Here you can download the game board resources for our ‘Fly Around Europe’ game. You will also need some playing counters and a way to generate random coordinates. We used green and red cards with numbers of coordinates on them, but a spinner would probably be better.
Today three pupils from Sherborne Primary went to Cheltenham to share two of their project games with a selection of maths subject leaders from various Gloucestershire schools.
They had a great time explaining the rules and then seeing how challenging the games were for the teachers – especially testing their geographical knowledge!
Take a look a some of the pictures below and, if you are a teacher (or pupil), feel free to download copies of the games attached.
The last level 4 game board has been edited from the previous version. Please download this latest version.
Please note that the ‘level’ is not an old assessment level, but just a way to describe that one is more challenging than another. You will need to look at them. You will also need sets of digit cards 1-9 printed in different colours. Answer grids will be published shortly.