In this “I Have, Who Has” game students will identify the difference between a fact and an opinion. Cut each box into cards and laminate.
Pass out all the cards to students. Keep one card for you to start with. You can read the “Who has” part on your card to get the game started. Students look at their card to determine if they have what the reader is looking for. Then they read “I have…” and continue reading the next part of their card saying “Who has…”. If the game was done correctly the first person who read will also be the last person to read their “I have” part.