Practice and review sight words in a fun way!
How to Play I Have Who Has: Print out the entire set of cards. Laminate for durability. Have students read the card so they know what word to listen for. The person with the start card stands up and says, “Start. Who has -----.” The student who has that word stands up and says, “I have ----. Who has ----?” Play continues until the stop card is read. My class loved to be timed. I started the timer as soon as the person with the start card starts talking and stopped the timer when the last person reads the stop card. We wrote our times on the board and tried to beat our best time. The kids LOVE this game!
This game requires ZERO colored ink! Just choose your favorite colored paper or cardstock, print, laminate (if you want to reuse for years to come) and go! If you have extra cards, give some students more than one card. If you have more students than cards, let “extra” students be in charge of the timer.
This file contains 26 I Have, Who Has cards with the seventh group of 25 Fry Sight words:
Perfect for review and practice before or after weekly tests, as a fun game during rainy day recess, to use on shortened school days or before breaks or holidays!