Play Wordle - Site: New York Times
A popular game published by the New York Times that has become part of many people daily routine. The objective is to guess a 5 letter word in 6 attempts. You start with a blank panel, arranged in 6 lines of 5 empty cells. You have 6 tries to guess the word in each panel. For details on how to play See "How to Play Wordle"
Play Quordle - Site: Mirriam Webster
The rules are the same as Wordle but the objective is to solve 4 five letter words in 9 attempts. You start with 4 blank panels, one for each word. Each panel has 9 lines of 5 empty cells and each guess is applied to all 4 panels.
Octordle - Site: Britanica
There are three versions of this game; Classic, Sequence and Rescue.
It is played similar to Quordle but the objective is to solve 8 five letter words in 13 attempts. You start with 8 blank panels, one for each word.
Rescue - The computer prefills the first 4 lines with guesses. The goal is to use the remaining 9 attempts to solve the 8 different words. It is very engaging and lots of fun. It's is challenging and fun with or without the help of the .
Available as: Daily Game or Practice
Confused Words - Site: Mirriam Webster
Test your ability to use similar sounding words eg. whet & wet. You are given a phrase with a missing word. Two words are provided and you must select the right one. There are 15 phrases to solve.
Blossom - Site: Mirriam Webster
Seven words are given; six in a circle with one in the middle. The objective is to make 12 words but each word must contain the middle letter. The longer the word the more points awarded.
The Missing Letter - Site: Mirriam Webster
A crossword with a twist: 25 clues are definitions from our dictionary, and each one has a solution that starts with a different letter of the alphabet. Starting letters you’ve used appear in circles and are shown in the A-Z list. At the end of the puzzle, the one letter that hasn’t been used is the missing letter. New puzzle every Monday.
Spell It - Site: Mirriam Webster
Would be good for younger kids to practice their spelling. You listen to a word then spell it in 15 seconds. The faster you answer, the higher your score. The harder the question, the higher your score.
Your game can be improved by knowing a bit about the frequency of use of letters and vowels... read more
Wordle is a popular game published by the New York Times newspaper that has become part of many people daily routine. The objective is to guess a 5 letter word in 6 attempts. It starts with a blank panel of empty cells arranged in 6 lines each containing 5 empty cells.
Invalid Words - Wordle will not allow an invalid word to be entered.
You are given clues each time you guess a word. If you get a letter correct and it is in the correct position, it is colored green and if it is not in the word it is colored gray.
S T O R E
If a letter is correct but is in the wrong position, it is colored gold.
S T A R E
If you guess a word that has a repeated letter they will both be colored gold if they are in the wrong positions. If one is in the correct position, it is colored green and the other gold.
A W A I T
If the word is correct, all letters are colored green because they are all in their correct positions.
A T L A S