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Hopefully by now you will have thought of a theme. Maybe you've even started designing your game. 

We can't wait to hear about what types of games you've been inventing!


Today is the day for rules. You will need to come up with your own set of rules for the game so that your target audience will know how to play and to keep it fair.


Try to use some of the instruction writing features that you've learnt about within the English directed learning activities over the last few weeks to help you write a clear set of instructions. 


We've also popped a dice template and some printable counters below should you need them. Why not use this as an opportunity to practise building a net for the dice? Even better, make your own! You don't HAVE to use a dice of course, you are more than welcome to get creative and use whatever you have lying around the house. Just make sure you ask permission before using it as part of your game!


Take a look at today's PowerPoint to guide you through today's activity. We've also linked a sample board game idea below in case you're out of ideas yes