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Books of the Bible-Word Maze-10

Why use puzzles in the classroom? Educators are always on the lookout for fun, interactive and engaging lesson plan resources to support their programming. Using puzzles to make learning fun is an easy complement to classroom instruction.

Here is a books of the Bible word maze puzzle where the list of word clues have the letters scrambled, which adds to brain engagement and the challenge of the puzzle. Puzzles like this also foster cooperative and collaborative classrooms because they provide opportunities for students to work together to solve the puzzle.

This word maze has a list of 19 words.

Solve the Puzzle
1. to reveal the list of hidden words, unscramble the letters in each word clue
2. start at the circled letter
3. trace the letter path of the first hidden word (path lines can travel up/down, forwards/backwards, and diagonally)
4. once the letter path is complete, locate the starting letter of the next word and continue to trace its path line (use the unscrambled word clues as a guide)
5. repeat steps 3 and 4 until all letter paths are complete (remember path lines go up/down, forwards/backwards and the path lines DO cross)
6. track progress by drawing a line through each word clue (helps to eliminate choices)

Other ideas for using puzzles in the classroom:
1. use puzzles to introduce a unit
2. include puzzles in literacy centers
3. put the list of unjumbled words in reverse alphabetical order
4. students love creating ... so, have students create their own word search puzzles
5. record the list of scrambled word clues in alphabetical order

Independence Day!

Are you ready for July 4th? Here are quick links to our collection of Declaration of Independence Day puzzles: Declaration of Independence. If you want July 4th, United States states puzzles, then check out the history link: Fourth of July.

We continue to grow! Our collection of Parts of a Plant has been updated and is growing to 76 puzzles. Here is the direct link here: Parts of a Plant. Enjoy!