Both games will reinforce students’ practice with 3 specific skills: cause and effect, short vowel words, and rhyming words. Both games have 12 cards total.
To play I Have, Who Has, print the file, and cut out the different cards. Pass one card out to each of your students. Each student may get more than one card depending on the size of your group. The student with the start card will begin by reading their card aloud. Your students will have to listen to the clues, and read their cards to see if their card is next. When they think their card is next, they need to read their clue for the next player. The game is finished when all cards have been read.
Each game has 12 cards, but they are designed to be differentiated and/or scaffolded in your classroom. I created these cards for my own students when they were struggling with cause and effect. Some of my students struggled because they couldn’t read the text, not because they didn’t understand the concept. While other students could read the grade-level text, but didn’t understand the cause and effect relationship. This resource addresses both challenges.
Game 1 (green): Short vowel, easy to read, rhyming words; the way the task cards are written introduces students to the cause and effect terminology within each card.
Game 2 (purple): Easy to read; These cards ask students for the next possible cause or effect based on what was written on the previous card.
Both games promote active listening skills.
For more Task Cards, check out these resources:Multiple Meaning Task Cards
Science Task Cards
FSA 3rd Grade Practice Operations and Algebraic Thinking Task Cards
FSA 3rd Grade Practice NBT Task Cards, MultiSelect Questions
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