Brain Exercise & cognitive Impairment Test # 96-word game

Exercise Daily and Eat Healthy Foods-

Your brain health is just as important as your physical health.

Cognitive impairment tests for stroke victims and brain exercises for all, including schools.

It is my intention  to post a  total of 100 brain exercises only on this website, some are exercises involving numbers and the others are word games.

Recently I gave someone who is recovering from a serious illness one of my word games; this is someone who is accustomed to doing crossword puzzles daily, so I expected them to complete one of my word games easily. On the contrary they found it difficult.

To reduce the degree of difficulty you must devise a strategy.

The exercise is in two parts.

1. form as many words as you can using the letters posted in the exercise.

2. the letters represent a sentence; Identify the sentence using all the letters posted.


List the different letters posted, starting from left to right, write down all the words you can form beginning with each letter.

In this exercise the letters are -T  L  S  A  E  I  F  B U

When you have exhausted your list of words, (each game gives you the number of words in the sentence); This will take some time; proceed by process of elimination to form the sentence; when you have isolated a word, eliminate the letters that form that word and move on to the next word until you can complete the exercise successfully.

You must use all the words in the exercise.

Word Game # 96

There are 15 letters posted.

The letters represent a three-word sentence.

Part 1, -Form as many words as possible from the 15 letters posted, this will challenge your vocabulary and spelling ability; and give you brain an excellent workout.

Part 2. Identify the 3-word sentence.

You must use all the letters posted.

T  L  S  A E  I  F  L  B  I  U  F  I  U  E

Copyright 2017 Courtney Devonish





  1. A very interesting article, it seems that you are very knowledgeable about the brain and have ways to improve cognitive impairment! Your website also has tons of other content on brain games which is quite amazing. I would advise maybe fixing some of the navigation at the top, and make it easier for people to look through your site. Other then that. Great job.

  2. Thanks for visiting; what I am looking for is an answer to the word game; please try and get back to me; There will be 100 exercises and the drop down listing is the easiest way to navigate that I have found; do you have any suggestions? 

  3. What a great article!! I have been reading alot about all the things one can do with growing the brain and improving cognitive ablities. Almost like I was led to this page. These are really great strategies. How did you come about these strategies? I am 61 and must say my memory in is need of some improvement to say the least. These are new ways to build new neuro pathways. And all the while we were all led to believe there was not much that can be done to improve the brain. Nice work and I will be looking for additions to your site. Thanks for a great post.

  4. Thanks for visiting, I am a former teacher and these exercises were started for my own benefit after a mild stroke in 2013. You can read some of the blogs and reviews on the site; and you can also research foods for improving brain health.Mike did you try to  find the answer to the exercise?

  5. This was a wonderful brain game. Even though I am not recovering from a stroke (I am UCSC College Student), I found this helpful. It is wonderful to know that you are writing 100 brain exercises. It gives people a lot to choose between, so there is always something to keep their mind challenged.

    I do have a question though. Out of all the games you have come up with, which one is your favorite? I look forward to hearing your answer.

    Thank you for sharing and I hope you make it a great day!

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