## Directions

- Divide your class into groups. (ideally 4 students per group)
- Every student starts with $100 that they will secretly hide in the 9 rooms in their house. They can hide the money however they wish, whether it is evenly divided in all the rooms or all $100 in one room.
- Each group member takes a turn being the thief. (They secretly choose the number of a room to hide in.)
- The other group members ask one question each to the thief about the room: "Is there...?", "Are there....?", "How many...?"
- Then they each guess which room the thief is hiding in.
- If they find the thief, they take $5 from the thief. If they don't find the thief, the thief takes the money from the room that they hid in.

## What You Need

- One scorecard for each student (see the PowerPoint for how to fill out the scorecard)
- One picture of the rooms for each group

Files:

Heads up that a couple of your 100s and 20s are running onto the next like making the numbers confusing. Otherwise, this looks really fun and I can't wait to run it for my students!

@KaterinaSenior Thanks for the heads up! I replaced the font and re-uploaded the PPT. Hopefully that fixes the problem. I hope your students enjoy it :D

Great game, thanks for your work. 20 slides of explaining + maths was too confusing for my students, it made the explanation take abit too long. . .

So I changed this game to Hide and Seek, where the seekers ask "is there a___" to try and find the room the thief is in. I only used the pdf slide. Highly recmmnd it if you want to make a 15-20min group game