The I have Who has? review card game is a fun way for kids to think on their feet and review aspects of the novel.
There are three separate games:
* I have who has characters
* I have who has settings
* I have who has themes/lessons
How to play: Pass one or more cards out to each students. The person with the card that reads: "I have the first card" will begin. Their card will read "I have the first card. Who has the main character?" Whoever has the main character on their card will then go next. Theirs will read: "I have Milo. Who has..." and so on until the final card reads: I have... Who has the First Card."
* Have students do a cold run first to learn the game and get a hold of the answers. Then have students go again but this time run it to a timer. The third run will require the students to beat their old time! My kids got pretty competitive on this and we went 8 times in a row at one point.
* I would suggest lamination for longer wear and tear control.
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