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Hour and Half Hour first grade game (I Have, Who Has?)

Hour and Half Hour first grade game (I Have, Who Has?)
Hour and Half Hour first grade game (I Have, Who Has?)
Hour and Half Hour first grade game (I Have, Who Has?)
Hour and Half Hour first grade game (I Have, Who Has?)
Hour and Half Hour first grade game (I Have, Who Has?)
Hour and Half Hour first grade game (I Have, Who Has?)
Hour and Half Hour first grade game (I Have, Who Has?)
Hour and Half Hour first grade game (I Have, Who Has?)
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First Grade 'I Have . . . Who Has . . ?' Telling Time to the Hour and Half Hour Game with a Fall Thanksgiving Owl Theme (1.MD.B3)

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I have . . . Who has . . ? is a fun way for students to demonstrate what they have been learning about in the classroom. It is great for review and for teacher observation. It can be played as a whole class or in small group situations. Alternatively you can use the cards in a math station or center.

There are 24 cards in both color and black and white.

Directions:
Run the cards either directly onto cardstock or construction paper and trim off the white PDF border around the outer edge. Laminate and cut each sheet into four cards. You will have 24 cards. (Alternatively run the cards onto copy paper, cut apart and glue to a 4x6 index card before laminating.)

Shuffle the cards and place one randomly in front of each student. Have the students sit at their desks (or in a circle if you prefer) and on you command turn the cards over. Choose a student to stand and read their card (it doesn’t matter who goes first; whoever you choose will end up being the last person as the cards loop back to the beginning).

Students check their cards to see if they have the number called out. If so, they stand and read their card aloud. Continue in this manner until the first student who played answers the last question.

If you have less than 24 students, some students will need to double up on cards. My students love to play this game to line up for lunch and it is a great alternative for ticket-out-the-door!
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