Its a popular family game for all ages and great educational tool to build word ability and comprehension, but it aids in lateral thinking and vocabulary enhancement.
At very first want to announce Investor' Name for this game - Yes, "Alfred Mosher Butts" year 1948.
If you're a fairly new player to the classic board game, then unless you're a whiz with words you may find that you're left a little embarrassed, particularly if you're playing with people who've played the game many times before.
Because of its "Health Benefits for All aged Family Members", has surpassed several other competing word games in popularity over the years, and has found a new life in online word game such as Words with Friends for entirely new generations of people.
With the help of it, you can develop an excellent vocabulary to the ability to critically weigh different strategies with great skill to teach a child to think beyond the immediate gratification of creating a word now, versus holding your letters in order to play a longer and higher scoring word later.
It encourages basic number skills in terms of counting word scores, calculating triple word, double word, triple letter, and double letter scores.
The math levels for any child are good practical examples of how numbers are used in the real world, and coupled with the competitive atmosphere of this game incentives a child to keep score correctly.
It's a great social outlet for older people who club together to play it. And as usual lot of friendships have been forged by people who have met while playing it.
It can develops a healthy competitive streak while encouraging patience and turn-taking because of requires concentration to create word combination out of the available tiles in the player's rack.
Now let's talk about it in today's latest technology like,
With its iOS version, you will be able to pick from various varieties of game play that allows you to play with people in the same room or online.
It allows you to use multiple Apple devices to create the Classic Scrabble Board Game feel.
Its iPad version brings the original board game to electronic form exceedingly well.