Who doesn’t like throwing paper at their classmates? Especially when learning about relative clauses. Conor’s class played a very active game this morning which involved both skill and knowledge. The students were split into teams and everyone had a coloured ball of paper to register their answer with. Then, a target was selected from each team to represent the answers A, B and C.

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After Conor had asked the question, the rest of the class had to throw their ball of paper at the student representing that answer. If they hit their target, they gained the chance to shoot for goal! If they got the ball in the basket, they earned a point for their team. Of course, the students representing the targets had to dodge and weave to avoid getting hit! Everyone loved the game and the chance to let off some steam.

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