I had actually been looking into this idea (the BOGGLE idea) a few weeks ago. I found a couple of sites that gave me some ideas.
- Shelli Temple
A take off on the old game, Boggle, this would be a good board for vocabulary enrichment, extra credit, or a morning activity. On the board, create a grid of your choice, typically a 4x4 or 5x5. In each square, attach a smaller square with a letter printed on it. Encourage kids to find as many words as possible by moving from one letter to another that it touches. A square may only be used once per word. Change out the letter squares often to keep this board exciting.
and also this:
I really like your idea of doing it on a presentation board for mobility! I would probably make the letter "dice" and get velcro dots or strips to put on the back of the "dice" and on the board, and then you can have the assorted letters to use, keeping the extras in a baggie or something.