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Top Trumps: Baby animals

Type: Game

Baby animals is a cute, fun and friendly Top Trumps game with text adapted by Carol Read for primary and lower secondary children learning English. You can download the full pack of cards in our special cut-out-and-keep format now and take a look at FOUR accompanying lesson plans by Carol Read, designed to fully exploit the classroom and language potential of the cards.

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Top Trumps lesson plans

Check out Carol Read’s four comprehensive lesson plans, with step-by-step teacher’s notes and student worksheets, to accompany the Baby animals Top Trumps pack. Each lesson plan has a different focus, designed to fully exploit the classroom potential of the cards:

1. Vocabulary and playing Top Trumps

2. Language, skills and Top Trumps facts

3. Content-based learning

4. Cross-curricular skills

Top Trumps | Baby Animals for IWB

Your favourite card game has now been transformed into a learning product for the interactive whiteboard! The Top Trumps | Baby Animals learning product is the perfect IWB classroom tool for young learners. You’ll be able to play Top Trumps as an interactive game in teams of two or four, or against the computer. And there are four more exciting activities to play too!

 

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Readers' comments (2)

  • My 10 year old student LOVES her baby animals top trumps, in all forms of the game. I highly recommend this for capturing the attention of kids and teaching them some fun vocab.
    (Unfortunately one of the words I have had to teach is "cheat!", but you can't win them all... well, not unless you bend the rules!)

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  • Great for motivation; fantastic content. Am I parochial in wishing that the map of my beloved New Zealand in Lesson 3 was more accurate? the 2011 Rugby World Cup final was not played in mid-ocean but in Auckland, our largest city.

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