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CHOOSE OR LOSE

PLAY

You start the game with 50 points. Each question has 2 to 4 answers. Select the correct answer before your time runs out to score points. Right answers are +10, wrong answers are -2, out of time is -5.

This is a timed game. Your final score is equal to the total score minus time taken.

This is a timed game. Your final score is equal to the total score minus time taken.

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Game: CHOOSE OR LOSE

Aim: Choose the right answer; beat the clock

Method:

You start the game with 50 points. Each question has 2 to 4 answers. Select the correct answer before your time runs out to score points. Right answers are +10, wrong answers are -2, out of time is -5.

This is a timed game. Your final score is equal to the total score minus time taken.

Count up in steps of 4

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'Count up in steps of 4' for 2nd grade

2nd grade / Counting / In steps of 4 (0 to 50) / Count up in steps of 4

Counting in steps of 4 means adding 4 to a number each time you count. This is a great way to practice your addition skills and learn about patterns. When you count in steps of 4 from 0, you are also finding the numbers in the 4 times table. Look at the list below.

- 0 (this is our starting point)
- 0 + 4 = 4 (we've added 4 to 0)
- 4 + 4 = 8 (another 4 added to make 8)
- 8 + 4 = 12 (another 4 added to make 12)

You can continue adding 4 to the last number to build up the 4 times table.

The 4 times table up to 10 is:

1 x 4 = 4, 2 x 4 = 8, 3 x 4 = 12, 4 x 4 = 16, 5 x 4 = 20,

6 x 4 = 24, 7 x 4 = 28, 8 x 4 = 32, 9 x 4 = 36, 10 x 4 = 40

This topic requires you to supply the missing number or the next number in lists that count up in steps of 4. There is one missing number in the missing number lists. The lists count up as far as 52. An example missing number question is:

Question : 16, 20, ▢, 28, 32 Answer : 24

The answer is 24 because 20 + 4 = 24 (and 28 - 4 = 24).

An example next number question is:

Question : 4, 8, 12, 16, .. Answer : 20

The answer is 20 because 16 + 4 = 20 (and 5 x 4 = 20).

With our Choose or lose math game you will be practicing the topic "*Count up in steps of 4*" from 2nd grade / Counting / In steps of 4 (0 to 50). The math in this game consists of 18 questions that ask you to count up in steps of 4 through 50 using whole numbers.

Select the correct answers to the elementary math problems before the clock counts you out

Our CHOOSE OR LOSE game is a simple activity to help elementary math learners and will improve the speed at which you can solve problems in the given topic. It does not rely on the learner typing in the answer. Rather, the learner must choose the correct answer from a list of 2, 3 or 4 similar answers.

GAME

GRADE

CATEGORY

TOPIC

SCORE

1st grade

Shapes

3D shapes by name

12.92

1st grade

Shapes

Identify 3-dimensional shapes

83.54

5th grade

Fractions

Mixed to top-heavy

53.75

2nd grade

Counting

Count up in steps of 4

88.02

2nd grade

Division

Division using bus stop method

86.90

2nd grade

Division

Division using bus stop method

95.13

2nd grade

Division

Division using bus stop method

91.95

2nd grade

Division

Division using bus stop method

90.25

2nd grade

Division

Division using bus stop method

85.12

2nd grade

Division

Division using bus stop method

82.63

CHOOSE OR LOSE encourages faster problem-solving for common and vital elementary math topics. CHOOSE OR LOSE is a timed game with a leaderboard for each topic at each of the 4 levels on offer. You can play the game with or without audio and robots.

UXO * Duck shoot * The frog flies * Pong * Cat and mouse * The beetle and the bee

Rock fall * Four in a row * Sow grow * Choose or lose * Mix and match

'Count up in steps of 4' for 2nd grade

Our ** CHOOSE OR LOSE game** asks the learner to click on the correct answer from a selection of possible answers before the clock runs down.

- Click on PLAY to start.
- You are presented with a topic question, then a list or grid of 2 to 4 possible answers (depending on the topic you have chosen).
- You must select the correct answer by clicking on it before the clock counts down.
- You have 10 seconds in total to answer each question.
- The clock starts ticking down 5 seconds after the answers have appeared.
- To hear the question again, click / tap on the question box.
- The browser will speak the potential answers on rolling-over them.
- A correct answer gains you 10 points.
- A wrong answer loses you 2 points.
- A time-out loses you 5 points.
- A score is kept of correct answers against number of answers.
- The game is timed, and your final score (points earned minus time taken) is given at the end of the game. Top 10 scores for a topic get you a place on the leaderboard.

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