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Teachers will give students multiple ways to review information and vocabulary. They might use flash cards, journals, books, and games. One way to make this practice more fun for students is to use unscramble games. These games not only give students a different way to look at the material, they also teach multiple skills at once. When doing unscramble puzzles, students practice reading skills, spelling, definitions, and maybe even time management. Unscrambles are easy to print off to use at various points in the day or for homework. They can also be done on the computer for another great way to review.

At home, parents can use games and puzzles too. Unscramble puzzles are easy to find or create and they give children extra practice with vocabulary. It’s a good idea for parents to be involved and to help make it a fun activity. Parents might want to participate in order to review the material themselves so that they can assist with homework and test prep if necessary.