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Card games are a fun way for children to learn maths, strategy and social skills. In this short series of blogs we will look at different fun games you can play at any time.
This game develops number recognition, the naming of suits and cards, memory skills and concentration.
Take out the Ace, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of hearts and spades from a pack of cards.
Shuffle these 10 cards and then lay them out, face down in a random pattern.
In the latest instalment of the "Day in the Life" series of blog posts, EBU Competitions Administrator & Selection Committee Secretary Louise Crisp describes her typical work day:
I wake up at 7:30am, while having breakfast I like to catch up with the daily news and have a snuggle with my cat Jess on the sofa. I leave my house at 8:45am to make the 5-minute journey to the office in Aylesbury.
With many clubs returning to face-to-face bridge in clubs and halls across the country, now is a great time to invite new members to your club. Tunbridge Wells Bridge Club are also taking advantage of their town's Heritage Day to coincide with the Tunbridge Wells Open Day, on Saturday 10th September.
In a rash moment I promised a list of restaurants for you to book your post bridge meals. N.B., they are in order of mention in my various blogs, and I haven’t eaten at all of them.