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For this example the postcards could read: ‘odd numbers’; ‘even numbers’; ‘even multiples of five’; ‘odd multiples of five’; ‘multiples of four’. ’ or similar, whereupon everyone must stand still and listen to the instructions. A card is chosen at random and read out. On picking out, say, ‘odd numbers’, the caller decides whether to say ‘odd numbers only are running’ or ‘no odd numbers running today’. Immediately, the players must go to an appropriate stop. Any player not at a bus stop after a given time is out.
The caller calls random multiples and dividends. NB – Whichever way the game is played there will be some numbers which can be used either as a multiple or a dividend; in this example, 0, 4, 8 and 12. This is only significant in the lower order tables and can be overcome, if thought necessary, by ruling that only one or two of such numbers are permissible. DIFFEREN TIATION Vary the times table chosen. 18 RESOURCES GROUP SIZE Probability Pack of cards Pairs Shuffle the cards. The players take turns to hold the cards and reveal one at a time.
Remind the children that a short-cut to multiplication by 4 is double and double again. g. ’ Suggestions for doubles: Wings on penguins (or other birds), aeroplanes Eyes on people, snakes, birds, horses Ears on rabbits, giants Hands/feet on people Handles on doors Goalposts on football pitches. Suggestions for quadruples: Legs on elephants (or other four-legged animals), chairs, tables Wheels on cars Prongs on forks Corners/sides on squares/rectangles/parallelograms. e. form a line for leaving at the end of a session in the order of who answers correctly.