Countable and uncountable nouns games, worksheets and songs

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Teaching countable and uncountable nouns articles

Teaching countable and uncountable nouns (including many games and other classroom activities)

15 countable and uncountable noun games

The blocks games in the fifth section of this article

Photocopiable countable and uncountable classroom activities

Singular, plural and uncountable in IELTS Listening (in this brand new e-book) – NEW

Food which is both countable and uncountable dice and coin games

Good and taboo countable and uncountable questions

Nouns which are both countable and uncountable pictionary

Countable and uncountable in IELTS Speaking and Writing

Countable and uncountable pick and draw drawing game

News and media countable and uncountable

Singular, plural and uncountable in IELTS Listening

Solutions to countable and uncountable problems

Countable and uncountable answer me (starting with countable and uncountable make me say yes)

Describing places countable and uncountable practice

Countable and uncountable nouns language learning discussion

How much and how many trivia quiz (countable and uncountable, pronouncing numbers and comparing/ contrasting)

Countable and uncountable noun roleplays

Countable and uncountable nouns negotiation (with Xmas and New Year vocab, but adaptable for other topics)

Countable and uncountable compare your days and weeks

Deciding on a buffet lunch countable and uncountable nouns roleplay meeting

Academic English countable and uncountable nouns review

Kitchen shopping countable and uncountable roleplay discussion

Setting up an office countable and uncountable discussion

Countable and uncountable categories and examples board game

Uncountable categories with countable examples personalised speaking board game

Determiners with countable and uncountable nouns

Inflation baskets discussion and countable/ uncountable grammar presentation

Countable and uncountable compare your weeks

Decide what to take with you (countable/ uncountable and travel vocabulary)

Needs analysis and countable/ uncountable (asking each other how many English books they have read etc, leading to grammar presentation)

Nature and the environment countable and uncountable

Both countable and uncountable, but with different meanings

Nouns that are usually uncountable list dictation game

Decide the amount speaking activity

Countable & Uncountable Nouns with the Same Meaning matching game

Academic countable and uncountable nounds with the same meaning matching game

Making Uncountable Nouns Countable list dictation game

Countable and uncountable foods presentation and speaking

Countable and uncountable nouns from the same root (academic vocabulary)

Household countable and uncountable nouns

Countable & uncountable nouns yes/no questions guessing game

Technical English countable uncountable definitions game

There is are was were and household vocabulary roleplays

There is are was were writing tasks

Much/ many and restaurant roleplays Version 1

Much/ many and restaurant roleplays Version 2

Countable/ uncountable 20 questions (for young learners, but easily adaptable for adults

Engineering dimensions and comparing games (including nouns to make uncountable things countable)

Combining countable and uncountable nouns with other grammar points

Countable uncountable going to travel mimes

First conditional and countable/ uncountable sentence completion activities (bluffing, guessing and things in common)

Present Perfect and countable/ uncountable competition game

Likes and dislikes and countable/ uncountable

Countable and uncountable nouns songs

Some things you can count and some you can’t song from Cambridge English Online

Related pages

There is/ There are page

Plurals page

Quantifiers page

Updated 26 February 2023

1 Response to Countable and uncountable nouns games, worksheets and songs

  1. english teacher says:

    This is fantastic, thanks for all the ideas!

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