How Many Board Game

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Topic: Numbers
Grammar Topic: General
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 24th Aug 2014

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Lesson Plan Text

There is/ There are- How many board game

Move around the board by getting your partner to say numbers up to ten. 

beds

in… bedroom

topic:

bedding

in… bag

START

in this area

books

Instructions

Ask a “How many… are there...?” question

using the words or on the topic in the square

that you are on, e.g. “How many beds are

there in your house?” for “beds”, “How many

pets are there in your family?”, for “pets”,

How many coins are there in your bag?” for

in… bag”, or “How many plates are there in

your kitchen?” for “topic: cutlery”. Your

partner will answer with a full sentence such

as “There are three beds in my house”,

There is only one pet in my family”, “There

are about 20 coins in my bag”, or “There are

no plates in my kitchen but there are many

plates in the dining room”. You can then

move the number that your partner said in

that answer, unless the number is over 10,

in which case you can’t move. If you

partner says “There are no…”, you also can’t

move. If you can’t move, you have to try

again with the same task when it is next your

turn.

Move anti-clockwise round and round the

board until your teacher stops the game. The

person who is ahead at that time is the

winner.

windows

bottles of

in…

wardrobe

in this

building

towels

chairs

topic: sports

equipment

topic:

clothes

topic:

furniture

in this

country

topic: food

topic:

crockery

in this street

cupboards

stools

topic: cutlery

topic: shops

duvets

in this school

in… dining

room

in this room

topic:

electronics

posters

in… hall/

corridor

in… pockets

in… home

pets

jars of

pictures

in… kitchen

in… living

room

near here

packets of…

people

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2014

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