***Sequencing error corrected and answer key added 11-16-15. Please re-download the fixed version or email email@example.com with your TPT name and we will send you an updated version. We're sorry for any problems this may have created.***
I Have/Who Has cards is a fun way to quickly test the students' vocabulary. Print, cut, laminate the cards. Twenty-eight vocabulary words or phrases and their definitions have been selected from The Science Shoppe's Characteristics of Life and Introduction to Cells curriculum (and should correlate to the standards of most states).
Terms include, but are not limited to: characteristics of life (stimulus, response, reproduction, etc.), needs of living things, levels of classification (cell, tissue, organ, organ system, etc.), cell theory and its contributing scientists (Hooke, Shleiden, Schwann, etc.), and cell organelles.
Pass out ALL the cards to your students, even if it means some of your students have two cards. Select a student to start the game by reading the "Who Has" (definition) portion of his or her card. The student with the corresponding “I Have” (term) portion responds and reads the “Who Has” on the same card. This continues until all 28 cards have been read and the student who started the game ends it. Timing the classes to see which one is the fastest is an enjoyable way to foster some good-‐natured competition!
**This product is included in the following larger unit: “Characteristics of Life and Introduction to Cells Comprehensive Packet.” Please double-check your purchases to ensure that you don't buy the same lesson twice. Thanks!**
Follow our store to receive emails (only one a month!) about upcoming sale dates and what we're currently working on. Be sure to check back with us often; new items are on sale for 48 hours after they are posted.
Please keep in mind that we put a lot of time and effort into our products to create the quality you expect and deserve. Because of this, we respectfully as that you not share files. Multiple licenses are available at a discount.
While this curriculum is designed to be turn-key with minimal changes, please keep in mind that all schools are different regarding standards focus, class-period time, etc. If you have questions, concerns, or catch a typo (hopefully not!), please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, please take a moment to review this curriculum after use. We hope you find this useful in your classroom! Thank you!
Kristen and Elizabeth
The Science Shoppe
Graphics are courtesy of mycuteclipart.com and openclipart.org.
Other graphics credits include:
Chloroplasts by Kristian Peters. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/49/Plagiomnium_affine_laminazellen.jpeg
Cork tree bySallyofmayflower.
Portrait of Robert Hooke is an oil painting by Rita Greer.
Scanning electron microscope photo of diatoms by Mary Ann Tiffany of SDSU.