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28th September 2012 at 01:00

Fun and games

- Gemraroloz has shared a "guess who" game using cartoon and film characters. Pupils must describe a character without saying their name. It is a great reward for good behaviour or way to help pupils construct descriptive sentences. bit.lyguessingfun


- Fifty years after the Cuban Missile Crisis, introduce young children to Berlin and the fall of the wall with a BBC Class Clips - MFL video introducing icons such as the Berlin Wall and the Brandenburg Gate. bit.lyberlintour. For upper primary, follow the main events of modern American history with Myrras's images - great for displays. bit.lyUStimeline


- Bring autumn to life with song, using lyrics adapted from popular nursery rhymes. bit.lyTESautumn.

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