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snakes and ladders

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Last updated 28 September 2014, created 13 March 2008, viewed 17,936

family a la famille simpsons. either use as a planary or laminate and play in pairs laminate and use in pairs. pupils work in pairs with 1 dice between 2 and 1 counter each in different colours. first pupil throws dice- if for example they throw a 2 they would say for example la soeur, le frere e More…tc. depending on what the picture is on picture 2.. or j’ai un frere qui s’appelle Bart or j’ai un frere qui s’appelle Bart. Ila douze ans etc. you could differentiate it according to the level of your students…. the counter would then stay on that picture. The next pupil would throw the dice and do the same thing . If you are on number 2 and throw a 3 for example you would move forward to square number 5 etc. If you throw the dice and land on the bottom of the ladder you go up and if you land on a square with a snake you go down to the bottom. I f you don’t know how to play I can guarantee your pupils will!! First one to reach the end wins.. EASY!!!

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Just what I was looking for :) Thanks

from cloudgazer, 28 September 2014
(report comment) 5 out of 5

This is great - thank you for sharing.

from Bayments, 31 July 2013
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Superb. Thanks for sharing - just what i needed to get the children speaking!

from gereco73, 30 January 2010
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Fantastic!. This is great! Thanks! This will be great for my Y7s!

from chillypenguin4, 10 November 2009
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excellent resource!. This looks fantastic and i can certainly use it!! You have saved me heaps of time, thanks!

from rachelheer, 12 August 2009
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