Top Trump Template
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danielwgood

Top Trump Template

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Blank 'Top Trump' style template that can be used throughout the curriculum. My Year 4 class used them for creating Gladiator Top Trumps as part of our Romans topic, however they can be used for everything from describing the properties of shapes in Maths to the features of different countries in Geography.
Exothermic and Endothermic Top Trumps
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Cazipod

Exothermic and Endothermic Top Trumps

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I made these cards to help my BTEC year 10 groups grasp different situations where endothermic and exothermic reaction occur in the 'real world&'. I hope this helps!
Top trumps fraction of amount
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7kingsgate

Top trumps fraction of amount

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All credit to Numberloving website for the template. My pupils just love playing top trumps but couldn't find one in this format so created my own
Top Trumps book characters
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hollyconsidine

Top Trumps book characters

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I used this as an activity for World book day, but can be used in Literacy lesson or a follow up activity in guided reading. Children draw their favourite book character (or the character they have dressed up as) and make an individual Top Trump for this specific character. Under their drawing they then think about which qualities and points their character would have. This resource may also be used to get children to think about the qualities of their own characters in their stories, which they can refer to when describing their characters.
FDP Simpsons Top Trumps
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mrslack_maths

FDP Simpsons Top Trumps

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A game of Top Trumps in which students have to compare test scores for different Simpsons character children. They have to compare between FDP in character's own skills and then across characters in order to trump their opponents. Best played in twos or threes.
Soft Skills Top Trumps
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gogogulliver

Soft Skills Top Trumps

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Soft skills and employability top trumps. Use these to play a game and then examine the questions on the bottom of them. Some people are more balanced than others, and that's deliberate. Highlight that the most important things are resilience and taking feedback. Maybe think about what an employer would do when looking at CVs (after all, job applications are basically top trumps). Examine whether someone's areas for improvement could be reasonably adjusted by the employer or if other factors come into play (if someone has poor social skills because of autism, but excel in many other ways, they're still a very good worker). Stress the importance that these are all skills, so they are things that can be learnt and improved. Nurture that growth mindset!
Completely blank template for top trumps
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gemraroloz

Completely blank template for top trumps

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This is just a simple card shape to design your own top trumps game. It has a series of tables/spaces on them to fill in a name, picture, categories and scores. See my victorian top trumps game to see what you can do with them.
30 Things To Do In Ireland Official Top Trumps - Full Deck
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TopTrumpsOfficial

30 Things To Do In Ireland Official Top Trumps - Full Deck

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Full Top Trumps deck featuring all 30 cards Top Trumps: Assists with numeracy Develops strategic & tactical play Builds knowledge base for special subjects Enhances reading skills Builds concentration levels Encourages interactive play Aids memory and fact finding skills Helps social skills - sharing and taking turns
Storage devices (Top Trumps)
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Wolves_CLC

Storage devices (Top Trumps)

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Overview:This lesson teaches students about the different methods of storage using a variation of the popular game - Top Trumps. Learning Objectives: - Explain the need for secondary storage - Describe common storage technologies such as optical, magnetic and solid state - Select suitable storage devices and storage media for a given application and justify their choice using characteristics such as capacity, speed, portability, durability and reliability
Top Trumps
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ycbc68

Top Trumps

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Learners create a set of top trump cards using the information they have learned about a particular topic (The Maasai Tribe). Learners do not play with their own cards which means encouraging them to try and vary the values.
Animal top trumps cards
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bessoby

Animal top trumps cards

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I made these cards to help my lower ability year 4 but equally they would do to challenge more able KS1 or just use to keep the children thinking and quiet after a maths lesson! They incorporate 3 different groups of numbers, 2 and 3 digit numbers, addition and multiplication. The children need to decide what is the highest value on their card and play their opponent as they would normal top trumps.
Top Trumps
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trumpetrich

Top Trumps

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Group spontaneous speaking activity encouraging Q+A interaction on key topics.
Top Trumps
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cazzie123

Top Trumps

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Top trumps cards of plants and animals that can be used for classification, food webs and a fun starter or concluding activity.
Attacking castles - Top Trumps
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jbenstead1

Attacking castles - Top Trumps

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An idea I adapted from a colleague during my training year. Students come up with their own scores for each medieval weapon and then play the various games. Rules also part of document. Any comments welcome.
Food Top Trumps game
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AnimalAidMark

Food Top Trumps game

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A fun way to learn about nutrition! Pack of 35 cards – each card lists a range of key nutrients for a different food type. The cards, as well as instructions and card sort activities can be downloaded or ordered free from Animal Aid: http://www.animalaid.org.uk/h/n/EDUCATION/resources//1371//
Substitution Top Trumps
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ukmaths

Substitution Top Trumps

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This is a version of top trumps to practice substitution. The rules are the same as top trumps and pupils substitute a = 4, b =2 and c= 5 into the expressions to determine the attributes. Using different values of a,b and c is possible but will change the relative strengths of the animals. This is for KS3 pupils and is always a big hit. The files will need to be printed on card (and ideally laminated) and cut out.