I Want to Obey Letter Scramble Game Focuses on Obedience as It Helps Build Language Arts Skills.
How many words can you make by scrambling the letters in the phrase: "I want to obey?" Kids can use the I Want to Obey Letter Scramble Game to find out.
How to Use the I Want to Obey Letter Scramble Game
Cut out the letter pieces on the dotted lines. Begin by arranging the pieces to spell the words: "I WANT TO OBEY." Ask players to make as many words of three or more letters using only the letters provided in the phrase. Children may tangibly rearrange the pieces, or they may choose to use them merely for visual reference.
A notation sheet is provided for older players to track the words they produce. This file includes a sample answer sheet as well.
Although this game encourages word and spelling recognition, it can also be a fun and beneficial game to play when learning about the virtue of obedience or the Ten Commandments.
This game is one small part of That Weekly Liturgy Lesson for Kids - Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time (Cycle A).
Focus: Word recognition
Theme: Obedience, game, letter scramble