I Have Who Has Game About Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. WITH DEFINITIONS

I Have Who Has Game About Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  WITH DEFINITIONS
I Have Who Has Game About Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  WITH DEFINITIONS
I Have Who Has Game About Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  WITH DEFINITIONS
I Have Who Has Game About Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  WITH DEFINITIONS
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This is an “I have Who has” game centered around the topic of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

***This game includes the DEFINITIONS AND THE WORDS.***

In the “who has” portion of the card, it asks for next word by definition so students would need to understand the vocabulary words and dates and know their meanings.

Example of one of the cards: “I have January 15, 1929. Who has the place where Dr. King was born?” The next person would have the card that begins with “I have Atlanta, Georgia.”

(I have Who has games are also referred to as looping or wrap-around games.)

I have Who has games are great for review, and students have fun learning!

To play, choose a student to go first, and have him/her read his/her card aloud.

The student who has the card with the word in question then reads that answer aloud: “I have __.” This student will then read the question at the bottom of his/her card: – “Who has ___?” Then the student with the card that answers the question responds. Every card in the set is connected to a card before it and a card after it. To keep the game moving at a quick pace, all students need to pay attention to every question that’s asked!

Play continues in this manner until all of the cards have been played.

Pages included are as follows:

-Cover Page

-6 pages of I have Who has cards (total of 24 cards)

-Credits Page

Words / Dates included on the cards are as follows:

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

January 15, 1929

Atlanta, Georgia

Christine King and A.D. King

Baptist minister and activist

Coretta Scott King

June 18, 1953, Heiberger, Alabama

4: Yolanda, Martin, Dexter, and Bernice

Montgomery Bus Boycott

Rosa Parks

The March on Washington

jobs and freedom

I Have a Dream Speech

steps of the Lincoln Memorial

Nobel Peace Prize

Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal

1971

January 20, 1986

January 17, 2000

third Monday in January

Yolanda Renee King

first and only grandchild of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

James Earl Ray

April 4, 1968, Memphis, Tennessee

I hope you enjoy the game and it will be helpful and fun for you and your students!

Good for one classroom use only. Please respect my work and do not distribute unless additional licenses are purchased. :o)

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