'Ordinal Numbers' are a key element of Math vocabulary. My 'I Have... Who Has...?'game contains 32 ordinal number cards covering 1st through 32nd and 1 set of Ordinal Number game rules.
N.B. The cards are written to cover ordinal number notation ie 1st, 2nd, 3rd etc and the written form ie first, second, third etc
- To practise Ordinal Numbers in an enjoyable way.
- To practise listening skills.
What You Need:
1 set of 'I Have... Who Has...?' Ordinal Number cards
- Print and laminate the cards so they will withstand the rigours of classroom use.
One Way to Play:
1. Distribute all the cards randomly to the students.
NB Some students may receive multiple cards.
2. Students stand in a circle with their cards.
3. The teacher begins by reading the Start Card aloud, 'I have 1st. Who has second?'
4. The student with the '2nd' card says aloud, 'I have second. Who has third'? and sits.
5. Play continues in this question and response fashion until all students are sitting. At this point the game is complete.
Teaching Point - Students must listen attentively so they don’t break the flow of the game.
Suggestion - Use the stopwatch to time the length of the game. Over the course of a week challenge the students to get faster at completing the challenge. My experience is the students really like this element but you might like to ask them how they feel about it.
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