Please choose a Probability topic to use with this game

We have chosen a first topic for you to use with this game.

Click the GO button to go to the game with that topic.

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Choose your first topic from a list of topics for your age.

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Note : You can change your topic at any time using the Topics button in the top menu.

FOUR IN A ROW

GO this game in 5

Select the first topic you want to use

from our 6th grade topics

from our 6th grade topics

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"Basic linear formulas"

6th grade category 'Probability'

With our Four in a row math game you can practice any of the topics from

6th grade / Probability and have some fun and maybe get your name on our leaderboards...

Four in a row is similar to the paper game "Noughts and crosses" but we have changed it into a one-person math learning / revision game. The aim of the game is to win 4 cells in a row from a grid of 16 cells.

The game will reinforce the math you have chosen to learn by getting you to match the question to the correct answer.

*Notes*

- Do the Math lessons for your topic before playing this game
- Wrong answers are ok, you just have to try again until you get them right
- There is help available for all games by clicking the question mark button

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6th grade category 'Probability'

- Select "4 in a row" on the math games selection page.
- Take a quick look at the method text for 4 in a row.
- Click on PLAY to proceed, or change your topic with the CHANGE TOPIC button.
- On the play page you have a grid of 16 pictures (some topic picture are shown multiple times for shorter topics).
- Click on a picture cell.
- The topic question will appear along with a series of possible answers.
- Click the speaker icon to hear any particular answer (Speech enabled browsers only).
- Click the answer that corresponds to the picture question.
- If you are correct, the picture will be replaced by a tick - otherwise, a wrong sound will play.
- Continue matching picture questions to their correct answers until you have completed a line of 4 cells.
- The line can be diagonal as well as horizontal or vertical.
- 4 ticks in a row wins the game.
- Choose an option from the green sign, or click on games to choose a different game.

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