Your students will LOVE I Have, Who Has games! This one focuses on numbers 0-20.
I Have, Who Has is a game to play in a whole-group setting. My suggestion for prepping the cards is to copy, print on cardstock, and laminate them for durability, then cut them out. To play, mix up the cards and then give one card to each student. If you do not have enough cards for each student, you can pair up some students. If you have more cards than you do students, you can give some students more than one card. Students can stay at desks or sit in a circle on the floor to play. The student with the first card (labeled with a star in the top left corner and says Start on it), stands and reads their card (example: “I have Start, Who has zero?”). The student that has the corresponding card then stands and reads their card (example: “I have 0, Who has nine?”). The game continues as each student reads their card. The last card is labeled with a square in the top left corner and says The End. Labeling the first and last cards especially help with your little ones that may not be able to read the words. My students LOVE I Have, Who Has games! They are great to play at the end of a unit, when you need a time-filler activity, or with a substitute. I hope your students love playing as much as mine do!
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