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I just love playing “I Have Who Has” with my students. This game is great for focusing on the skill at hand, but also helps with speaking and reading skills .
Unless you have a smaller class, this game is best used in small groups or centers as there are only 15 cards.
How to Play: Pass out one card to each student.. There are a total of 15 cards, so depending on the class or group size will determine how many cards each student receives. If they have more than 1 card, I just have them lay them face up in front of them. After they have used that card, they just turn it over.
START: The student who has the 1st card will go first. They will say… I have ____, who has ____? The game is over when you get to the card that says, “This is the end.”
My students love to try and beat their time from before, so we use a timer as well.
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