Lower Elementary
Math

Uno, Dos, Tres: Counting Activities for Early ESOL Students

Games are a great way to help ESL students learn and memorize new concepts. Learning numbers requires memorization and often memorization discourages students from wanting to learn altogether. Games come in handy in situations where learning becomes “boring” for students. This collection includes dozens of games and tips ESL teachers need to successfully lead a math unit.
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Uno, Dos, Tres: Counting Activities for Early ESOL Students
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    Games work well in learning environments that require students to memorize new terms. In a structured environment, games allow students to learn material while having fun. This article lists the five top games designed especially for ESL students that are great as warm-up activities. I’ve personally used these games in my lower level class and highly recommend it to all teachers.
  • Counting Games

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    Ambar Paulino says:
    Another great set of mathematical games for ESL students of all ages. Learning goals for each one of these include building numeracy skills. All games require no materials.
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    Wondering how to practice the memorization of numbers in your ESL classroom? This short article provides teachers with tips and activities he/she should implement in their classroom to make the memorization of numbers fun.
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    Taking learning numbers and mathematical skills to the next level? How about skip counting? This article provides several fun activities students can use to learn about numbers and skip counting.
  • Ambar Paulino says:
    An interactive and educational digital game that teaches students number and sequences from one to ten. The game is excellent for classroom teaching. This game is great for young learners and beginners. Great game for a technology-driven learning environment.
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BloomBoard Asks:What activities are you implementing in your ESL classroom to build math literacy skills? How do you teach your ESL students basic counting?