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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Game making!

 

 

This term we have been learning about toys.  We have made our own board games.  We included, a square that each player had to stop at, to answer either an English question or a Maths questions.  We then played them with our friends.  They were lots of fun.

"I liked that the games were all colourful" said Lily

Maanyog thought "The games were brilliant because they werent too complicated"

     

   

 

  • maanyog 3 months ago
    They games are so colourful they look like 6 rainbows indoors(inside)

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