This game focuses on numbers 1-10 vocabulary with four main sections. There is a numbers 1-10 vocabulary practice section and a numbers 1-10 spelling section. Then, there are numbers 1-10 games for conversation practice counting 1-10, asking how many you have, and games for listening practice. The question and answer games and grammar games are associated with the ESL Young Learners Curriculum - Unit 1.
The questions and answers for this game are as follows.
A: How many do you have?
B: I have six.
A: Do you have six?
B: Yes, I do./No, I don't.
The spelling game will accept the vocabulary word as is, "six" for example.
All of the grammar games require the player to use or write the words out full. You can't use the numerals.
In the grammar section there is a little emphasis placed on learning English punctuation, grammar rules, short answers, and contractions
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