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The 10 Line Winter Olympics Squares is another one of our unique office pools, where you will be using the number of medals won by the country of your choice. It is perfect for a small group of people. This pool is similar to our Winter Olympics Squares with 100 boxes. The print-out below gives you the option to run 3 different pools on one page. To run this pool, have the participants write their name on the line or lines of their choice. Once the 10 lines are filled up you will randomly draw the numbers 0-9 placing them in the boxes on the grid. Full instructions on running this pool are available at the bottom of this page. Also checkout our Printable Winter Olympics Schedule!


Printable 10 Line Winter Olympics Squares


How to run a 10 Line Winter Olympics Square Pool

Step 1
Print a copy or copies of the pool from above and have the participants write their name on the line of their choice. If you don't have exactly 10 people, you can use 5 people with 2 squares each or you can allow some participants to have more squares than others. Keep in mind, you are able to run 3 different pools on each printout.


Step 2
Place the numbers 0 through 9 in a hat and draw one number at a time. Place the numbers in the boxes starting at the top box and working your way down. The numbers in the boxes will represent the number of medals won by a particular country.


Winning the Pool

There are a couple of different ways to run this pool:

 

1. Write 3 different country names in the spaces provided on the sheet. After the olympics is complete, total the number of medals won by each country and use the last digit of that number to find a winner.

Example: The USA wins 10 Gold medals, 7 Silver and 12 Bronze. The total medals won is 29. The person's name beside the number 9(last digit of 29) would be the winner.


2. Another option is to use the sheet from above and have each of the three 10 line cards represent a medal from a single country. So, the Blue card will represent Gold Medals, the Green Card Silver and the Red Card Bronze.

Example: We are using the USA for the whole card, and the same example as above: The USA wins 10 Gold medals, 7 Silver and 12 Bronze. You would find the number 0(last digit of 10) on the blue card, the number 7 on the green card, and the number 2(last digit of 12) on the red card. The person's name beside each of those numbers is the winner!