Scrabble Fridge Magnets
Scrabble is one of those games that has stood the test of time. First invented in 1938, Scrabble has been played all over the world and by people of all ages. Do you know someone who is a scrabble enthusiast, or even someone who is just fond of words and wordplay? Then get them one of these Scrabble Fridge Magnet gifts from the novelty gifts range at Gifts Australia!
Note to self
With more than 100 letter tiles the fridge magnets will not only be a colourful addition to your fridge, but also a useful tool for writing messages, reminders or shopping lists. On the phone but can’t find a pen? Write your message on the fridge! Used the last of the milk? Use your Scrabble Fridge Magnets to remind yourself! Maybe you are storing a special treat in the fridge for later? HANDS OFF THE PUDDING OR ELSE will tell them you mean it.
For competitive partners, the Scrabble Fridge Magnets from Gift Australia can be a great way to exercise their minds while waiting for the kettle to boil. Simply divide your tiles into two, and play each time you are in the kitchen, until all letters are used up. Although there is no scrabble board, the inclusion of Triple Word, Triple Letter and Double Word Score tiles can spice up the game, so get creative and start playing Fridge Scrabble!
Why not use your Scrabble Fridge Magnets to help your kids to improve their reading and writing skills? Scramble the name of a treat that they can only get from the fridge when they have put all the letters in right order, or ask them to leave you messages on the fridge to help them improve their spelling, the possibilities are endless! For the little ones, just finding the letters that make up their name can be a fun way to help them get to grips with words.
Some Scrabble Facts – did you know?
o The highest number of points that can be scored on the first go is 128 - with 'muzjiks' (Russian peasants)
o Scrabble is used in Douglas Adams' 'The Hitch-hikers Guide to the Galaxy' to decide the answer to the ultimate question 'What is the Meaning Of Life?'.
o Somewhere in the world there are over a million missing Scrabble tiles
o It's not possible to play Scrabble in Japanese or Chinese, but they play in English with a rule book in their own language
o Aa (solidified lava) will only score you 2 points, but Za (slang for Pizza – yes, really!) will score you at least 11, so don’t despair if you draw the letter z!
So next time you’re waiting for the toast, or that boiled egg, get your brain in gear and play some word games with the Scrabble Fridge Magnet gifts from the novelty gifts range at Gifts Australia. It may be a good idea to keep the dictionary on top of the fridge, just in case….