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Halloween Tens Frame I Have . . . Who Has?

Halloween Tens Frame I Have . . . Who Has?
Halloween Tens Frame I Have . . . Who Has?
Halloween Tens Frame I Have . . . Who Has?
Halloween Tens Frame I Have . . . Who Has?
Halloween Tens Frame I Have . . . Who Has?
Halloween Tens Frame I Have . . . Who Has?
Halloween Tens Frame I Have . . . Who Has?
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Game Directions:

To play the game, deal out all of the cards to all of the players in the group. If you play this game at small group, each child will have a set of cards, but if you play it at large group or as a transition activity, just give each child one card. At small group, have the children lay out all of the cards on the table so they can see them. The first player chooses any card and reads it. For example, “I have a 5. Who has a 3?” That child places that card in the basket, and everyone looks at their cards to see if they have a number 3. The person who does then says, “I have a 3. Who has a 6?” That child places that card in the basket, and so on. Play continues until all of the cards are in the basket. It shouldn’t matter which card you begin the game with– just make sure all of the cards as used even if you, the teacher, has a few.
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