"As indicated on the cover, this book contains ten thousand medium Spellrex puzzles designed to improve your IQ. Spellrex puzzles are missing letter word games; there are blanks indicating the missing letters. The goal is to find the missing letter(s) and complete the word. Each page in this book contains 40 puzzles and can have from one to four solutions, depending on the level of difficulty. Puzzles are classified by level, from easy to expert.Answers are in reverse order at the bottom of each page. How to Use This Book This book of Spellrex puzzles was created with the objective of providing educators, students, and adults with puzzles to stimulate the mind and provide enjoyment. The puzzles are not hard: they do not need long, complicated directions with many examples. One of the benefits of Spellrex puzzles is their entertainment value. So try the methods for solving we have provided for you, or discover one of your own. Either way, the tenthousand puzzles provided are sure to give you days of challenging fun. Whom Spellrex Puzzles Are For Educators and Students Spellrex puzzles can increase vocabulary and improve students? spelling skills. There are always new words to learn as you stretch your mind finding the missing letters to fill in the blanks. Spellrex puzzles also strengthen word recall and improve memory. Seniors According to the Alzheimer's Association, ?. . . higher levels of education appear to be somewhat protected against Alzheimer's, possibly because brain cells and their connections are stronger."Spellrex puzzles can keep the brain alert and active. Everyone Whatever your age, education level, or ability, Spellrex puzzles can benefit you with their entertainment value and the ability to influence your IQ.How to Solve Spellrex PuzzlesLearning how to solve Spellrex puzzles quickly and successfully takes some practice. Your mind searches for patterns. When you encounter a Spellrex puzzle, your mind immediately begins trying to fill in the blanks with the missing letters. You can use the following methods if you find the solution not readily apparent."