This is a complete study of opposites, including the following:
-Lesson for introducing antonyms
-(2) I Have, Who Has Games for practicing opposites
-Antonyms Concentration Game
-Antonyms Assessment and Answer Key
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*****I Have, Who Has...is a fun game that helps reinforce student learning. It can be a fun way to practice, a reward for finishing an activity, practice to review before a test, or a game to play when you have a few extra minutes. There are 32 cards.
1. Pass out the cards, one to each student. All cards have to be passed out for the game to work. You can give some students two cards or you can keep the extra cards and play along with the students.
2. Anyone can start. Read the card. Everyone listens to the question and the person who has the answer, reads their card.
3. This continues until it cycles back to the original student who read the card first!
4. It is amazing how intently the students listen and think of the answer, seeing if their answer matches the question read.