Grid reference game

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A large grid with images that can be used to encourage children to learn about grid references. Eg: What is in square A3 or which square is the house in etc. I enlarged mine on the photocopier and colored/laminated it but it would work just as well in it's black and white format. Has also been used as the basis for a homework activity with another class (they enjoyed having the grid to color themselves once questions completed).Now updated and grid reference numbers in the right place - thank you for pointing my mistake out. I don't know what I was thinking!

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July 2016
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January 2016
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May 2012
Excellent!!
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February 2011
Wonderful. Thanks for saving me time!
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October 2010
Thanks for a quick fire end to a lesson.
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March 2010
Thanks for this. Can adapt it by changing the pictures to suit our topic.
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November 2009
It is easy to move the numbetrs to the other side, thanks for sharing!
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March 2007
Lovely idea and cute pics! Thanks!
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August 2006
The Grid ref problem is easily solved. Used this last term... kept the darlings amused for a long time!!
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June 2006
love the idea, but think the grid references are supposed to be along the bottom and up the left - but thanks anyway, will definitely come in handy x