An challenging co-operative game which could also be a stimulus for discussion.
PEOPLE USE GAMES for all sorts of reasons. To focus pupils attention, to provide an analogy for some aspect of conduct in an enquiry, to liven people up, to get people to have a bit of fun together or to create an atmosphere of cordiality in a group. Most of the games can be adapted to work with different age groups but some might be better with older children.
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A warm-up game for concentrating and keeping focus.
An amusing game that allows you to introduce or reinforce the meaning of the word 'consequence'.
A game that provides an alternative way of getting children into groups without fuss.
An enjoyable game of exaggerated movements to develop concentration and conviviality.
An enjoyable game to develop conviviality in a group.