A simple counting game where children are asked to count the number of animals that they can see on-screen, then color one square for each in the grid below. Aside from exercising their counting abilities, this introduces them to the basic concept of charts and grids.
The teacher can opt to let the entire class count together, or to separate them in teams, where each group fills up a grid of their own that their teacher had prepared in advance. The students submit their grids, and the answers are checked against those entered in the game itself. The teacher can then tally up correct answers, either by individual pets, or by entire grids – possibly even a combination of both. There are at least two pictures, but the number of pets that appear are randomized, so the facilitator can run the game however times he would like. The team that earns the most points at the end wins.