We have two new Snakes and Ladders games for primary school children of all ages to try, utilising a range of physical and educational activities.
There are two variants of the game which are available to download below, one for pupils in key stage one and another for key stage two students.
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We want youngsters to complete all of the tasks below by Monday to finish the bingo challenge! 👊
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The game provides an educational twist on the classic snakes and ladders game, with children encountering tasks on their way to finishing the game.
There are up to five tasks for children to complete on their way to the finish, using video routines from the BBC Super Movers website, accompanied by quick physical challenges in between.
You can find all of the links to the routines below followed by a list of the physical challenges.
Key stage one:
- Watch and complete the routine on the tell the time Super Movers video.
- Watch and complete the routine on the days of the week Super Movers video.
- Watch and complete the routine on the alphabet Super Movers video.
There are also two additional tasks for key stage one students: design a poster on being healthy, and to create their own football badge, using different colours and shape naming the new team.
Key stage two:
- Watch and complete the routine on the mental addition and subtraction Super Movers video.
- Watch and complete the routine on the spelling rules Super Movers video.
- Watch complete the routine on the solar system Supermovers video
Additional tasks for key stage students are: plan a healthy school menu for a full week, using all the food groups, and to design your a PE lesson, including a warm up, skill challenge and a game.
Download the key stage one game by clicking here.
Download the key stage two game by clicking here.
For more tasks to keep children occupied, there are plenty of other resources which have been provided by Preston North End and Preston North End Community and Education Trust recently, amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Junior supporters of the Lilywhites can design their own Preston North End kit using the template provided here.
In addition, the Trust have already launched a previous Primary Stars game, again providing a range of activities for young children. Check that out by clicking here.