National Scrabble Day

National Scrabble Day

This year, National Scrabble Day falls on Sunday 13th of April. All you need are some scrabblers and an eligible surface (a floor works best) to celebrate in style with family members or friends!

A game that has been around since 1948 as well as being invented by a man named Alfred Butts who also happens to be one-half of the iconic publishing company Hasbro means we can expect great things from this fun occasion – so pull up your tiles people because it’s time for Some Good Clean Fun!!!

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Why National Scrabble Day?

The game of Scrabble has been around since 1938 and is loved by many people all over the world. It’s not only popular in America but also across Europe, Asia Pacific region as well! The reason why this word-based board game became so successful? I’m sure you could guess – it was created out of happiness brought on from depression after its creator lost his job working at London’s chemist warehouse during World War II.

How Can We Celebrate National Scrabble Day:

National Scrabble Day is a day for scrabblers and word game fans alike. To celebrate, try these fun activities: 

Play or two games with your family to get the blood flowing; engage children’s inappropriate vocabulary while they’re still young! Play some old-fashioned board caused by letters being laid out side by side instead of atop each other as we do now – it’s easier than you think if both parties know what’s going on (and there are plenty around!). Find out who has been playing since before YOU were born – I bet someone was always good at this peacefully competitive yet friendly pastime…

Scrabble is a game of words, but it’s more than just that. It encourages creativity and strategic thinking as players try to build their dictionaries with unique definitions for unmatched phrases! But what makes this fun activity even better? Hosting an official #NationalScr

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You can’t get much more engaging than playing Scrabble with your friends on Facebook. With this, you’ll have the opportunity to test out new words and see who knows them best! It’s like a little competition but without all those pesky rules that make games boring as heck (like no passing). So why not give it a go today?

If there are any NBC channels available in my area—I’ll tune into their program “Scrabble” because they seem interesting; I would love to see what kind of fresh content comes up each week!!

Why not have some fun with your friends on National Scrabble Day by hosting a tournament?

There are certain rules to play, and you can be the judge of whether or not they’re good enough.

Interesting Facts About National Scrabble Day:

Some interesting facts about scrabble would leave you in awe, and some you might already know. Let’s dive into the pool of juicy trivia: 

The board game that has reached heights of fame from its daytime TV show was invented during the depression era (1934-1945). Its name comes from an elementary School Teacher named Dr. Albert Samuel Friedrich who wanted to create something for his students when he couldn’t find anything on their shelves at home or school that suited them well enough – so naturally, they were pleased! Scrabble first launched back then as “A Broadsides Guided reading Programme”

The story of how Scrabble came to be has spanned 15 years and countless hours. For it all goes well, Alfred went through many changes in both his personal life as well as career-wise decisions like giving up on the idea of not trying at least once before taking off with what he knows best – words games (and making sure they’re playing nicely). 

Nowadays there are more than 1000 different languages spoken across 121 countries where this popular board game can be found; some variations even come preloaded onto screens so you don’t need any knowledge about Braille!

Scrabble is a game of words played all over the world. The name itself origins from Alfred, who renamed his earlier Lexico boardgame as Criss-Cross Words and then decided to call it “Scrabs” which was short form for scrabbling in British English until they officially changed its spelling around 1948 when more people were able to play this popular word game thanks largely due James Brunot’s publishing work on an Official Players Dictionary containing 96 two-letter words. National Scrabble day is usually held during the 3rd week of April in America and the 1st week of May internationally.

History of National Scrabble Day:

The game of Scrabble was invented in 1938 by Alfred Mosher Butts, but it didn’t receive its current name until 1948. In that year James Brunot became a partner to Mr., and they re-christened the toy “Lexico.” The word scrabble means “to scratch desperately” or perhaps even more appropriate when one person has all perplexed tiles while another only holds un Potterisms?

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