This game is based on the popular “I Have, Who Has” format. There are 36 game cards. All you need to do is print the game cards on cardstock, cut in fourths, and laminate. Shuffle the cards and give one to each student; some students will likely have more than one if you have less than 36 students (you must use all 36 game cards for the game to work). Students will find the percent of a number (e.g., 55% of 160, 225% of 36) and should show their work on a post-it, which can then be attached to their game cards. Then have students trade with a partner to check each other’s work. Once students solve their game cards, I randomly choose a student to begin the game. He/she will ask the question on the bottom of his/her card. The student with that answer will respond “I have…,” then he/she will read the bottom of his/her card, “Who has…”. The game continues until the first person’s answer is called. Students can then trade cards and play again. The cards are numbered so that you can use the answer key to get the game back on track if an error is made.
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Check out my other "I Have, Who Has" games:
I Have, Who Has: Percent One Number is of Another
I Have, Who Has: Equivalent Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
I Have, Who Has: Surface Area and Volume of Rectangular Prisms and Cubes
I Have, Who Has: Using a Protractor
I Have, Who Has: Area of Triangles and Quadrilaterals
I Have, Who Has: Mystery Angles of Triangles and Quadrilaterals
I Have, Who Has: Volume of Rectangular Prisms and Cubes