|elementary school and junior high school first year||To practice counting, and asking "How many___ are there?"||"How many...?"||20 mins||Pairs of work sheets|
Divide the class into pairs and distribute the pictures so that one student of each pair has sheet 'A', and the other sheet 'B'. The object of the game is to find out who has the most things in the kitchen. To do this A and B will have to ask each other how many teapots, pans, forks, knives, spoons, cups, saucers, glasses, bowls, and plates there are, and then add up the total. When they have done this, they can find out who has the most spiders!!
This activity and the accompanying worksheets have been taken from Jill Hadfield's excellent activity book Elementary Communication Games printed by Nelson Press.
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