I often found that students knew the names of food and drinks but didn't have the vocabulary for the container or quantity. This dominoes game is an easy fun way to learn container names and reinforce food and drinks vocabulary. Laminating the dominoes or printing on card is recommended for durability. This game allows interaction with others and the further development of spoken English. By naming the items as the dominoes are placed on the table students reinforce new vocabulary and other players can offer assistance if required.
The container/quantity vocabulary used in the dominoes game:
tub, tin, bottle, bag, carton, bunch, jar, can, block, packet, rasher, slice, bar, dozen, half a dozen, loaf, box, crate, tube, bag and slice
The game would be suitable for use with emergent/ consolidating students.
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