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Level 2 - Cafe

This is activity 6 of 15 in Level 2 - Cafe. About this level

6. Orange, banana, cherry

 15 - 20 minutes

 Counting  Fruit  Singular and Plural  Whiteboard  Worksheets

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In the video clip: a game of three-in-a-row with fruits!

Reveal each of these fruits, one at a time, to elicit their names from the children: "Una naranja" (An orange); "Una cereza" (A cherry); "Un plátano" (A banana).

Then show two oranges and ask: "¿Cuántas naranjas hay?" (How many oranges are there?). Possible replies: "Dos" (Two) or "Dos naranjas" (Two oranges) or "Hay dos naranjas" (There are two oranges). Repeat the process with the other fruits.

Give all the children three sheets of paper. On each sheet of paper they draw one of the three fruits (see download for examples they can copy). Then select three children to line up and play a game of 'fruit bingo'. In this game each child turns over one of their papers to reveal a fruit, and the object of the game is to get three fruits in a row. During the game you can use language like: "Dos cerezas y una naranja" (Two cherries and one orange) or "Hay tres naranjas. ¡Fantástico!" (There are three oranges. Great!).

Extension

Choose a child to be the bingo 'caller' and play again.

 Orange, banana, cherry
SpanishPronunciationEnglish
PlátanoplahtanohBanana
NaranjanarahnhahOrange
Cerezatherh-ethahCherry
¿Cuántos plátanos hay?¿kwantoss platahnoss ay?How many bananas are there?

Learning Outcomes

I can:

  • name various fruits
  • ask how many of something there is

Whiteboard Activity

Whiteboard activity
Pictures of fruits