This second low-prep, entertaining “I Have, Who Has?” card game will surely encourage and inspire your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade kiddos to keep (and maintain) a sense of positivity--all just by reading simple statements that reflect the feelings they have regarding their own personal growth mindset!
How It Works: Each student receives one (1) “I Have, Who Has?" card. The student with the first card stands up, reads the TOP statement that begins with “I have the first card,” and ends with the question on the BOTTOM of the card that begins with the words “Who has?” By the time all 28 cards have been read, every student has had the opportunity to stand up and be heard--quick, brain-building, motivating fun!
**Check out I Have, Who Has Growth Mindset Card Set #1 HERE
*“I Have, Who Has?” Card Set Cover
*“I Have, Who Has?” Table of Contents (2 pages w/2 blanks)
*“I Have, Who Has?” 28-Card Set (8 pages w/3 blanks)
*“I Have” Student Poster
*Thinking Brain Graphic (blank)
*Growth Mindset Personal Journal Student Cover
*Growth Mindset Personal Journal Page (“I Have”)
*Growth Mindset Personal Journal Page (blank)
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*There is SOME PREP involved with this product.
*This resource has been created entirely in black and white ink.
TIP: Give the cards and student journal cover a look that “pops!” by copying them on bright colored paper (think Astrobrights!) :)
*All cards have been produced four (4) to a page--paper saver! In addition, there are perforated lines between all cards for easy cutting. Easy-peasy!
*After “I Have, Who Has?” has been played a few times, the cards may be placed in a literacy center, reading station, or vocabulary area so that they are accessible for your kiddos to use.
*A growth mindset personal journal cover and journal page are included should you want your students write and sketch pictures about the words and phrases related to growth mindset.
2nd GRADE TEACHERS:
This resource contains vocabulary words and phrases that may be slightly difficult for some of your kiddos to decode, read, and understand. Depending on the academic needs and levels of your students, you may wish to review the words and their definitions (either whole class or within a small group setting) BEFORE playing “I Have, Who Has?”
Happy playing “I Have, Who Has?” for Growth Mindset! :)
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