It is a classic game for a reason. It is challenging, doesn’t rely on pure luck, and it is different every time you play. What is it? It’s Scrabble, of course!
Now, honestly, I do not like it and you can find out why by reading my article on Latin (click here). But it is a good game as my mother in law, Melanie, and my good friend, Christy, will try to convince me. I am sure they will jump at the chance to be my daughter’s personal trainer next year for the National School Scrabble Championship. Really, if you think about it, it is the ultimate unit study: vocabulary, math, dictionary use, spelling, spatial relationship, and character building. (No pouting allowed!)
So if you too are a Scrabble lover, I am sure Melanie and Christy would love to hear from you and I am sure you would love to know more about the National School Scrabble Championship.
Here is some basic information. It is for grades 5-8 and you must register at their site: Add your school
Also, Scrabble is looking for input from homeschoolers! Click here to read the short article.