Farm Animals Picture Hotspots

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  • Hi, how do you get the 'hotspots' to work? I've tried a number of these but don't seem to be able to get them to work.

    , Mar 26th
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      , Apr 2nd
    • Good afternoon Jo!
      Thanks for getting back to us. The hotspot activities are in pdf format so you will need Adobe Acrobat (rather than PowerPoint) to view this resource. The best way to get them working is to right click on the pink download button, select a place to save them (for example on your desktop) and then open the pdf from there. However I have checked this resource and the sound doesn't seem to be working for me here so I've asked our lovely Design Team to double check this.

      , Apr 2nd
  • Fantastic, I'll use this with my lesson plan "Farms" with the baby animals and what they eat 

    , Nov 13th
    • Hi yewyew,
      Thank you for your feedback! I'm really glad we could help :)

      , Nov 13th
This fantastic interactive poster features facts and sounds to support teaching about farmyard animals. Click on the 'hotspot' to investigate each animal and the sound they make.


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