She has three notebooks.
A picture for practicing 'how many' and stationery.
Activity based on the Sheriff of Nottingham board game to practice "How many?" and plurals. Also uses "Show me" and "What's this?" Very complicated, but very fun.
Students practice (or are introduced to) plural nouns by finding easy words in a word search, then reporting how many of each word they have found.
Students decide on a recipe, then go shopping for ingredients to make their very own Original Juice.
Students write "I have ~ pencils/erasers/etc" sentences. Then they ask each other "How many ~ do you have?" questions.
A card game where students janken and win cards from their opponents.
Students will try to "collect" apples by playing janken and asking "How many apples?"
1st year Junior High Activity aimed at the New Crown 1 textbook.
Students practice speaking with a set dialogue and try to guess their classmates' magic numbers.
Students count as fast as possible in this relay race.
A poster to practice 'How many animals do you see?'
A powerpoint point getting game that can be used with various lessons
This is a fast food role play based on Total English 1's Talk Time 2 exercise.
Similar to the game Bull$hit, students use a deck of cards to ask each other how many of a certain card they have.
Practice for 1st year junior high studying 'He is' and 'They are'
Practice plural verbs with this simple mingler
A poster with lots of fish to practice 'how many do you see?'
A powerpoint activity for practicing 'how many' and plural forms.
This is a drawing activity for Halloween that can be used to teach body parts and plurals.
Students draw monsters while practicing body parts.
Students practice asking "How many?" and review body parts by drawing monsters.
Students use their knowledge of English colors, numbers, body parts, and shapes (optional) to draw a monster based upon the ALT's description.
Pair activity that involves students finding information that is scattered around the classroom and passing it on to their partner.
Students practice plurals (and the names of body parts) by drawing comical monsters.
Students try to intuit why some words in English end their plural form with -es.
An activity that practices "How many notebooks do you have?" "I have three notebooks."