Antonyms - I Have Who Has Game, Worksheet, Instructional Sheet for Middle School Level (SET 1)
This is such a great way to practice antonyms. ‘I Have, Who Has’ requires students to apply what they know about antonyms to identify answers. There are 23 antonyms to identify. I included a projectable with a list of the ‘I Have’ words just in case students get stuck.
Included is a worksheet for students to practice antonyms. This can be completed individually independently, in groups, or as a class.
Also included in this resource you will find a handout explaining what an antonym is and giving students reasons why it is important for middle school students to continue to practice antonyms.
The task cards are in plain format as I know some school districts have limited copying available. I cut and laminated my cards so they are reusable year after year.
This set is best when you have 23 students, but you can always give a student two cards if you have less than that in your class or play more than once so everyone gets a chance to participate. Be sure to shuffle the cards thoroughly before handing out to students. I usually project the word bank on my board the first time we do this activity, until my students become a bit more familiar with the words.