Can you make 3 words in Scrabble?

Can you make 3 words in Scrabble?

You can make more than one word in a turn by playing parallel to an existing word. All of your letters must be part of the same word, played in the same direction (e.g. horizontally). But if in the process you also make additional words in the opposite direction (e.g. vertically) you would get to score those, too.

How do you explain Scattergories?

The timer is set for up to three minutes. One player starts the timer. In the time allotted, each player must attempt to think of and write down, in the first column on the pad, a word or term that fits each of the 12 categories and starts with the rolled letter.

How do I get better at Scattergories?

Strategies for ScattergoriesThink of any and all words starting with the letter and find a category that they might fit in, selecting the most obscure category to avoid overlapping with another player.Think of any and all words associated with the category on the list, and see if any of them start with the letter.

How do I play Scattergories on Zoom?

If you need a crash course in Zoom Scattegories: Screen-sharing Edition, here’s how you can play:Have one person go to Swellfargo’s Scattergories game or a site. Click play when everyone’s ready. After two minutes, everyone shares their answers. Play as many rounds as you want.

How do I set up Scattergories?

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How do you play categories in Scattergories?

One player takes the top card and inserts it into the card base so that the card is visible by all players. This player then reads aloud the category (in large print) on the card. For example, “marriage”. Players then write down the letters of the category, vertically, on their score sheets.

Can you do sounds like in Pictionary?

Players cannot use secret or pre-arranged clues—like drawing an ear for “sounds like,” or dashes for the number of letters in each word. You can draw mail for male, or blew for blue, etc. Remember! Sketches may not include letters or numbers.