Using I Have ... Who Has? Games in the classroom is a great way to help students become more automatic with their knowledge of letter names. Students will enjoy playing these games as a whole group, especially if they are timed and try to beat their fastest time!!
In this packet, there are four different I Have ... Who Has? alphabet games. Each game has a different background to make it easier for you to keep them organized. One game practices uppercase letters in order, and another practice lowercase letters in order. These would be great for early in the year when students are learning the rules of the game and are learning alphabetical order.
Later in the year, you may want to use the other two games. In these two games, the letters are in random order; there is one for uppercase letters and one for lowercase letters.
This set is ready to print, cut apart, and use in the classroom. I hope you find it useful!!
If you are looking for a few other Alphabet resources, you might want to check out these:
*Alphabet Q-Tip Painting Pages*
*Alphabet Emergent Reader Foldable Little Books *
*Alphabet Independent Practice Pages *
*Alphabet All-Stars Handwriting Practice*
*Alphabet Number Puzzles *
*Alphabet Write the Room *
*FREE Differentiated Alphabet Readers for the Letter Aa*
*FREE Gumball Alphabet Tracking Form*
Thanks for looking and happy teaching!!
Graphics purchased from Scrappin Doodles