How Many? – Counting Game

How Many Counting Game

How Many? is a fun interactive online game to practice counting with students. In this game, students need to count how many of each category they can see. This is a fun way to practice counting and numbers with young learners but also “there is” and “there are”. You can make the game more difficult by setting a time limit students have to count. Who can count the quickest!

To play students need to look at the image and count the number of animals, people shown in the picture. After, they type the number in the box and see if they are correct. This game contains 50 levels and a wide range of different vocabulary to engage students.

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