Year 5 & 6 Maths: Games of Chance
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Year 5 & 6 Maths: Games of Chance
Chance - Describe probabilities using fractions, decimals and percentages (ACMSP144)
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AEF’s suite of Asia-focused curriculum resources for Mathematics
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Liubo

Liubo

Liubo ( Chinese: 六博; pinyin: liù bó; Wade-Giles: liu po; literally "six sticks") is an ancient Chinese board game played by two players. For the rules, it is believed that each player had six game pieces that were moved around the points of a square game board that had a distinctive, symmetrical pattern.

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Asian Games: The Art of Contest

Asian Games: The Art of Contest | Year 5 & 6 Maths: Games of Chance | Scoop.it

"An ancient Indian game of chance played on a piece of cloth"

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Asian Games: The Art of Contest

Asian Games: The Art of Contest | Year 5 & 6 Maths: Games of Chance | Scoop.it

"An ancient Indian game based on chance and the Hindu religion"

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Nyout (Horses)

Nyout (Horses) is a Korean game dating back to the third century. The game may be played by two, three or four players. The board is a race-track of twenty spaces arranged in a circle.    

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Jan Ken Pon: Rock, Paper, Scissors Japanese Style!

Jan Ken Pon: Rock, Paper, Scissors Japanese Style! | Year 5 & 6 Maths: Games of Chance | Scoop.it
Only the Japanese could turn Rock, Paper, Scissors into a full on sport!
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