for the Summer NRICH Maths Club Video-conference. You and I play a game involving successive throws of a fair coin. Let H and T denote heads and tails. Ask all of the children to stand in a circle around you as you flip the coin. Ask how many children think the coin will land heads up. Those children will sit down after. The world's most stylish coin toss application. Heads or tails? Make decisions by tossing a virtual coin. Shake your phone, or touch the screen. FEATURES. Recording Sheet download here Note: Small parts pose a choking hazard and are not appropriate for children age five or under. Alice chooses an outcome for an imaginary coin flip, such as "tail". A coin toss awarded the seat to Ermita. As there is no provision for breaking ties in the House as a whole, this would have forced a power sharing agreement between the heads and tails coin game parties. In cricket the toss is often significant, as the decision whether to bat or bowl first can influence the outcome of the game.