Cut out the individual letters of a word, mix them up, and lay them out before your child. Encourage him to unscramble the letters and reform the word. Start out with simple, three-letter words for younger children, and work up to longer ones for older kids. For example:
Keep in mind that some anagrams can form a variety of words. For example:
To help your child begin to see pattens more quickly in puzzles like these, always present him with anagrams in which the letters are arranged in alphabetical order.
Source: Bright and Beyond, Smart & Simple Reading Activities to do with your Child. Grades K to 3rd Grades. Here’s reminder to help expand your youngster’s mind and vocabulary!
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