In Chapters Three and Six, Alice figured out how these codes and ciphers work—and now you can, too. Follow these instructions and share them with your friends so they can solve your codes.
To use this super simple cipher, just write words in reverse (backwards).
For example: ROMEO THE PIG as a Backwards Cipher is GIP EHT OEMOR.
Pig Latin can be written but is usually spoken (and sounds very silly!). Here’s how it works:
Invented by Samuel B. Morse, the Morse code was first used in 1837. Letters of the alphabet are written as a combination of dots and/or dashes. Put a / (a slash mark) in between the letters of words to separate them. Here’s the alphabet so you can write your own Morse code messages:
For example: TOODLES in Morse code becomes -/—/—/-••/•-••/•/•••