- In Ito, every player receives a number card (1-100) that they keep secret.
- Every round, a theme card is drawn from the pile and placed in the centre of the table.
- These themes are expressed as a spectrum. For example, 1 being the cheapest thing and 100 being the most expensive thing.
- The players will then take it in turns to say an object based on their number, with the goal of ordering the cards from smallest to largest.
- In the above example, if a player had number 5 they might say 'a coffee' and another player with number 90 might say 'a private jet'.
- After each player has said their answer, the group discuss how they think the cards should order based on the answers of the players.
- Once ordered (face down), the cards are revealed to see whether the group has accurately ordered the cards from smallest to largest.
I usually play this as a team activity however the game could be changed to be more competitive.
This activity can be used to practise using comparatives (e.g. 'A private jet is more expensive than a coffee.')