Students will enjoy using I Have, Who Has game cards.
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Make math fun with this I Have, Who Has game. It can be used for reviewing specific skills, as an activating strategy or simply use it on a game day. There are 24 cards in the set. The game is meant to be played as a whole class activity.
Print the worksheet. Card stock is recommended. Card stock will increase the durability of the cards and make them easier to use. Cut the cards apart and save each set of cards in an envelope. You can start the game with any card. Have a student read their card. All of the students will need to do the problems. The student who has the answer to the problem will read his/her card. The game continues until the first student who read his/her card has the answer to a student's problem.
Regarding the answer key - The I Have, Who Has cards will print on three pages. If you lay the three pages so that they are one continuous page, you will have 12 problems on the left and 12 problems on the right. The upper left card is the first card. The answer to the problem on that card matches the card underneath it... and so on, and so on. When you get to the bottom of the left-hand column of problems then the problems continue to the upper right-hand column card. The answer to the card on the bottom right-hand column is on the upper left-hand card.
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