Make a word scramble for someone (the unscrambler):
- Pick a theme.
- Choose 4-6 words that work with the theme. Choose words appropriate for the person your puzzle is for. For example, keep to 3 or 4 letter words for younger unscramblers.
- Write out each word, with letters in a different order.
- Give the puzzle to the unscrambler.
Solve the puzzle:
- Work out what each word is.
- Guess the theme.
Here’s one for you to unscramble!
What’s the theme?
An inukshuk is a landmark made from stacked stones. Inuit people make inukshuks by choosing stones that fit well together. Nothing is added to keep them in place. An inukshuk can be any shape or size.
Try building your own inukshuk:
- Collect a variety of stones.
- Look at each shape to see how they might fit together.
- Start stacking!
- How tall can you make your inukshuk?
If you’re interested, learn more about inukshuks at CBC Kids.
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