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'Number Games'
ideas contributed by Rosie Hammond

Rosie writes: 'An obvious one for learning numbers is BINGO, using a 3x3 grid.

You can play fizz buzz in French. You have to sit when the teacher says an odd number and stand when she says an even.

You can put the numbers up on one side of the room, form 2 teams, and pairs have to race each other to the other side of the room to touch the number. Whoever gets there first wins a point for the team. This is a good one for a PE warm up.

Similarly revise numbers in another PE warm up by getting them to form un groupe de cinq, or whatever.

Play noughts and crosses (with any subject where you know at least 9 words on the topic). Draw pictures in each of the noughts and crosses squares. The class is divided into 2 teams (noughts or crosses) and then a representative from each team has to chose a word to say, if he/she pronounces it right, they get a nought (or cross ) in that section of the grid.'




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