Scruble Cube


This article is in collaboration with Scruble Cube.

We naturally look for something familiar in the new. Scruble Cube is no exception. A blogger for Forbes calls it “Scrabble With A Twist“. My first impression was a Rubik’s Cube with letters. Upon closer inspection, our family has discovered that Scruble Cube has multiple uses for a wide range of ages and is lots of fun.


The makers of Scruble Cube have given us a letter and word based game that can be used simply for the fun of it or for academic purposes or both. The 4 x 4 cube twists vertically and horizontally like the puzzle cube with blank colored squares, and the object is to spell words on the sides instead of matching colors.

According to the company, Scruble Cube is appropriate for the 8+ age range, (there are ways to use it with younger children, too) and retails at $24.95, and comes with the cube, one pad of score sheets, and an hourglass (sand timer) along with a sheet of instructions and a getting started guide. The cube has 96 letters on rows that twist, and each letter has a point value. Scruble Cube gives players an opportunity to boost points with Wild Card and 2x and 3x word score cubes.

This statement is so important that I’m taking it straight from the press package:

“At Scruble Cube headquarters, we believe that ‘engaging each other through play’ is important. Many life skills, that are sometimes lost, come from playing together – team work, good sportsmanship, problem solving skills, listening skills, oral communications, and strategic thinking.”

I agree. And Scruble Cube does the “play” part well. Any toy that makes play and interaction the focus with learning an important background piece rates high with me. Multiple-award-winning Scruble Cube offers owners an online bonus with “lessons to help teach math, language, logic, spelling and/or science” according to the press packet.


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Thanks to Penny R at Homeschooling, Autism, & Stuff for providing this introductory article.

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