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FOUR IN A ROW
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Choose a square and click on it. Click on the correct answer to the question in the box that appears. If you are right the square is replaced by a tick. Continue until you have won 4 in a row...
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Game: FOUR IN A ROW

Aim: To get four symbols in a row

Method:
Choose a square and click on it. Click on the correct answer to the question in the box that appears. If you are right the square is replaced by a tick. Continue until you have won 4 in a row...

How likely is the event?

# 4 IN A ROW game to practice'How likely is the event?' for 6th grade

With our Four in a row math game you will be practicing the topic "How likely is the event?" from 6th grade / Probability / Expressing probability / Expressing probability. The math in this game consists of 16 questions that ask you to decide whether each of the given events is likely, unlikely, certain or impossible.

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

## How to play 4 in a row to practice'How likely is the event?' for 6th grade

1. Select "4 in a row" on the math games selection page.
2. Take a quick look at the method text for 4 in a row.
3. Click on PLAY to proceed, or change your topic with the CHANGE TOPIC button.
4. On the play page you have a grid of 16 pictures (some topic picture are shown multiple times for shorter topics).
5. Click on a picture cell.
6. The topic question will appear along with a series of possible answers.
7. Click the speaker icon to hear any particular answer (Speech enabled browsers only).
8. Click the answer that corresponds to the picture question.
9. If you are correct, the picture will be replaced by a tick - otherwise, a wrong sound will play.
10. Continue matching picture questions to their correct answers until you have completed a line of 4 cells.
11. The line can be diagonal as well as horizontal or vertical.
12. 4 ticks in a row wins the game.
13. Choose an option from the green sign, or click on games to choose a different game.