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Zotz
Lollipops
Atomic Fireball
Bottle Caps
Butterfinger
Starbursts
Pop Rocks
Fruit Chews
Baby Ruth
Ring Pop
Gummy Bears
Peeps
Chocolate
Candy Cane
Pop Drops
Twix
Three Muskateers
Almond Joy
Trolli gummy worms
Gumdrops
Cherry Sours
Smarties
York Peppermint Patties
Airheads
M&Ms
Hot Tamales
Payday
Blow Pops
Sno. Caps
Swedish Fish
Baby Bottle Pop
Junior Mints
Mike and Ike
Candy Corn
Fudge
Gobbstopper
Tootsie Roll Pop
Spree
Hershey's
Crunch
Sixlets
Fundip
Bit-O-Honey
Dove
Twizzlers
Nerds
Rolo
Dots
Good & Plenty
Hi-Chew
Razzles
Reeses Pieces
Peach Rings
Skittles
DumDums
Mr. Goodbar
Pixie Sticks
Lemonhead
Sour Patch Kids
Candy Orange Slices
Milk Duds
Crybabies
Jolly Ranchers
Gushers
Sweet Tarts
Jelly Beans
Tootsie Rolls
Duvalin chocolates
Red Hots
Now and Later
Caramel
Bubble Gum
Kit Kat
Jawbreakers
Whoppers
Laffy Taffy
Lifesavers
Warheads
Pez candy
Saltwater Taffy
Milky Way
Snickers
Runts

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a word scramble?

Word scramble games were created by Martin Naydel in 1954, and they have been well loved all over the world since! In a word scramble game, there are lines of scrambled up letters that may seem completely random.

The job of the player is to rearrange the letters to make an actual word. For example, if the players are faced with “NLEVITIOES” then they could rearrange the letters to make the word “TELEVISION”.

How are word scrambles used in the classroom?

Word scrambles are great additions to your curriculum, because they give your students a fun and engaging way to test their reading, comprehension and spelling. Because you can create word scramble templates that are completely custom with WordMint, you can constantly challenge your students with new words.

What is an anagram?

An anagram is a word dating back to 1589 that describes rearranging the letters of another word or phrase, which is the essential task of a word scramble!

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You can also select the option to print a teacher's version which contains your answers for easy reference and marking.

Can I create word scrambles in other languages?

Word scrambles are a fantastic resource for students learning a foreign language as they test their reading, comprehension and writing all at the same time. When learning a new language, this type of test using multiple different skills is great to solidify students' learning.

We have full support for word scramble templates in languages including Spanish, French and Japanese with diacritics including over 100,000 images, so you can create an entire word scramble in your target language.