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Wordle What!?! Appealing to Visual Learners

Annie Condron

For this week's To Do Today, let's play Wordle wordplay.

 

Wordle is a website that lets you create word "art" out of vocab lists, words to describe yourself (or have your students), literature, RSS feeds to any website/blog, etc. They're great fun to organize and identify topics using a more visual medium. There's a pretty extensive gallery, but it's not searchable, so you have to go page by page through user entries.

 

Using the Wordle, guess the piece of writing each represents (some are easier than others):

 

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Share your guesses in the comments section!