Colours and Numbers Flashcard Games

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Topic: Colours
Grammar Topic: General
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 15th Aug 2017

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Colours and Numbers Flashcard Games
Choose which set of cards below you are going to use. They are in approximate order of 
difficulty. Make colour photocopies and cut up one set per class or group. Don’t cut 
between the two columns, meaning you only make only one card per row below. Put the 
cards in the same order one by one where students can see them, e.g. on a table between
them or sellotaped on the board. Test students on what colour each number is and/ or 
which number is in each colour as you lay them out. Then fold the cards so that students 
can only see one half of the card and ask questions like 
“What colour is number eight?” 
and 
“What number is blue?” You can also mix the numbers up and ask students to put 
them back in order, giving them colour hints if they get stuck. Then do all the same games 
with a more difficult pack of cards. 

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Objects and words cards

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Figures and words cards

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