It’s a very simple project actually, if you have a table saw available.
We went to Home Depot and purchased 2 sheets of Masonite, about 5/16 thick.
Brought them home to be cut into 8 inch squares.
Wipe each square down with a damp cloth and let it dry, so that the letters adhere to it.
Meanwhile, I ordered these 6 inch white vinyl letters from Amazon.com
Stack the tiles face down in a few piles.
Give each child 10 letters
The first person who is up, places there word on the ground, then draws the same amount of tiles.
You can skip your turn, if you can not make a word, and just switch new tiles
Continue making words, until the tiles run out or you can not make any new words.
The player left with the fewest tiles, WINS.
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