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People Who Help Us Counting Game

People Who Help Us Counting Game

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A fun ‘people who help us’ themed counting game. Travel around London as either a doctor, paramedic, postal worker, mechanic or a firefighter and earn gold stars for every person you help. The winner is the player who has the most gold stars when everyone reaches the end of the board.

This game is designed to promote basic counting skills in a fun and engaging way. It could be used in conjunction with one of our dice and spinner resources.

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  1. Bethany jack

    Great resource

  2. Margaret Scott

    This is a really useful website

  3. Penpot

    Great resource

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