An anagram is defined as “A word or phrase formed by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase” and as such you can use any subject matter you like as a theme. In my opinion the best anagrams are those that seem to have a twist or funny meaning to them such as :-

Mother-in-Law becoming  “woman Hitler”.

OR

Clint Eastwood  becoming “old West action”.

They then become the perfect way to present an entertaining as well as challenging table-top round.

Now if you enjoy creating you own anagrams then you could spend many hours compiling a quiz sheet on such topics as “Oscar Winning Film Titles” or “Stars of Soap Operas”. However if you would prefer a shortcut why not try some of the excellent Anagram Generators that can be found on the internet. Here are a couple that I’ve used.

Wordsmith.org

Anagram Genius.

Here are some of my anagram quizzes.

6 Comments

  1. Jussy says:

    Thanks for making these available – great table top quizzes will keep us amused for hours

  2. HAEMISH HOWORTH says:

    THANKYOU VERY MUCH FOR ALLOWING US TO DOWNLOAD THESE. I AM A YOUTHWORKER AND THAT’S WHERE I USE THEM.
    THANKS AGAIN.

  3. Anne says:

    Love Ken’s Quiz site. Very useful for our U3A Quiz/Games Group.

  4. Ray Tortorella says:

    With disgraced Scottish minister ALISTAIR CARMICHAEL in the news for leaking a false report, I came up with this spooky anagram :
    ACH IT’S CLEAR I’M A LIAR
    Went down well with SNP pals on Twitter!

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