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I have, who has? Is a fun and exciting game for an entire class to play as part of a hook or plenary. The children must be able to recognize numbers from 1-30 using quick recall, sound out basic words and use their listening skills. Once they get really good, it can be developed into a fast pace gam
I have who has game with numbers 1-30, great to help children recognize numbers in scattered order.
I Have Who Has is a game that is played as a whole class to review. This game helps students review identifying numbers 0-30. There are two versions - one with beach theme numbers and one with regular font numbers. Common Core Standards Counting and Cardinality K.CC Know number names and the coun
This resource contains number cards to 30 and 3 different recording sheets, allowing for easy differentiation. Skills covered in this packet are: numbers that come before, numbers that come after, and numbers that come before and after. Activity includes: -recording sheets to hold students account
This packet includes two "I have, who has" games with a twist. The games focus on which number will come next using numbers 1-30. There are 30 cards included in each game. This is a fun way to practice number sequencing!
Included: A mini anchor chart for introducing or reviewing 2 more and 2 less. Cards needed for a class game of "I Have ... Who Has?". A follow-up recording sheet to check for understanding. Use this I Have ... Who Has? game with your whole class to reinforce 2 more and 2 less with numbers to 30. T
This is a group game I Have, Who Has? It teaches number recognition. Pass out the cards to group of children. The person who has the start card goes first. Play it all the way until you reach the "end" card. Great for Pre K, Kindergarten, and 1st grade.
Practice number recognition up to 30 with this fun and interactive I have Who Has game. Kids of all ages just love this game and it is perfect for reviewing number knowledge.Includes all numbers from 0 to 30.If you have a smaller class, you may need to give students two cards each.You might also lik
Print on card stock and laminate for durability. Cut apart. Play I Have, Who Has as a whole group to review numbers 1-30.
Use these subitizing games to help your class review tally marks, ten-frames and finger patterns to 30. The bundle includes three fun "I Have... Who Has...? games. Save 20% with this three-game bundle! The games include:• Tally Marks to 30• Finger Patterns to 30• Ten-Frames to 30The games a great fo
I have created 30 fun task cards for students to work on multiplying decimals and whole numbers. Numbers range from hundredths to thousands. There are several harder questions but not too bad. The task card set comes with a answer recording sheet and an answer key. Laminate and cut out for use ove
If you are looking for simple worksheets with little visual distraction then look no further. These worksheets will have your students counting, printing, comparing, ordering and representing numbers to 30. ⭐Answer Keys are included⭐ Please check out the ⭐PREVIEW⭐ to see all of the pages includ
There are three games aligned with Common Core Standards. The first two reinforce the cardinal numbers and counting, base ten operations, and place value etc. Encourage your little astronauts to compose and decompose the numbers – for e.g., 10 is a bundle of ten ones – called a “ten”. 12 consists o
These step-by-step activities present information in short, manageable chunks so learners can isolate and master one concept before moving on to the next.A variety of imaginative, hands-on activities to help student learn basic counting skills. The 20 exercises in this book use number sequencing, fu
In this card game students practice number identification and counting from 0-30 using tens frames. . This game is a great RTI intervention. It is perfect for whole group practice and small groups or math centers. For more ideas be sure to visit my blog! Campkindergarden.blogspot.com
Included in this set are 30 task cards on rounding decimals, a recording sheet, and an answer key. Cards 1-15 ask students to round to a certain spot (I.E. units, hundreds, thousandths, etc). Cards 1a-15a give students a value and asks them to determine which of 4 choices rounds the value incorrectl
Work on numbers to 30 with highly engaging Halloween math centers. Included in this Halloween math center resource is practice reading and representing numbers to 30, skip counting, sorting odd and even numbers and working with a number line. Make math even more fun using Halloween math centers!
This game is a great reinforcement tool for students learning tens and ones. Each student receives a card and must determine the number shown in tens and ones. The first student starts by saying, "I have ___, who has ___?" The student with that number then stands up and reads his or her card, which
"I Have, Who Has?" is an interactive game that gets students engaged (and up and moving if you so desire). It is great for developing language concepts, vocabulary, taking turns, and listening practice. This game was developed with dual language teachers in mind, as the Spanish numbers are in red.
Review number recognition to 120 with a fun I Have... Who Has...? game . The game includes 30 game cards. If you have fewer than 30 students in your class, some students can hold multiple cards during the game. The cards are available in either color or black-and-white.Looking for other I Have... Wh
This resource is perfect for a Math Center or a Read and Write the Room/SCOOT activity. Students practice numbers to 30 by determining in the missing number in a partial number line and recording it on the sheet provided. 2 additional worksheets which will have students filling in missing number
Three different sets to play! Students can grow with the game or use multiple sets to differentiate.Included:Set 1 uses a mix of numbers and number words 1-30.This makes identifying the “I Have” cards easier and puts the challenge on the “Who Has.” (EX: "I have 2, who has four?")Set 2 has all number
Students love this simple game that will practice or review the numbers 1-30! Each student begins with a card and the student with the first card begins by reading, "I have ____, who has___?" The student with the card answering the question, "Who has ___?" reads his or her card. Play continues until
Get your students moving with this activity! Students answer the prompt, then find the answer around the room. When they find the answer, they go to it, and complete the next prompt, repeating until they have completed the circle! Some students like to race to see who can finish the loop fastest, o

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