My students love to play I Have, Who Has? It is fun, interactive, and a crowd-pleaser! This set features a cat wearing a fun striped hat and is for practicing Antonyms.
Students read the top portion of their card: "Who has cold?" Students look at their cards until one student sees the bottom portion of their card which reads: "I have hot." and says it out loud. Students continue matching antonyms until all the cards have been used.
This I Have, Who Has? game includes 40 cards. We have played this with students holding more than one card and as partners. I usually pair a low reader with a higher reader. This kind of teamwork has always worked well in my room.
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