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Queen’s Guard Game

by David, 7 March 2019 | 1 comments

Hexagonal board game with chess pieces on it.

Here’s a simple game that can be very tricky to play well. Give it a go, then find out why it’s such a challenge.

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Nine Men’s Morris Game

by David, 30 October 2015 | 0 comments

Lots of counters on the board. A piece slides from one intersection to an adjacent one.

Learn the ancient (and very fun) game of Nine Men’s Morris.

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Party food database Activity

by David, 17 September 2013 | 0 comments

Several sheets of paper in a stack. they all have holes down the edge. there are three skewers going through different holes.

Trying to keep track of your recipes? Here’s a handy trick to keep things in order with a paper database. You will need A spiral bound notebook – if you can get one with thick paper, like a visual diary, this activity will be easier Skewers A pair of scissors Pens Make the database Bend…

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Everything in its right place News

by David, 9 October 2012 | 0 comments

Newroz Venn diagram

Do you own a dog? Do you ride a bike to school? Do you have black hair? Each of these questions divides people into two groups – you either have a dog, or you don’t.

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