1. 2 or more players.
2. Each player has the sheet in front of them, and a pen or pencil.
3. Each player, in his/her turn begins to recite the alphabet, with "A" being said out loud, and the rest of the letters are unheard.
4. A designated player, calls, "STOP!" The player that recited the letter, must stop and announce the letter he/she reached. If that letter hasn't been in the game yet, then it is used. If it has been played, the process repeats itself.
5. Once an "unused" letter is picked, each player begins to fill out the sheet with words (1 per category). The player that completes the whole row, he/she calls, "STOP!" and the game is over.
6. Players go over their words together.
If a category is left blank, the score for that category is, 0.
If a word was used by more than one player for the same category, the score is 5 (while players who used different words, get a score of 10).
If different words, for the same category, were used by all players, the score is, 10.
If one player only gets a word in a category, and everyone else doesn't, that player gets a score of 15.
7. The winner is the player that accumulates the most points at the end of the game (usually once the sheet is filled).
PLEASE NOTE: you can adjust, change, and play around with the categories according to the levels of your students, and based on specific topics learned.