I Have..., Who Has...? is a game that can be enjoyed by multiple players. It is meant to be a fun way to practice new skills and/or review skills that have been mastered.
Download, print, and cut apart the game. Although these work best printed on card stock, regular paper can be used.
Pass out all 30 cards with the questions and answers already written on them. All 30 cards must be used during each round, so some students may have more than one card.
Select one student to read the first card or the teacher can begin.
The first card should be read, “I have the 1st card, who has ___?
The student with the answer at the top of their card should read their entire card, “I Have ___, Who Has?”
The activity continues until it goes around to the last student. The last card reads, “I have the last card, and that is the end of that!”
SS3H1 The student will explain the political roots of our modern democracy in the United States of America.
a. Identify the influence of Greek architecture (columns on the Parthenon, U. S. Supreme Court building), law, and the Olympic Games on the present.
b. Explain the ancient Athenians’ idea that a community should choose its own leaders.
c. Compare and contrast Athens as a direct democracy with the United States as a representative democracy.