'Probability' - This probability game is designed to investigate if the number 7 is 'lucky' or not. While playing this probability game the students are being introduced to statistics and probability. Plus, they may come to discover why some numbers are considered 'luckier' than others.
Vampire Snail Racing - Lucky 7
What you need:
2 players per game
I Vampire Snail game board
6 counters of one colour
6 counters of another colour
2 die for each player (this makes the game a bit quicker)
- One player places their counters on the odd numbered snails. The other player puts their counters on the even numbered snails.
- Place bets on which snail will come first second and third.
How to Play:
1. One player chooses to be odd numbered snails and one person the even.
2. Decide who is going first and pick which snail you think is going to win.
3. Player one throws the dice and adds them together. They then move the counter on the snail with the same number ahead one space.
4. Player two then does the same.
5. Play continues until one of the vampire snails reaches the finish line.
Teaching Tips are also included in this game.
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