Why do this problem?
is suitable for your pupils who can approach hard challenges. It will give them the opportunity to make use of their spatial awareness and their ability to put into action some systems that they think will work. It can also be a useful tool for pupils to learn from their mistakes.
It would be good to have a try at this game yourself first before deciding to present it to the pupils.
Take a dice and show the slow rolling of that dice forwards, backwards, right and left. This can of course be replicated by the first interactivity. The pupil or pupils that you think are ready for this should be invited to explore the changes that take place with these $4$ types of movement.
When they've explored the dice for a while, present the challenge as shown.
What sorts of things have you noticed?
Have you come to any decisions? What are they?
Tell ne about what you've done.
Tell me about what you've decided to do to get a solution?
Explore all the possible moves starting from all the different positions a dice can start from.
Some pupils with poor motor control may need help when exploring with real dice.