In project maths we have been trailing our own game boards that is called win at the fair. Our first lesson we had to play a game board that the teachers had made for us and in the game, the school lost money and this is how we figured that out.
Then we got into the maths, we got to make our own game boards.
We got told some words that would make people play our games but the one word that stood our for me was enticing. It stood out for me because i wanted to make people play, so i would earn money. My game board wasn’t that enticing at first, until the class had a great idea. We would put $100 or higher on our board, so it would make people think they could win that much money but we put a little twist to it. We put the highest number at the bottom because when you play the game you can’t reach the bottom of the board because we made it so 4,5,6,7,8,9 ,10,11 only go up. Then we put 2,3,12 on the side because the are the hardest to role.
This is my first and second game boards:
After we trailed our last game board and we think it was enticing, we went onto maths300. We went onto maths300 to if we would earn money, witch i did. It costs $1.00 to play each game and we played four rounds to if anyone got the highest price.
This was my first game: This was my second game:
This is what an in enticing game looks like. As you can tell i didn’t get that good of money
The good thing about this round nobody got on my second try but i kept going.
$500 and only one person got $100.
My third and fourth go:
On my third go, i did great and i got really But then i went down hill again but
exited because my game board was the average payout was $0.72
working. witch i’m happy with.
I hope you enjoyed my reflection on what we have been doing the past few weeks in project maths and if you would play my game board.