How many are there pick and draw drawing game

With vocabulary from Lift Off 1/ Take Off 1

Instructions for teachers

Cut up one pack of cards per class or per group of two to four students. It is more fun and challenging with all the cards, but you can remove the adjectives and/ or the “is” and “one” cards to make it easier. One student makes a question about how many (e.g. “How many boys are there?” or “How many sad cakes are there?”) with the cards and the next student makes an answer (e.g. “There are seven” or “There are six happy apples?”) to be able to draw that many of that thing on the piece of paper or the board. You can also play with some or all cards face down to add fun.

 

Keep all the drawings together during the game, then get students to describe what they have drawn at the end with similar language.

 

Cards to cut up

How
many

 

apple(s)
banana(s)
bed(s)
bicycle(s)
bird(s)
boy(s)
cake(s)
camera(s)
car(s)
cat(s)
cup(s)
dog(s)
egg(s)
eye(s)
fork(s)
girl(s)
hamburger(s)
hat(s)
horse(s)
kite(s)
lemon(s)
melon(s)
motorbike(s)
pear(s)
pig(s)
pineapple(s)
plate(s)
rabbit(s)
snake(s)
spoon(s)
telephone(s)
television(s)
tie(s)
watermelons
are there
?

 

 

There are is
one two three
four five six
seven eight nine
ten eleven twelve
thirteen fifteen twenty

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optional adjectives cards

blue
black
red
green
big
little
long
old
dirty
happy
angry
sad
ugly

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