# I Have - Who Has Four Coin Counting Small Group Activities

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The IHWH cards can be used in a variety of settings: Whole class, small groups of 3-4, individually, or in a math center.
It is a non-competitive game structure as the whole group is working towards completing the game.
If a mistake is made the game will stall and students should start over.
The cards loop so one can begin at any card and proceed with the game until all the cards are used.
As the cards are linked, each card is placed on top of the previous one until there are no cards left.

Set 1: I Have – Who Has Small Group Activity with Touch Coins for Dimes - Nickels – Pennies

24 I Have – Who Has cards that use dimes, nickels, and pennies.
The coins use both backs and fronts of the coins.
There are touch dots on dimes and nickels. Each dot represents five.
Students who are learning how to count coins experience success and learn how to use this method without touch coins
quickly.
There is a set of IHWH cards without the dots but using the same coins and amounts available.

Set 2: I Have – Who Has Small Group Activity for Dimes - Nickels – Pennies

24 I Have – Who Has cards that use dimes, nickels, and pennies.
The coins use both backs and fronts of the coins.
On these cards there are no touch dots.
There is a set of IHWH cards with touch dots but using the same coins and amounts.

Set 3: I Have – Who Has Small Group Activity with Touch Coins for Quarters - Dimes - Nickels – Pennies

28 I Have – Who Has cards that use quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies.
The coins use both backs and fronts of the coins.
On these cards there are touch dots with each dot showing a value of “5” on quarters, dimes, and nickels.
There is a set of IHWH cards without touch dots but using the same coins and amounts available.

Set 4: I Have – Who Has Small Group Activity for Quarters - Dimes - Nickels – Pennies

28 I Have – Who Has cards that use quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies.
The coins use both backs and fronts of the coins.
There is a set of IHWH cards with touch dots but using the same coins and amounts available.
Have the students use the Touch Dot cards first and then proceed to using the cards without Touch Dots.
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