# Math and Science Night, Plinko - Eric Johnston Jen...

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Eric Johnston, Jen Szymanski, Mary Ann Thomas “The Price is Right” – All Plinko! Intro: To play “The Price is Right”- All Plinko with Bob Barker you need to split into three or four teams. Each team will work together to solve math problems. Each problem will be on the other side of the gym though! Your group gets a minute to get it and solve it before the time runs up. For each correct choice your team will receive a Plinko chip. At the end of the game each team will drop its Plinko chips into the board. Whichever slot they fall into corresponding point values will be given to the teams. Be warned, the board is not a straight drop! Materials: (1) - Plinko board (20) - Plinko chips (15x5) - Index Card Equations (1) - Stopwatch Scrap paper and pencils. NO CALCULATORS ALLOWED! Directions and Rules: 1. Students and parents will split into groups of four. 2. Each team will chose a captain, when the whistle is blown, the captain will run

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