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Number Quiz Example | EFL Resource

Number Quiz Example | EFL Resource

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Students seem to love quizzes, and number quizzes open up a number of different options. Here is an example number quiz for you to use in your EFL classroom. 

Students play the quiz in groups. After each question, each group member writes down their guess. Guesses are revealed simultaneously and the average answer from each group is calculated. Simply add the guesses together and divide by the number of people in the group. 

You can find more games and activities with numbers in our Number Games and Activities for the EFL Classroom Blog here. 

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