With Jane and Joanne
Each player takes six cards from the stack of cards and uses them to make two 3-digit numbers. The idea is for students to create two numbers with as large a spread as possible between them.
- Player 1 draws six cards and creates the two numbers 122 and 863.
- Player 2 draws six cards and creates the two numbers 113 and 976.
After players have made their numbers, they turn over three more cards from the stack.
The players turn over the cards 9, 2 and 5 to create the number 925.
- Player 1 does not score a point because the number 925 falls outside the range of his two numbers, 122 and 863.
- Player 2 earns a point because the number 925 falls inside the range of her two numbers, 113 and 976.
Play continues until one player has a specific number of points (for example, 10 points), or until time runs out.
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