For numbers 1 - 10, click on review and then click on 'play' from that screen.

This is a small game for learning numbers in English. Students listen or read and then click on the matching number.

The main aim of this game is to practice using numbers in English. This is done through the mini-game in which students listen to audio and then click on the matching number. The hope is that this will increase familiarity and give practice in listening to how numbers sound.

The second aim is to present or introduce numbers for any students who do not know them. While numbers as a topic is quite basic for ESL learners, it is possible that some of the higher numbers may be completely new to some students and so they need some guidance on how they sound.

There are 10 sets of numbers:

Easy mode

Set 1

Set 2

Set 3

Set 4

Hard Mode

Set 5

Set 6

Set 7

Set 8

Set 9

Set 10

In the mini-game you take control of a small monster and you have to help him survive by pointing and clicking to make jump him on blocks. Three blocks are shown and each has a number displayed in the middle. The audio of one of these numbers is then played and you have to move the monster to the matching block. If you pick the correct block, then the monster survives, but if you choose badly, then the monster falls off the bottom of the screen and the game is over.

It is hoped that learning can take place through the association of audio/text with the numerical digit. Students will see and hear the numbers and then have that paired with the digits displayed. It is hoped that repeatedly doing this will increase familiarity and practice number ability. I think that the 2 variations of receptive recognition are covered here: in the game, students listen to or read the number and then match that to a numerical digit; in the presentation screen, students can see the digits and then can click to hear how they are spoken or see how they are written.

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