Making sense

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By Kay Cliffordpart-time teacher, Ipswich

This game encourages children to build up their vocabulary by using the words on the board to describe various smells, sights, sounds, textures and tastes. It will also develop skills in using phonics and looking for spelling patterns in unfamiliar words, when reading.

The game is ideally suited to children who are already aware of common adjectives – such as nice, horrible, happy, sad, big and little – and who would be able to think of more interesting alternatives.

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