One card per child
One dry erase marker per child
Here is an example
from this website. APPLES – When you open this file you will see a
card with numbers along the bottom and several columns and rows.
Copy this card, laminate. Each child in the group will need his own
card as well as a fine point dry erase marker. You will also need
an input device. For this game I use 20 cubes that have been
programmed with the numbers 1 – 20. In turn each child pulls a cube
from a bag. He identifies the number and finds it on his card. Then
he writes that number in the square above that number. This gives
you the opportunity to have guided practice with each child. The
next child then draws the next cube and each child practices that
number. The winner is the number that is filled in all the way to
the top first.