"I Have, Who Has?" is a game where each student receives a card, listens to clues, and determines when it is his/her turn to play his/her card. It is a chain reaction game. The game also reinforces listening skills. I like to use "I Have, Who Has?" as a quick and fun Morning Meeting activity.
In every classroom, there is always a range of student abilities. In this version of "I Have, Who Has: Telling Time," the cards are differentiated to meet the needs of all students in your classroom.
The cards are color coded based on their level of difficulty:
Red cards: times to the hour
Orange cards: times to the half-hour
Green cards: times to the quarter-hour
Blue cards: times to five minutes
Purple cards: times to five minutes, although they are more challenging because of the placement of the hour hand (i.e. 10:55, 6:50).
Now everyone can play, no matter what their ability, and no one has to know that the colors actually signify the level of difficulty! In this set, there are 2 red cards, 4 orange cards, 8 green cards, 7 blue cards, and 3 purple cards, for a total of 24 cards. I have also included a blank sheet of each color cards, in case you need more cards and/or more differentiation. Directions and an answer key is also included.
I suggest you print the cards in color on card stock and laminate them so they last longer.
Thanks for taking a look!