Just a few ideas:
Watch that handle on the cupboard, it’s loose.
I’ve got a handle on it!
My CB handle is………………
I can handle this!
Handle with care.
Too hot to handle.
I used to play a game with the kids which helped to improve their word power.
The idea was that they chose a nine letter word from the paper or a book then had five minutes (kitchen timer) to get as many words of three letters or more using those letters.
Only rule was no proper nouns or names, though we would allow plurals.
There was a points system of
one point per word,
two points if they had one that somebody else didn’t,
three points if they had a word that us adults didn’t have.
There were prizes too………… I had a large jar of lollipops and the winner got to pick.
What has this got to do with Fandango’s challenge you might ask.
After all, HANDLE is only 6 letters though you can make several words out of it
(had, head, heal, ale, and, den, lend, lea, hen, lah, and of course hand from which handle originates).
Basically it was a way of handling their boredom.