This set includes 5 full color "I Have, Who Has" games-one for each vowel (a, e, i, o, u) . I Have, Who Has is an easy to use game perfect for reviewing word patterns!
Each game includes 28 cards containing short vowel words with the cvc pattern.
The teacher simply prints, laminates, and cuts the cards then passes the cards out to students. Students must listen and concentrate as the cards are read. Once a child hears the first word on his card, he is able to read his card aloud. This set is perfect for advanced Kindergarten students, first graders, or as a review for second graders. My kids LOVE I Have, Who Has. Directions for use and Common Core Standards are included.
Common Core State Standards
Associate the long and short sounds with the common spellings for the 5 major vowels.
K.RFS.3b Associate the long and short sounds with common spellings (graphemes) for the 5 major vowels.
1.RFS.3b Decode regularly spelled one-syllable words.
2.RFS.3a Distinguish long and short vowels when reading regularly spelled one-syllable words.
Where is the A+ button? My students LOVE LOVE LOVE these games! I purchased them to help my struggling readers, but my advanced readers are just as eager to play. Thank you! Do you have any similar games for CVCe or digraphs?
You made my day, Laura! I'm so happy you and your kiddos love these games!! Space Race is the CVCe game. I'm working on digraph and blends sets right now (along with about 10 other things...) I hope you'll love them, too! Thanks, again for your kind words!! I appreciate you more than you know!
November 17, 2012
Thanks for putting this material in a useable form :)
My students loved this when we did the short i last week. It helps keeps the attention of all levels. My first graders who are reading are paying attention to the quickness of the game. My phonetic readers are able to participate too! We are using short o this week.
Great! Thank you Janice! Please redownload this to catch the typo on page 21. I used the word "the" twice! : ( So glad I found it early! Thanks so much for your purchase and feedback! I hope your kiddos love!!!
hi. i bought your short vowel party pack. i'm excited to play the game in class. however, i could not see the correlation between the words on the cards and the illustrations/pictures. i'm ashamed to admit i that i don't fully understand this pack. could you explain this to me so that i'll be able to use it more confidently and effectively?
I'm so happy you like this pack! Each of these games is focused on a short vowel. The name uses that short vowel. For instance, Happy Ants for short a. The pictures correlate to the short vowel name. Since the skill is reading the cvc word, I don't want the students to rely on the pics. Does that make sense? Let me know if you have other questions. Happy New Year!