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'Smarties'
idea contributed by Jane Rawlinson

Jane writes:"Smarties are handy for colours. You need to check first that no-one is allergic – handy to have a few white choc buttons or mints just in case.

Introduce the colours then finish off the lesson with the Smarties game. Tip a Smartie into the lid in your hand making sure no-one sees. Children then have to guess...

Devine la couleur!

Le bonbon est bleu?

Non! Ce n’est pas bleu!

They must listen to the others to improve their chance of winning (and eating) the Smartie.

I have used this with lots of different age and ability groups with a high retention of vocabulary."




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