of the games are really fun!!!
It’s called Many Things DOT Org and you can do a lot of different things on this site! The possibilities are endless!
It has games that make learning fun. The only drawback is that the site takes a long time to load (almost one minute) but it is worth the wait. I would suggest spending 20 minutes each day exploring and learning. It will help you learn English faster than a teacher can! 🙂
I’ve actually told a few people about this site and have seen an improvement in their language skills already. 🙂 YAY!
Fun for Everyone – Share Your Favorite Game
What sites do you like to use to play word games?
Leave a link to your favorite fun site in the comment section, or simply tell us what site you like the best!
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One more thing… Learn about Lorraine
Some of you are new readers, and so I’d like to invite you to read Who I Am + How I Became a Self-Published Author (and a question for you). This is a post I published on my other blog, Laying It Out There.
I hope you enjoy it, and respond to the question I have for you at the end! (Hint: it involves YOU.) 😉
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