If you know Andre, you know he loves to keep audiences and students guessing.
One way I do this is with Rebus puzzles. It all started watching TV back in the day. I discovered the show, Classic Concentration. It was a mixture of the matching game and rebus puzzles. I was hooked!
The show went off the air, but I still loved the concept. Years later, I was trying to find a way to keep students engaged and remembered the joy I had using rebus puzzles. Well thanks to #dasInnanetz, there are a TON of rebus puzzles!
For those who may not know what a rebus puzzle is, it is an illustrated picture with the addition of individual letters to depict words and/or phrases. Here’s an example:
If you answered, “Throw in the towel,” you would be correct.
Here are a few websites that offer different types of Rebus Puzzles.
- Facebook Page: Rebus Concentration Puzzle
- Pinterest: Classic Concentration
- Pinterest: Classic Concentration Board
- Printable Concentration Puzzles
- Activity Connection’s Printable Concentration Puzzles
- Concentration Puzzle Images
- Concentration Template (Power Point)
- How to Create Your Own Concentration Using Microsoft Power Point
- Absolutely April’s How to Create Your Own Concentration
- Online Rebus Generator
- Another Online Rebus Generator
If/When you create some, share them out with other educators. Good luck!