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Choose your own adventure

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Ilovemarmite, Mar 11, 2008.

  1. Does anyone know of any online versions of these style of books? I can only find teenage and adult verions or ones where you have to add your own chapters
     
  2. CosmicStar

    CosmicStar New commenter

    I just looked at the 3rd link above. After 2 choses the answer was "**** u all I'm ending the story" Probably notthe most appropriate site for schools to use! haha
     
  3. Erm....just tried that last link and was presented with the words '**** you all, am closing this game down!"

    Maybe not one to use on an IWB then.....

    I used a cliche site with Year 6 once, and when we entered 'as cold as', the only one that came up, in masive writing, was 'as cold as a witch's tit'!
     
  4. Have just stumbled across this old thread and that has made me laugh so much! Haha!! Can just imagine my Year 6 class' faces if that happened!
     
  5. ^^^^ I am so confused by where that apostrophe should go! :s
     
  6. I loved those books as a child. Seemed to end up dying a lot.
     

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