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I Have Who Has EASTER

I Have Who Has EASTER
I Have Who Has EASTER
I Have Who Has EASTER
I Have Who Has EASTER
I Have Who Has EASTER
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Great for speech and language work groups, ESL students, and spring whole/small group centers, morning meeting games, the list is endless! It's a super way for students to practice using descriptive language to describe images.

Every student gets a card which they should not show to anyone else. One student starts and say “I have…” and names the large image on the card. Then that students should say “who has...” and describes the image on the card. This is important because there are more than one bunny, bird, flower, tree, etc. in the set! If they don’t describe it well, they would be potentially describing many cards! The next student would then say “I have… who has…” The game continues until all the cards have been played!

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Chelsea {The Twenty Something Teacher}
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9 pages
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