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Word factory

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Word Factory

Word Factory


How about making new words?

Here is the Best School Games Factory! Have fun completing the words with the missing letters by clicking on them. After that, you will control the robot to find words around the factory. That's super fun!

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Age Time
6 to 8-year-olds 60 minutes


  • To actively engage students in the learning process, fostering collaboration and creativity through the Word Factory game.

Needed material

  • Computer or tablets with an internet connection
  • Whiteboard and markers
  • Printed record sheets for students
  • Letter cards (optional)
  • Large paper and markers for collaborative activities

1. Warm-up

  • Play a quick word association game. Say a word, and students take turns saying words related to it.
  • Introduce the concept of a "Word Factory" and ask students what they think it might be.

2. Presentation

  • Show a brief demo of the Word Factory game, highlighting its interactive features.
  • Discuss the importance of words and how they form the building blocks of sentences and stories.
  • Let students play the game for a while.

3. Practice

  • After playing the game, divide the class into small groups.
  • Provide each group with a set of letter cards (or have them create their own).
  • In their groups, students use the letter cards to form words related to a given category (e.g., animals, fruits).
  • Rotate the categories, allowing each group to explore various word families.

4. Production

  • Bring the class back together and introduce a collaborative activity.
  • Provide cardboard and markers for each group.
  • Assign a word theme (e.g., "nature") and ask each group to create a collaborative word poster with drawings and words related to the theme.
  • Encourage discussion and collaboration within each group.

5. To sum up

  • Gather the class and showcase each group's collaborative word poster.
  • Discuss the different words they explored during the interactive activities.
  • Reflect on the value of teamwork and creativity in word exploration.

6. Homework (optional):

  • Assign a creative writing task where students incorporate some of the words they formed in the game into short sentences or a paragraph.
  • Encourage them to share their creations in the next class.

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Karol Oliveira

Karol Oliveira

Modern Languages undergraduate student at Universidade Federal do Triângulo Mineiro - UFTM

TOEFL certificate

Teaching EFL (English as a foreign language) for 5 years

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