Brain Game: Word Search

Let’s be honest, it’s sometimes hard to concentrate on work on Friday afternoons. Your mind starts to wander, thinking about the fun things you’re going to do over the weekend. Well, why not take a quick break and start the fun now!

The Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives created a number of original puzzles and games, which are available online, and today seems like a Word Search kind of day. This particular puzzle is from the Top Ten Brain Awareness Week Favorite Puzzles collection.

Word search puzzles can be a lot of fun. The letters look all mixed up, but hidden among them are many words that describe the things you can do with your brain. See how many brain activities you can find and circle. The words can read across, up, down, or diagonally. If you can locate all 12 words, you’re really using your brain!

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Word search puzzle words to find:

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H E A R

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T A L K

H O P E

K N O W

T H I N K

G U E S S

D R E A M

B E L I E V E

U N D E R S T A N D

–Ann L. Whitman

2 responses

  1. Nice! I love word search puzzles. It helps increase my memory, and it challenges me to think faster. Plus, it gives me a sense of achievement every time I finish one, and it makes me feel better, too whenever I had a bad day. I enjoyed this word search. Thanks for sharing!

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