Day 2: Mystery Cube

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College-Prep Physics: “What’s on the bottom of the cube?” (no peeking!)

I borrowed this idea from Gary Abud’s post The Magic Number Cube Consensus Game. I added yellow and blue colored paper so students had to predict both the color and the number on the bottom of the cube. Also, the numbers are not labeled like a die where the opposite sides add to seven. I think these two changes opened up more possibilities for student responses.

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About Frank Noschese

HS Physics Teacher constantly questioning my teaching.

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