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PE

Published on February 5th, 2013 | by What2Learn

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Interactive football-themed learning game

Complete with up to date kits and new players from the January 2013 football transfer window, this new interactive learning game provides a great tool for helping students learn a wide range of information.

Play as one player or compete against somebody else, on a computer or interactive whiteboard. Select two of the English Premiership’s best supported football clubs and prepare for kick off! You will need to answer the quiz questions quickly and accurately in order to win the ball, keep possession and attack your opponent’s goal.

Football learning game

The text-based commentary will even keep you informed of every piece of action in the match, from last-ditch tackles to fantastic goals.




Sample Game: Bones in the human body

There are 206 bones in the adult human body. If you are studying GCSE PE don’t worry – you don’t need to know them all, just the main ones! This game will test your knowledge of such bones including the cranium, mandible, ribs, tibia, fibular and more.

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Enjoyed this game? You can make your own interactive learning games by signing up for a premium What2Learn account or by ‘liking’ our Facebook page where you will be able to download more games to add your own quiz questions to.

Alternatively, register for a free or premium account with What2Learn to gain access to thousands of interactive learning games covering most subject areas. All accounts come with a range of in-built rewards to keep children engaged in their learning for longer.


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