A third addition to our ideas for the classroom that have come from the television program 'Taskmaster'.
This time, linked to English, and grammar in particular. Watch the video below:
The task set was along the lines of, "Place the gym balls on the yoga mat that's on top of the hill. While most contestants carried the balls up the hill to the mat, Richard Osman went up, brought the mat down and then place the balls onto it: balls on the mat that (was) on top of this hill. Room for interpretation in the prepositional phrase? Greg Davies thought so.
Can you set you children a similar task and look for scope within the prepositional phrases involved to carry out the task in 'their own way'?