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Essen/Food Board Game Year 9
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Essen/Food Board Game Year 9

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German Food Board Game NEED: Dice Counters (Can use rubbers, coins or whatever they have on them!) INSTRUCTIONS: Roll dice and land on a German Food word. They must translate the word correctly to stay on that spot, otherwise they must move back to their previous spot. If they land on a ? they must translate the English word into German. IDEAL FOR: Years end of topic in year 8 or 9. SIDE NOTE: I made mine on A3 and played it in groups of 2 or 3.
Alphabet Donut Lettering Colouring In Pages
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Alphabet Donut Lettering Colouring In Pages

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A-Z donut alphabet lettering/colouring in pages in a 26 page PDF file for use as colouring in pages or lettering. Print them out for display work or use digitally for learning and practise. A good time filler/early morning activity to show different ways a letter can present.
Numbers 1-10 Donut Lettering/Colouring In Pages
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Numbers 1-10 Donut Lettering/Colouring In Pages

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Numbers 1-10 in donut alphabet lettering/colouring in pages in a 10 page PDF file for use as colouring in pages or lettering. Print them out for display work or use digitally for learning and practise. A good time filler/early morning activity to work on number formation, how to write the number and how many it represents.
Board Game - Les opinions sur l'école
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Board Game - Les opinions sur l'école

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French Board Game - Les opinions sur l’école/le college NEED: Dice Counters (Can use rubbers, coins or whatever they have on them!) INSTRUCTIONS: Roll dice and land on a square. They must translate the phrase correctly to stay on that spot, otherwise they must move back to their previous spot. If they land on a ?, their partner must ask them one of the opinion questions. Answer correctly or quickly to move forward. IDEAL FOR: End of topic in year 8 or 9. SIDE NOTE: I made mine on A3 and played it in groups of 2 or 3.