In the final lesson of the week, the children used their multiplication knowledge to play a multiplication game. The children got into pairs. They took turns to roll a dice. The number on the dice decided the number in the left column. They rolled the dice again and this number decided the number in the right column. Then they multiplied the two numbers together—covering the answer on the grid with a counter. The first player to get four counters in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal line was the winner!