If I am not available to take your call, you can always leave a message on my answer machine and I will get back to you as soon as I possibly can. The Secret Language of Colour Cards are your key to unlocking the extraordinary healing power of colour.
Featuring 45 stunning cards, each infused with its unique healing vibration, and an accompanying guidebook, The Secret Language of Colour Cards will assist you in adding more colour, creativity, joy, peace and balance to all areas of your life. Probably the simplest written code for children to use is one where they substitute numbers 1-26 for the letters of the alphabet. The code my little brother and I confounded our (nonexistent) enemies with was one we called the box code. Here are directions for kids (and maybe a helpful adult) to make a card spy decoder at Frugal Fun for Boys.
Using small images or squiggles to stand for letters is one way kids can create their own code. Kids might like to make it doubly difficult for spies to decipher their words by writing them with invisible ink (lemon juice), or keeping the master code in a locked and cleverly hidden box. If the language games above are too easy for your kids, challenge them with Tutnese or Double Dutch.

Apart from being lots of fun, learning to think cryptically is great training for the brain. If you've enjoyed this post, or any others at The Book Chook, I'd love you to help me spread my literacy, learning and literature ideas by promoting via Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, StumbleUpon, G+ or any other way you decide. By clicking SIGN UP, I acknowledge that I have read and agreed to the Privacy Policy and the Terms of Use. Plus, receive updates about Frances O'Roark Dowell,recommended reads and more from Simon & Schuster. With rebus, you need to use a combination of small images and letters to represent words or syllables of words.
Kids can use a torch or flashlight to send a message with it, or use a sound maker like a flute or even try short taps and longer taps on wood. But it’s a great way for children to use all their skills to communicate without words.
We much preferred it to real Latin, and fondly imagined we drove passers-by crazy by so disguising our dialogue to each other.
One way to introduce children to this kind of sideways thinking, is to teach them how to play games like Hink Pink and My Aunt Likes.

Maybe you know youngsters who want to drive an elder sibling crazy by writing notes they can’t read, or have passers-by look askance as they communicate fluently (and loudly!) in Pig Latin.
I think it’s not only fun, but good brain training to have to visualise a word and change it before speaking. Whatever the motives, codes and cyphers or just speaking gobbledygook have been intriguing we humans for centuries, so why should kids miss out on the fun? Friends can each have a copy of the code or perhaps a secret way of indicating which letter is 1. They add dots to the second and fourth grids, and set the alphabet letters into each grid slot. Older kids might enjoy an encounter with a cryptic crossword, a wonderful puzzle for exercising the brain.
By recording the grid lines and dot (or no dot) near each letter, you get a representation for that letter.

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