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This PDF includes the rules for a game where children have to identify materials that they can’t see.
One child gets to touch the object, while the rest of the class ask scientific ‘yes or no’ questions like ‘is the object rough?’ and ‘does it have edges and corners?’ until they have identified the object.
It also includes worksheets for them to draw what they think the object looks like, and write descriptive words about it.
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