Main Ideas!<br />Idea 1 - The Rubbish Game. <br />Idea 2 – Board Game.<br />
Idea 1‘Rubbish Game’<br />We will place a rubbish bin outside each classroom with their year level printed on it. Which ever class fills up their bin first will win a prize. The bins will then be emptied and the game will start again.<br />Prizes-<br />There will be prizes for the winning class. Some prizes that there might be are:<br />A bag of lollies (or 2 depending on the class size).<br />A can of coke for each class member.<br />A prize box which each student from the winning class can pick out of.<br />A free lesson of whichever the class chooses.<br />YearR/1<br />Year4/5<br />Year6/7<br />Year8<br />Year9<br />Year10<br />Year11<br />Year1/2/3<br />Year12<br />
Idea 2‘Board Game’<br />A teacher will be elected to be the board manager, the board manager will count the amount of rubbish and move the class counter around the board. The students need to present their rubbish to the board manager to be counted. First class to make it around the board wins a prize. The board will be in the front office.<br />Rules –<br /><ul><li>For every 10 pieces of rubbish picked up, the class will move 1 space.
There will be a tally board counting how many pieces of rubbish picked up by each class.
The tally board and game board will be placed in the front office.</li></li></ul><li>THE END<br />
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