Students can’t help but be actively engaged (and challenged) as they participate in the “chain reaction” style game: I have, Who has? Students share what they have on the top of their card (I have) and then counter by describing the item (in this case, a snowflake) on the bottom of their card (Who has). Classmates eagerly wait for the item on their card to be called and their chance to take part in the chain.
This product contains 28 I have, Who has cards as well as a follow along key.
Note: This particular winter themed version is very challenging. All of the pictures are snowflakes and the children will have to be very analytical and detailed in their descriptions so that others can confirm their snowflakes.
The preview file includes the instructions for using I have, Who has, four sample cards and a portion of the follow along key.
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I Have, Who Has Winter Theme - Challenging SnowFlakes - 28 Cards by Laurie E. Westphal
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