Celebrated on April 13th

National Scrabble Day

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Challenge #1

Can you draw where you think most lost scrabble tiles may be found?

Did you know: Each hour, at least 30,000 Scrabble games are started. Down the sides of sofas, underneath carpets, eaten by children and pets alike; somewhere in the world there are over a million missing Scrabble tiles.

Source: The Fact Site

Challenge #2

Can you draw some words using square scrabble tiles?

Did you know: To celebrate National Scrabble Day—commemorated on April 13 each year, on the birthday of its inventor, Alfred Mosher Butts—here is a fun fact about the game and the competitions it has inspired. When players use all seven of their Scrabble tiles to make a word, it’s called a bingo.

Source: Mental Floss

Challenge #3

Can you draw the world covered in scrabble tiles??

Did you know: If all the Scrabble tiles ever produced were placed end to end, they can cover the whole world 8 TIMES! Woah! That’s a lot of tiles!

Source: PARHLO