Match pictures to texts to win 4 cells in a row from a grid of 20 cells.
With our Four in a row game for "11 to 20" you will be learning the English vocabulary for the topic 11 to 20. The language you will learn is in the vocabulary list below, and consists of 10 The numbers from 11 to 20.
4 in a row is a simple game of naming 4 cells in a row. 4 in a row started as a game to play on paper called "Noughts and crosses". 4 in a row is ideally suited to learning in pairs, taking turns to name a cell. You should learn your chosen topic using our English lessons before playing 4 in a row.
Some features of our 4 in a row game for ESL EFL ESOL learners
You claim a picture by clicking on it then choosing the word or sentence that matches it.
Your row can be horizontal, vertical or diagonal.
When you get 4 in a row you win the game (obviously).