An anagram is a play on words created by rearranging the letters of the original
words to make a new word or phrase. Anagrams can be fun and witty. We can
often find examples of anagrams in everyday life.
For example, state - taste, dusty - study, save - vase, thing - night, etc.
 Group Activity : Divide the class in four groups. The first group finds out
anagrams of 3 letters, the second group finds out anagrams of 4 letters, the third
and fourth group finds out anagrams of 4 and 5 letters respectively in the given
time. The group which collects maximum anagrams in given time will be the winner.
 Individual Activity : Make anagrams of the following words. Remember an
anagram contains exactly the same letters no more no less only, in a different order.
• ten • dairy • glean • former • auctioned • listen • allergy • funeral • teacher • dormitory


 Group Activity : The teacher divides the class in four groups. Teacher asks the
groups to read the riddles and choose the correct answer for each one. The group that
finishes correctly first is the winner.
• What comes down but never goes up ?
• What has hands but can not clap?
• What has a neck but no head?
 • What can you see in a calendar as well as eat it up ?
• What belongs to you but is used more by others?

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post