Brain Boosters-Holiday Themed Anagrams


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The holidays are really upon us and only 16 shopping days left until Christmas! Take a break from shopping and exercise your brain! Grab a cup of green tea or hot cocoa with some spiced or plain walnuts, dark chocolate, or blueberries and let’s workout. So, let’s try more anagrams with a holiday theme. Remember, anagrams are a great brain exercise and they target problem solving skills, reasoning skills, thought organization, thought flexibility, judgment, and executive function skills. Anagrams are fun for everyone-teens, baby boomers, seniors. Anagrams are a fun brain building activity to boost those brain cells and build your cognitive reserve. Try these anagrams as a family activity or part of a family game night and see who can find the most.  Enjoy, laugh, have fun-it’s good for all of us! A healthy heart helps us maintain a healthy mind.

Here are your anagrams. How many new words can be formed? Share your lists with us and let’s see who can generate the most words!

STOCKING

CANES

FRUITS

WREATH

TINSEL

ANGEL

ORNAMENT

Posted on December 8, 2010, in Ageing, Aging, Alzheimer's, Alzheimer's Disease, Anti Alzheimer's, Anti Alzheimer's Disease, anti-aging, baby boomer, Baby Boomer Activities, baby boomers, Baby Boomers Activities, Brain, brain fitness, Brain Food, Brain Foods, brain health, Brain Plasticity, Build Brain Power, cognition, cognitive reserve, Dementia, executive function, exercise, grey matter, health, health and wellness, Health benefits of spices, Healthy Aging, Healthy Eating, healthy heart, Healthy Living, Healthy spices, heart, Improve brain function, Improve Memory, Improve Thinking Skills, judgement, judgment, Longevity, memory, Memory Loss, Mental fitness, Mental Stimulation, neuroplasticity, Prevent Memory Loss, problem solving, processing speed, reasoning, Senior Activities, Senior Fitness, senior health, Spices, Spices for brain health, thought flexibility, thought organization and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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