A to Z : Learn Something New Every Day

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LET’S LEARN TO PLAY GUGGENHEIM!

Nope, not THAT Guggenheim!
Nope, not THAT Guggenheim!

Guggenheim is a great little word game for a group, for travel, or you can just set one up if you’re sitting in a waiting room and need to pass a little time.

I will list a group of categories, and you must find answers corresponding to the letter from a word written down the side of the board. Don’t worry it’s easier than it sounds, and I’ve done a few for you!

 

  Animal                         City                       Flower                         Food

H             Hamster                                                                                                                        

O                                                                                                                                         Orange

S                                                       Seattle                                                                                    

 P                                                                                                 Petunia                                        

I                  Iguana                                                                                                                           

T                 Tiger                                                                                                                              

A                                                                                                                                                         

L                                                                                                     Lily                                              

 

EASY PEASY, RIGHT!?

Have Fun!

 

 

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16 thoughts on “A to Z : Learn Something New Every Day

  1. Anemone. I can never remember if that’s a flower or a sea creature. Wait, was I supposed to do the whole word? I’m confused.

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  2. I need a print out and a pencil and paper to do this. This is similar to Scattegories, one of my family’s favorite games. You picked Hospital for the word down the side?

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  3. So are you saying I can fill in, for example, H all the way across with Hamster (animal), Hampton (city), Ham (food), Hyacinth (flower), and so forth with all the letters? Does somebody win?
    ~Visiting from AtoZ

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  4. Fun! Not the hospital part, of course. What a difference spelling makes! I had never envisioned I.V. walker before you pointed it out. Next thing I know, you’ll be telling me that Doug has a digging problem.

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    1. Actually Doug was named by a friend who is a Douglas Fairbanks fan and he apparently did a film called “Lamb.” She also calls Doug ” my little lamb,” so that is where that one came from… His nicknames are numerous!

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  5. so would one get double points for “enjoying a hamster hamburger in Hamburg”??

    damn I just saw the vertical component… yeah, I read very carefully the first time lol I am farther behind on my commenting than I am in my posting, which, so far happens at the usual early hour before I leave for work.

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    1. That vertical word is just that… it wasnt meant as any sort of hidden meaning or anything… its just a long common word to use… honest…. and really, hamster hamburger is such an assault to my vegetarian senses! lol!

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  6. I LOVE this game! I love word games, anyway. I am a Bananagram master! But I’m like Val; I need paper and pencil to play this!

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