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Instructions for QQT Cards Here are the instructions for using QQT (Quiz, Quiz, Trade) cards  (apologies to those who already know about these). The game is so  simple but the children seem to love it.  1. Give out the cut-up QQT cards (ideally laminated) – you need  one per child and a few spares if the teacher and any other  adults are playing.  2. The children find a partner and one child from each pair reads  out his/her question - (i.e. Quiz 1). The partner tries to answer  it – clues can be given. If they do not know the answer the  first child can tell them it. (This can be a noisy game as all  children are asking or answering at once!) 3. The second child then reads out his/her question, and the  process is repeated (i.e. Quiz 2) 4. Once both questions are asked and answered the children swap  cards (i.e. Trade) and then put up their hands to find a new 
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