I Have, Who Has? is a fun game that you can play with small groups or the entire class. Not only does it help students practice the target skill, it makes them focus. Because they don’t know when their turn will come, they have to pay attention throughout the game.
To play, distribute the cards among the players. You can give more cards to students who are able to handle more. The students lay out their cards. Once their card is done, they turn it over. You can play over and over, and the game doesn’t get boring because the cards can be different each time you play.
I have included two levels of difficulty. I recommend beginning with Level 1. In this version, the alphabet is in order. After the students are comfortable with this version, you can move on to Version 2, which has the alphabet in random order. Both versions have a mix of upper and lower case letters.