Wordle is the latest game to sweep through The Supply Room and everywhere around the world. So why not the classroom too?

We looked into how teachers could use this five-letter game in their classrooms. We loved the easy to make classroom version we found!

San Francisco teacher, Christina Nosek says Wordle in the classroom makes learning fun and has sparked letter combinations, vowel combinations, and why some things work and some things don’t. “We had such fabulous discussion about how words are made while we played.” she wrote in a Twitter post. “It’s easy to make. All you need is chart paper, a marker, a ruler, and a laminator.”

The object of Wordle is to guess a five-letter word in just six attempts. After each attempt, the game tells you which of the letters you guessed are in the word in the correct place, which letters are in the word but in the incorrect place, and which letters are not in the word at all.

Want to give it a go? Here you go!