"I Have, Who Has...?" Beginning Antonyms

"I Have, Who Has...?" Beginning Antonyms
"I Have, Who Has...?" Beginning Antonyms
"I Have, Who Has...?" Beginning Antonyms
"I Have, Who Has...?" Beginning Antonyms
"I Have, Who Has...?" Beginning Antonyms
"I Have, Who Has...?" Beginning Antonyms
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"I have, Who has" cards provide an interactive way to build students' fluency and practice the skills or concepts learned at school!

This activity facilitates both automaticity and accuracy in a very fun way for the whole class or a small group.

Print these on cardstock and laminate for durability.

The kids love this!

"I have Who has" is a "chain reaction" activity for the kids.
Instructions--
1. Distribute all cards in the set.
2. Play begins with any card. First person begins by reading the "Who has...?" portion of their card.
3. Student with correct "I have..." response reads their card (both parts-I have...Who has...?)
4. Chain continues until all cards have been read. Last person to read "I have..." should be the person who first started the chain.

Many other sets also available!
Thanks for your time,
Greta
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