This is a simple ESL activity for practicing numbers. To do this activity:
Get a ball or a soft die.
Have your students stand or sit.
Pass one of your students a ball.
Give them a number.
Have them give you the next number.
After they do have them pass it to the next person. It could be the person next to them or anyone else.
The next person gives them the next number a passes it.
Continue counting and passing the ball around.
You can start from any number. If you just taught them numbers 50-100, then start from 50. You can also count backwards. If you're teaching adults, then you could use this same activity to practice bigger numbers like 1000+ or maybe years like 1989, 1990, etc.
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