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Rebecca Langton

Student Instructions

Number Blockout

Click on the add button. Use the move tool - click on the interactive dice to start them rolling. Click pause and write down the number on the dice. Do this three times. Use the label tool to write down your 3 numbers. Using these numbers write down maths equations using any maths operations that you know. Calculate the answer to the equation. You can only use each number once. Use the move tool to slide the counters onto the number chart covering up the answers to your equations. Read the challenges on each task and try to achieve them. Click on the check tool to add your work to your journal.

6th Grade, 8th Grade, 7th Grade, Math
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This activity is based on the game Numble https://www.thenumble.app/ a daily maths operation game which gives you the answer to the equation, your task is to solve the equation, there is one equation per day. Operations included in Task 4 include square and cubed numbers. This concept could be tricky for some students. Equation answers to Task 4: (5+4)/3 = 3; 5+4-3 = 6; (4x3)-5 = 7; (5-3)x4 = 8; 5x3-4 = 11; 5+3+4 = 12; 4x3+5 = 17; 5x3+4 = 19; 3x4x5 = 60; 4 cubed + 5 = 69 (4 to the power of 3 = 4 x 4 x 4).

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