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Challenging Brain Games are sometimes fun to explore. While the puzzles present challenges they intend to encourage your mind to take part in solving problems. When you mind learns to solve problems you will find life is much easier. Rather than running from problems you will learn how to take life’s challenges with welcoming arms and head them on.

How challenging Brain Games open the mind

Can you turn the word Navy into Army? Start by changing one letter at a time. Navy – Nave – Name – Same – Came – Rave – Rams – Rim – Maim – Arm – Army

You can come up with your own words to complete the puzzle. There is no right or wrong, so try to come up with some ideas of your own. Now try to solve the Terse Verse puzzle below.

He ran to the beach

H I A B R E V I G

E C M T O T Y W
O E A O Y C H U
M E O M C E C A
C S O W E T E R
A P R A C K E B
E A C K W S P R
K E T O T H S K
I R T A O F O E
W Y K W C T O
H E R N T C H F
O

Look at the puzzle, find “he ran to the beach,” and then continue to find the rhyme that completes the puzzle. Take a few minutes and think about a rhyme that best fits the puzzle. Once you find the rhyming parts to complete the puzzle, next create a new vocabulary from the puzzle, picking out as many words as you can and then write a new sentence. The sentence does not have to rhyme.

Hi – he – of – give – am – me – so – wet – go – tot – speech – to – rap – beck – beach – oar – bee -we – my – pare – skirt – at – par – came – hum – ran – he – woe –

Answer:

To give a speech:

Steve Hiles

I am a retired military and elementary school teacher living in Tennessee. I am an avid reader and love to write. I am very passionate about helping teachers. I hope you find my educational tips and strategies useful,and enjoy hearing about my personal journey.

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