Jumble for Kids and Adults: Eye Doc and Sherlock

By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek | March 17th, 2022

The scrambled word game

grandparents granddaughter looking together at a laptop, possibly doing a puzzle, sitting on a sofa. Photo by Champaiporn Kitina Dreamstime

Play the double Jumble challenge of mental games and giggles – unscramble the words and the humorous bonus answer. Start with the Jumble for Kids as a warm-up, or share the challenge with a favorite youngster. Then move along to a bigger challenge.

Build your brain

Mental exercises and games, like the double Jumble challenge, can expand vocabulary, strengthen word recall, improve working memory, and keep your brain in tip-top shape, throughout life. You can actively work to strengthen your mind by learning new languages and skills, practicing long-held skills, gaining new knowledge, and engaging your brain in many other ways.

Double Jumble challenge - start with this Jumble puzzle for kids


Next up, the Classic JUMBLE

Classic Jumble - with Sherlock Holmes as part of the bonus humorous answer


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Jumble for Kids Answers





Surprise puzzle answer

To enter information about the patienyt, the optometrist used her – “EYE” PAD

Classic Jumble Answers





Surprise puzzle answer

Sherlock Holmes gave his friends discounts, and they were thankful for his – DEDUCTIONS



Much more than just the Jumble brain teaser game

For mental fitness and fun, BoomerMagazine.com presents Boomer Brain Games for baby boomers, a regularly updated mix of puzzles and quizzes to stimulate your mind and your sense of joy. We offer classic games such as Jumble and Boggle, a cartoon caption contest, and crossword puzzles and trivia quizzes with a hearty dose of baby boomer pop culture.

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