Boggle BrainBusters: Find the Colors

By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek | December 6th, 2021

How many words can you find?


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Exercise your mind by searching for words nestled in the Boggle cube. The more letters the better – plus bonus words to up the ante! Find as many words as you can by linking letters up, down, side-to-side, and diagonally, writing words on a blank sheet of paper. You may only use each letter box once within a single word. Play with a friend and compare word finds, crossing out common words. The Boggle BrainBusters Monday challenge will jumpstart your week!

Boggle BrainBusters Monday Challenge - find the colors in the Boggle cube of letters

Bonus answers to Boggle BrainBuster Monday Challenge below

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Boggle BrainBuster Monday Challenge: Answers

RED
TAN
BLUE
PINK
TEAL
MAUVE
GREEN
ORANGE
PURPLE

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