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Analysing board games

We have started a new DT unit where we will be designing a new educational board game for younger children. This ties into our IT where we have been creating computer based maths games using scratch. As part of the unit, we will need to consider a brand and logo for our  products too.

This afternoon we carried out some marked research by looking at some games that we had in the classroom. We analysed how they were made, the purpose, what children could learn from playing and what we could learn from it to transfer to our own designs, 

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