I love using "I Have, Who Has" games with my students as a quick review during the year. This game comes with 14 cards that I print out on card stock (or regular paper and then glue to colored construction paper) and laminate. With classes of more than 14 students, I print off multiple copies of the game and break my students into smaller groups. Sometimes students will end up with more than one card (for example, if you have 24 students, break them into 2 groups of 12. Giving more advanced students the extra card gives them an added challenge as a way to differentiate). Check out my TpT store for more I Have, Who Has math fact games!