Practice addition and subtraction with one of these 3 I Have Who Has Games
This set includes 3 games
I Have, Who Has? Addition to 20 (20 game cards)
I Have, Who Has? Subtraction to 20 (20 game cards)
I Have, Who Has? Addition and Subtraction to 20 (20 game cards).
How to play the I Have, Who Has
DescriptionWho could resist these adorable fall pups? Students will be engaged with this fast paced game that can be played whole class or as a workstation!Includes:• 30 I Have/Who Has Cards• 3 printables for assessment• a themed 120 chartCommon Core Alignment2.NBT.5-Fluently add and subtract withi
This packet includes 3 “I Have Who Has” games. Students will practice:-Addition Facts to 20-Subtraction Facts to 20-Addition and Subtraction Facts to 20Print out the selected I Have Who Has cards. Give each student a card. The student with the 1st card will read the card aloud. The student with
Let your students have fun while practicing their math facts! This I Have, Who Has game focuses on addition & subtraction facts. Your students will LOVE practicing their math facts this way! And they will improve their fact fluency and automaticity!
I Have, Who Has is always a class favorite wi
This I Have Who Has game is perfect for practicing addition and subtraction within 20. Students will enjoy the cute clipart on each card while practicing important listening skills. In this game, students will have a number and an addition or subtraction problem on each card. When they hear a proble
Use these cards for quick, fun practice adding and subtracting 1, 10, or 100 to three-digit numbers.
There are 24 cards in this set. Pass the cards out to students (Some students may need to share cards or have more than one card). The student with the card stating, “I will start” reads his card fi
Looking for a fun interactive teaching idea for 10 more and 10 less? Well look no further as 10 More 10 Less I Have Who Has Game, for CCSS 1.NBT.5, will serve as an exciting lesson plan for 1st grade elementary school classrooms. This is a great resource to incorporate into your unit as a math revie
Encourage mental math strategies and using the 100s chart with this fun game. I Have, Who Has is a game that you can use with any skill. A person starts off the game, asking a question and begins a chain of responses. It makes kids focus and pay attention. They are also all required to answer each q
This is two seperate "I Have Who Has..." games. There is an addition and a subtraction version of the game. Students can practice some basic addition and subtraction facts up to 12. There are 12 addition and 12 subtraction cards.
With younger students you could give them some manipulatives and have
This file is for four separate games of "I Have, Who Has" and addition and subtraction matching! The design includes ten-frames, which makes this perfect for primary learners! This file reinforces addition and subtraction from 0-18.
This zip file includes:
-28 addition "I Have Who Has?" cards
This file contains 2 I have/who has games. One is for additon. It works mostly on facts 0-10 and then some doubles. The other is for subtraction. These are all minus 1 and minus 2 facts 1-10 and then some using doubles. These have a holiday theme to spice up your math time during the season.
Looking for a fun interactive teaching idea for adding and subtracting 2 digit numbers? Well look no further as 2 Digit Addition and Subtraction I Have Who Has Game, for CCSS 2.NBT.5, will serve as an exciting lesson plan for 2nd grade elementary school classrooms. This is a great resource to incorp
This "I Have, Who Has" game includes 24 cards that helps students practice Mental Math skills - adding 10 and 100 to a given number, and subtracting 10 and 100 from a given number.
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Mentally adding and subtracting ten and multiples of ten is fundamental to success with place value and computation. This bundle of three "I Have..., Who Has...?" games is a fun and active way to practice these skills.
Each of the three sets in this bundle includes 30 or more cards, enough for larg
I Have, Who Has games are a fun way to practice skills in the classroom. They are great for review, test prep, fluency, listening skills, mental math, and rainy day recess!
This game focuses on reviewing key vocabulary for addition, subtraction, and place value. Some of the words used in this game
I have… Who has… Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers -Common Core Standard 4.NF.B.3c
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This purchase comes with the Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers deck.
I have… Who has… is a card based game where students can practice and review ideas and concepts learned in class. Each deck i
This Is a 24 card I have who has addition and subtraction game that covers CCSS 1.OA.6 and 2.OA.2- Fluency with addition and subtraction.
Print it off, cut it out and your game is ready to go!
Teacher directions included.
Let your students have fun while practicing their math facts! This I Have, Who Has game focuses on addition and subtraction facts. Your students will LOVE practicing their math facts this way! And they will improve their fact fluency and automaticity!I Have, Who Has is always a class favorite with m
The Math Loop is similar to the well-known game "I Have... Who Has..." and is often used as a Math warm-up activity to develop and work on students' mental math skills. In addition, it is a good indicator to assess students' ability to pay attention, follow along with group activities, participate
Focus: Addition and Subtraction with and without regrouping
The fun game of I Have...Who Has?! There are 23 cards that follow each other, and are made to be passed out to each kid. If you have extras, then some kids get more than one! Too few? They get to share!
With these, they may need to solve
This game includes 20 cards of adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers with like and unlike denominators. Renaming in subtraction is also needed for a few of the problems. Also included is a list of the cards in the correct order. This game will have student engaged while practicing an im
The I have...who has... game is a great way to teach or review addition and subtraction problems from 0 to 20. It can be used in small groups or with your whole class. It makes learning numbers fun...especially for kindergarteners and 1st graders.
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In this pack, you will receive EIGHT sets of I Have, Who Has? cards. I Have, Who Has? Is a great low-prep game that can be used to reinforce any skill. To play, simply print, cut, and laminate cards (if you laminate them you won't ever have to re-make them!).
My students especially love when I ti
Looking to bring some excitement and engagement to your students during math instruction? I Have…Who Has… Games are your answer! Give your students a fun way to review the concepts you taught in a collaborative style. Your class will be begging to play again!
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