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The Price is Right -- Deal or No Deal -- teaching numbers and fun!

Use these games to teach numbers/prices. Who is the best shopper in the class? Play in groups/teams with whiteboards for guessing the price. Also, for points use a bag of money for excitement!

One is the emart version - korean won
Two is the ehyundai online shopping version - korean won
Three is the ToysRus - American dollar version

Deal or no deal is played in two teams. One team is the banker, the other the "guest". Whatever amount the 1st guest agrees to -- the other team must beat the second round when it is reversed. Really can promote negotiating skills! Also try the online Price is Right game in our Arcade!

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Here is a "hot" Price is Right. Using the Big Mac Index Here and Here - students must guess at the price in USD of a big mac in selected countries. Also guess the country and bonus questions...

Also visit this slideshow for a nice comparison of how much selected families around the world spend on food! Also, in our A/V player is a nice video in the Small World folder about food around the world...
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Here is an updated version of the eMart Price is right game for Korean students. All prices in won.
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I have to say these games are ace for little kid i try it with high school but it;s harder to entertain them but there still really great fun!!!
Here is some play money that can be photocopied, "crumpled" and put into a big bag. Students or groups that win a point, can reach in and pick out a bill. Others can ask - How much did you get? At the end of the game, the students/group with the most amount of money win!

An easy way to put an element of chance into the game + keep point tallying simple!
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Hi Dave:  Don't you have the Monopoly game as well somewhere?

Yes, that's in our traditional board game section. HERE.

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