Divide into pairs. Decide who is A and who is B. A should begin counting to 100 and back to 0 by any given number. While counting, B tries to get A off the track by talking to them, asking questions, etc. If asked a question A must answer and continue counting. If A messes up, she/he must start again. When A is successful, switch and begin again with B counting.
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