Boggle Boards are a great word working activity.
The following boggle boards are divided into 4 different categories. There are 8 boggle boards to be used when teaching CVC words, 8 for digraphs, 8 for blends, and 8 for the silent “e”.
The following boggle boards are divided into 6 different categories. There are 8 boggle boards to be used when teaching ai, a_e, and ay; 10 for igh, i_e, and y=i; 8 for oa, o_e, and ow; 8 for ee and ea; 4 for ue, u_e, and ew; 10 for ar, er, ir, or, and ur.
For my own classroom, I printed out the boggle boards and laminated them. The students can grab a boggle board and a recording sheet and begin their search for words. Students can look up, down, and horizontally as long as the letters are next to each other. Although each board is labeled with what the students are supposed to find, they can search for other words also.