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Easter Double Puzzle
Enter your clue words:
Enter each clue word (we recommend 4-8 words) on its own line. Students will need to unscramble each clue word and use one letter from it to decode the final word/phrase (see below).
Enter the final word or phrase:
Enter the word or phrase that will be created by combining the letters from each of the clue words above.
Numbered or scrambled?
(best for short words)
(best for longer phrases or unusual words)
The final word/phrase is made up of letters from the clue words you have added. The letters can be scrambled, giving the solver another challenge, or the letters can be numbered, making the Double Puzzle slightly easier to solve.
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