Using anagrams in Loquiz

An anagram is a word or a sentence formed from another by rearranging its letters. I personally am using 2-3 anagrams in each Loquiz game. Here’s how.

For example, if your word is POLO, then the  anagram might be LOOP or POOL or even something that does not make any sense, like PLOO.

To create an anagram question I usually start by creating a text question. For example:

One of our corporate values is hiding behind the following anagram LAY I MU TUT. What is it? Type the answer into the box below.

Then you can add an  extra hint that says “It is only one word

You see that if you  made it a multiple choice question it would be way too easy to answer.

One of our corporate values is hiding behind the following anagram LAY I MU TUT. What is it?

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