Hugh Sexey Church of England Middle School
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Time for some Top Trumps!

Using your understanding of properties of 3D shapes, we'd like you to make your own Top Trumps game. There's a template linked below that you can either print copies of or draw your own onto plain paper. You'll need to make about 12 cards to be able to play the game properly. 


Once you've finished making your cards, play Top Trumps with a family member. Remember, the person with the highest score for the chosen category gets to keep that card. No arguments! wink