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数字 (すうじ)


FUN FACT: "The word duoliteral contains all five vowels (not including Y) in reverse alphabetical order."


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Buying & Selling: Game involving every student, reviews numbers 10-100.
Call a Celebrity: Students choose a celebrity then try to guess their partner's celebrity by their phone number.
Die: Students practice saying numbers by simply throwing dice.
Don't Guess the Number:This is a number guessing game where students try NOT to get the correct number. Reviews 0-100 (or any other range)
Guess My Number: In groups, the students try to guess your random number.
Guess the Number: This is a simple warm up game for revising numbers. They have to try to guess the number from within a set range. The less gueses the more the points.
Magical Cards: This is a mathematical card trick that is good for introducing numbers and mystifying your students.
Magic Numbers: This card trick will leave your students breathless but it only works if they know how to spell numbers 1-10.
Mathlish: Students listen to math problems spoken in English and write the answers. Then, they listen and follow a number pyramid for those tricky numbers like 30 and 13.
Number Code: Simple code game for students to practice their spelling and learning of numbers and even reviews the alphabet.
Number Listen: Practices listening and writing the spelling of various numbers while filling out a four-part worksheet.

Numbers Slaps: Students practice saying numbers 1-13.


Number Train:This listening activity is for helping students catch the difference between "teen" and "ty" at the end of numbers--thirteen or thirty, fourteen or forty, etc.

Phone Numbers: A listening and speaking telephone number activity.
Ping Pong Pang!: A fast-paced group speaking game using numbers.


Wrong Number: Students work through a series of activities to eventually formulate a self-introduction.





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