– Even More Classroom Games
Following the success of the top-selling Fair Play! the series has been expanded to include even more photocopiable games with this new title More Fair Paly – Even More Classroom Games. This follow-on series includes a further forty engaging and purposeful games across two books.
Each game acts as a reinforcement for a number of basic literacy, numeracy or general social skills. However, the main focus is to help students to practise the skills of turn-taking, fair play, and being a good competitor through a safe, structured and fun learning context. Some games are very simple while others are more challenging. All games have been trialled in the classroom.
Each book in this follow-on series also contains twenty photocopiable games. Each game comes with an ‘Instructions Page’ (for copying and laminating) and a ‘Player Page’. Very few additional resources are required, just dice and counters.
The books are ideal for use with students who have special learning needs or who need particular support to develop social skills. They can also be used with mainstream students in the junior school.
More Fair Play! Book A contains games 41 to 60 and includes the following games: Drop and Make; Join the Club; A Spell of Cricket; Scrabble Squeeze; Word-making Wizard; Lonely Letter; Word for Word; C is for Clue; The More the Better; Words Every Which Way; Spell, Dodge, Kick-Goal; Grow your own Grid; Top of the Class; Quizzical Noughts and Crosses; Jazzy Jets; Up the Ladder; Netball Know-all; Word Magic; Across and Down; Estimating.
More Fair Play! Book B contains games 61 to 80 and includes the following games: Drop and Count; A Patchwork of Primes; Three Times; Big Little Ones; Maths Ball; Squared; Century Plus One; Adding up the Facts; Tossing and Times-ing; Gone Fishing; Scavenger Hunt; All in a Row; Square-sketching Showdown; Counter Cunning; Three-handed Pictures; Best X or Wise Y; Skittles in the Dark; Great Grids; Percentage Plays; Is the Price Right?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Peter Clutterbuck has been a prolific author of educational texts for many years. As a practising and wholly committed classroom teacher, he has been able to collect tried and tested activities and create and trial interesting new exercises that have proved to be not only educationally successful but also eagerly anticipated and enjoyed by both students and teachers. Peter’s books are always practical and user-friendly. The activities challenge students and generate an enthusiastic desire for learning.