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Our Numbers

Age 5 to 7 Challenge Level:

Jacob and James from Fishergate Primary School played this game using our interactive spinners.
 
Using spinners $1-6$ and $0-9$ we tried to see who would win if one was even and one was odd. The odds won as we got these numbers.
 
Numbers
25
32
29
35
54
52
55
22
35
51
11

 Then we found out the $3$ times table beat the $5$ times table.
 
Numbers
29
51
22
36
26
51
11
54
23
26
37
10
69
24

Someone else wrote in to tell us that they found that broad sets work well if you have to get one but narrower sets work better if you want to get them all. Jacob and James then tried different spinners.
 
 spinner
We did numbers more than $20$ and numbers less than $20$. Numbers more than $20$ won because there are four tens on the left spinner that would work but there are only two tens that would work for less than $20$.
 
Numbers
37
24
38
14
14
28
11
30
23