Published on Tuesday, 24 May 2011 00:03
When kindergarten teacher Nancy Mines first started using Scrabble as a teaching tool, she decided to ditch the rule book for a game of her own design. So she laid the tiles out and told them to “make words.”
The youngsters responded enthusiastically, and Mines quickly realized she had a hit on her hands. The kindergartens clamored to “make words,”...
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