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The Price is Right

The children sit on the carpet in front of the whiteboard. The teacher chooses 2 'contestants' to come up to the front and sit with their backs against the board (facing the class). The teacher then writes a number on the board (the teacher must explain the number range- for Grade 1 I use numbers 1-10). The 2 contestants must take turns guessing the number, after each gues the class must respond with either 'more' or 'less'. The person that eventually guesses the correct number wins the game and 2 new contestants are chosen. The difficulty of the game can be changed by extending the number range Grade 3 could be 1-100, Grade 7 1-1000 etc. Source: Marie Curiewww.MarieCurie.biz


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