# Counting and Cardinality: I Have...Who Has Bundle for Kindergarten CCSS

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This download includes 4 different "I Have...Who Has" games that target the CCSS for Counting and Cardinality for Kindergarten.

•"I Have...Who Has Recognizing Numbers 0-20" will help your young elementary students learn or review number names with symbols. In a fun game setting of I Have...Who Has, students will enjoy the anticipation of waiting on their number to be called and then getting to call the next one. This set can be purchased separately at:
I Have...Who Has Recognizing Numbers 0-20 FREEBIE

• "I Have...Who Has Counting Objects to Say the Number Name" engages students with counting objects in varied arrangements (in a line, in a rectangular array, scattered, in a circle) and say the number name associated with the number of objects. They will be counting "how many" for 0 up to 20 objects. The game includes 20 different cards and blank cards if the teacher would like to include any other arrangements of numbers. K.CC.A.3 and K.CC.B
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I Have...Who Has Counting Objects to Say Number Name

•"I Have...Who Has Numbers That Follow (Count Forward from a Given Number)" will engage students with counting forward three numbers from a given number (up to 100). The game includes 24 different cards and blank cards if the teacher would like to include any other sequences of numbers. This game is a fun addition to a lesson over counting to 100, number sequences, and for review at various other times. K.CC.A.2
This set can be purchased separately at:
I Have...Who Has Numbers that Follow (Count Forward from a Given Number)

•"I Have...Who Has a Number Greater Than...Less Than" will engage students with deciding if they have a number that is greater than a given number and less than a given number (up to 100). The game includes 24 different cards and blank cards if the teacher would like to include any other sequences of numbers. This game is a fun addition to a lesson over counting to 100, number sequences, working with the concept of greater than and less than, and for review at various other times. K.CC.C.6
This set can be purchased separately at:
I Have...Who Has a Number Great Than...Less Than

These games are a fun addition to your lessons over counting and cardinality of objects and for review at various other times. Students can exchange cards after the completion of one game to play another. The teacher can also time the students while playing so that the students can try to beat previous times.

These games satisfy the Common Core State Standards K.CC.A.3, K.CC.B., K.CC.A.2, and K.CC.C.6

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