There is/There are Game
This resource accompanies the Everyday Grammar textbook.
Directions: Use a milk carton or cardboard to make a cube. Cut out the images and glue on the cube to make a die. Wrap the die in tape to make it stronger. Draw a race course (with as many spaces as you like) on the board and place a magnet at the start to represent each student or team.
Students take turns rolling the die and describing what they rolled using “There is…” or “There are…”. Move the the magnet forward according to how many items are on the die. For example, if there are three eggplants, move the magnet forward three spaces. The first student or team to reach the last space wins.
Note: Vegetable, fruit, and insect versions included in PDF download.