# What are the countdown numbers?

## What are the countdown numbers?

Numbers round. The contestant in control chooses six of 24 shuffled face-down number tiles, arranged into two groups: 20 “small numbers” (two each of 1 through 10), and four “large numbers” of 25, 50, 75, and 100. Some special episodes replace the large numbers with 12, 37, 62, and 87.

## How do you play countdown in the classroom?

Introduction

- Teach the students the difference between vowels (a,e,i,o,u) and consonants (other letters in the alphabet).
- Teach them the following structure:
- Elicit 9 letters from the students.
- Set a time limit for the students.
- Start the clock.
- When the time has finished ask students to say how long their word is.

**Are all countdown numbers possible?**

Some say that only numbers range 101-999 are generated (which are the rules in the French variant), and other say that any three digit numbers is possible. Also, there can only be one each of the larger numbers. If all four of the large numbers are taken then it’s assured that { 25 , 50 , 75 , 100 } will occur.

**How do you score the numbers round in countdown?**

Numbers round Points are awarded for the closest solution, and again both contestants score if the solutions are equally close. 10 points are given for an exact answer, 7 points for a non-exact solution up to 5 from the target, and 5 points for a solution between 6 and 10 from the target.

### How do you play countdown on Zoom?

Countdown. You’ll need a set of the Countdown Letters Card Game for this one, but all you need to do is get someone to pick vowels or consonants while you draw the cards (and place them so everyone can see them on the screen) then set your timer and you know the rest – longest word wins!.

### How many rounds are in a countdown?

The two contestants in each episode compete in three disciplines: ten letters rounds, in which the contestants attempt to make the longest word from nine randomly chosen letters; four numbers rounds, in which the contestants must use arithmetic to make a random target number from six other numbers; and the conundrum, a …

**How do you play countdown at home?**

The Letters Game

- Split a bag of Scrabble tiles into vowels and consonants.
- Nominate a Carol (or Rachel)
- The contestant calls out ‘vowel’ or ‘consonant’.
- Repeat until you have 9 letters.
- Set a 30 second timer.
- The contestants now find the longest word they can from the 9 letters.

**How many points is a 9 letter word on Countdown?**

Each of the nine letters can be used only once when compiling words. If a nine letter word is achieved the score is doubled to eighteen points. If more than one player has the joint longest word then these players all score.

## How do you play lockdown bingo on Zoom?

How to play Bingo over Zoom

- Step 0: Create a new Zoom meeting and invite everyone to it.
- Step 1: Head over to the Bingo card generator using this link and then select the number of cards you want to generate.
- Step 2: Now click on ‘Generate Cards’ to get the Bingo cards for your game.

## How do you score countdown?

The scoring system is as follows:

- 10 points for reaching the target exactly.
- 7 points for getting within 5 of the target, higher or lower. For example 765 or 775 for a target of 770.
- 5 points for getting within 10 of the target. For example 760 or 780 for a target of 770.

**What are the numbers in the countdown game show?**

A detailed description is given on Wikipedia: Countdown (Game Show) For example: The contentant selects 6 numbers – two large (possibilities include 25, 50, 75, 100) and four small (numbers 1 .. 10, each included twice in the pool). The numbers picked are 75, 50, 2, 3, 8, 7are given with a target number of 812.

**Is there a game solver for Countdown Conundrum?**

The letters game solver is also useful for solving the Countdown Conundrum and the Teatime Teaser.

### How is figurative language like a dance routine?

Figurative language refers to language that contains figures of speech, while figures of speech are the particular techniques. If figurative speech is like a dance routine, figures of speech are like the various moves that make up the routine. It’s a common misconception that imagery, or vivid descriptive language,…

### Which is an example of the use of figurative language?

Visceral affect: Because figurative language can both impact the rhythm and sound of language, and also connect the abstract (say, love) with the concrete (say, a rose), it can help language make an almost physical impact on a reader.