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English Premier League penalty shootout

These games are very popular with pupils. Pupils answer questions in order to take penalties! As there is the option of one or two players, they can be used with individual pupils or groups of pupils. It works particularly well if the class is split into two teams. This game features questions about the Premier League.

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English Premier League team odd one out game

These provide starter and plenary activities that are interactive and get pupils thinking. Pupils have to come and choose what they think are the correct answers from the grid. There will usually be three or four incorrect answers hidden within the grid. In this case pupils must decide which teams are the Premier League teams (2009/10 season).

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Euro 2012 Catch Bubbles

Catch bubble game are an excellent tool for revising keywords. Pupils have to match up keywords with definitions.

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Euro 2012 grade or no grade game

This deal or no deal styled game allows pupils to answer questions and see what grade they can achieve during the game. 

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Euro 2012 Kit and flag activities

There are 2 pages looking at the strips and flags of competing countries. The mark button works at the bottom of each page when the activity has been attempted. 

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Euro 2012 map activities

There are 3 pages of activities linking Geography and Euro 2012. The mark button works at the bottom of each page when the activity has been attempted. 

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Euro 2012 penalty shootout

These games are very popular with pupils. Pupils answer questions in order to take penalties! As there is the option of one or two players, they can be used with individual pupils or groups of pupils. It works particularly well if the class is split into two teams.

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Olympic host country and city match up

In this game, pupils have to match up the correct host city with the correct host city. There is a 60 second time limit. 

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Olympic hosts- guess what game

A taboo style game where 1 pupils has to have his or her back to the board. Pupils then take turns describing Olympic host venues to this person, without using the set of banned key words. 

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Olympic location activities

These are a range of interactive activities for use with an interactive white board or projector. An activity must have been attempted to move onto the next one. There are 3 pages in total. 

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Olympic map activities

These interactive map activities get pupils thinking about the location of previous Olympic Games. There are 3 pages; World countries, European cities and North American Cities. Pupils must attempt each page before the next tab will work for page 2 and 3. The mark button at the bottom works too to assist assessment of the activity.  

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Olympics HoopShoot Game

This basketball style game is a 1 or 2 player quiz, with Geography and the Olympics themed questions. There is also a time challenge game. Ideal for ending a lesson or recapping a previous lesson. 

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Olympics penalty shootout

This Geography and Olympic themed penalty shootout is great to use as a starter or plenary activity. 

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Olympics- host half a min

In this game, pupils need to guess the host countries and cities.

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World Cup 2010 playing or not game

Pupils need to drag the flags of countries that qualified for the 2010 World Cup to the top box, with the Soccer City stadium in it. They need to drag the flags of countries that haven't qualified to the bottom box. There are mark and reset buttons at the bottom to help.

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World Cup kit match up

In this activity pupils have to drag a line from the correct kit to the correct countries. There are two sets of these and when you have completed the kits on the first map, click next for the second map. There are marking, back and reset buttons at the bottom of these pages to help.

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World Cup penalty shootout

These games are very popular with pupils. Pupils answer questions in order to take penalties! As there is the option of one or two players, they can be used with individual pupils or groups of pupils. It works particularly well if the class is split into two teams. This game features questions about the World Cup.

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World Cup winner odd one out game

These provide starter and plenary activities that are interactive and get pupils thinking. Pupils have to come and choose what they think are the correct answers from the grid. There will usually be three or four incorrect answers hidden within the grid. In this game, pupils must decide which countries have won the World Cup.

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