Jumble for Kids and Adults: Campers & Skiers

By David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek | March 24th, 2022

The scrambled word game


grandmother granddaughter on a tablet, maybe playing a puzzle, laughing. Photo by Fizkes Dreamstime Image

Play the Jumble fun for two, for 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.

Build your brain

Mental exercises and games, like the Jumble puzzles, 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.

Kids Jumble for March 24, a Grand Canyon camp

 

ANSWERS BELOW


Next up, the Classic JUMBLE

Classic Jumble puzzle for March 24, 2022: the barber

ANSWERS TO JUMBLE FUN FOR TWO BELOW

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Jumble for Kids Answers

VAN

BOIL

WAIT

CHOP

Surprise puzzle answer

They camped at the bottom of the Grand Canyon after choosing a – “LOW-CATION”

Classic Jumble Answers

STYLE

CURVE

BALLOT

UPROOT

Surprise puzzle answer

The mountaintop barbershop was a – CUT ABOVE THE REST

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