Learning - Activities | 3-18 yrs

10 Fun Word Games


Are you worried about your child’s vocabulary not being good enough? Do you want to improve her vocabulary? Introducing your child to word games and activities can be a fun way of helping her improve her vocabulary.

But first, let’s understand how word games benefit the brain. Dr Gayatri Devi, MD, Neurology, New York Memory & Healthy Aging Services says, “Word games benefit the brain because they activate parts of the brain that deal with language and word finding, which forces the brain to exercise, work and be active.”

There are several word games that can improve our vocabulary. Scrabble is one name that comes instantly to mind when we think of such word games. It is a fun and classic word game. The objective of the game is to score the most points possible. Scrabble is an immensely popular and enjoyable game.

Another fun word game is Boggle from Hasbro, which was designed by Alan Turoff. It is played using a plastic grid of lettered dice in which players attempt to find words in sequences of adjacent letters. Other such word games include Taboo, 4 Pics 1 Word, Spelling Game, etc.

Interested in knowing more about other such word games? Please click through the pages of this ClipBook.



Scrabble is a fun and classic word game. The object of the game is to get the most points. Whether it's a double letter score or a triple letter score, this game will surely be enjoyable for you. Learn how to play this awesome word game.


Taboo is a party game that can provide hours of entertainment for teens or adults. It's easy to learn and play and it's never boring. It can be adjusted to fit into a short time period or you can play for hours.

Name, Place, Animal, Thing

One of the most entertaining vocabulary games is a queer game called, 'Name, Place, Animal, Thing'. The game consists of all the players using a piece of paper, creating four columns for names, places, animals and things, and filling up these four...


Ruzzle is a fun and fast-paced word game where you can challenge your friends or allow an opponent to be chosen randomly. Who can find the most words in two minutes?

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