The players work together to spell a word. They have to rub the right letters in the right order. The cheerful green bookworm eats the letter that the player have rubbed. Got it right? Then the letter appears on its body. Got it wrong? Then the bookworm spits out the letter. This way, the players always spell the correct word. This game comes in three levels. The higher the level, the longer the words.
Make the game more fun
- Take a moment to see what word they need to spell, where the letters are located, and to make a plan.
- To practise writing skills, ask the players to copy the letters on pieces of paper and have them put them in the right order.
Level 5 games focus on the part of the brain that controls executive functions. Executive function is responsible for many skills, including planning and decision making. Note: level 5 games are too challenging for people in the middle and late stages of dementia.