I have, who has seems to be the latest craze. Kids love it and it assists in synthesising their learning. This is a small group set of I have, who has, specifically targeting basic addition.
Work as a team first and then start challenging students by timing them.
Simply print, cut and laminate and you are ready to go.
It should go along the lines of:
‘I have seventeen, who has four?’.
‘I have four, who has twenty-three?’.
Each student has one card.