# I Have...Who Has?: 28 Game Bundle (Math and ELA Topics)

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This download contains 28 different "I Have...Who Has?" games to help students practice a variety of ELA and math topics.

"I Have...Who Has?" games are circular games that (using the materials in this pack) involve up 24 students. These games are a fun way to practice skills while also working together as a class.

The games included in this pack cover the following topics:

Math:
Doubles Facts (+)
Doubles Facts (-)
Tally Marks
Adding and Subtracting by 10s
Place Value: Tens and Ones
Place Value: Hundreds, Tens, and Ones
Place Value
Expanded Notation
Math Vocabulary
Digit Adding
Even and Odd
Fractions
Telling Time on Digital Clocks
Telling Time on Analog Clocks
Telling Time on Digital and Analog Clocks
Money: Groups of Like Coins
Money: Groups of Mixed Coins
Money: Bills and Coins

ELA:
Synonyms
Antonyms
Compound Words
Contractions
Idioms
Rhymes
Irregular Past Tense
Irregular Plurals
Homophones
Reading and Writing Vocabulary

Here's How You Play "I Have...Who Has?" games:

Copy, laminate, and cut out one set of 24 cards before playing a game.

1. Pass out the cards to your students so that everyone has at least one card.

2. Choose a student to start the game. (Note: because the game is circular, you can start with any student and with any card.) That student reads his or her card out loud to the class.

“I have 9. Who has 4+4?”

3. The other students then look at their cards to see if they are the person who has the card with the answer to the question that the first student asked. The student who has the card being sought then reads his or her card out loud.

“I have 8, who has 6+6?”

4. The game continues until you get back to the person who began the game and all of the cards have been used.

In my classroom, I usually have my students work on one game each week. We play every morning and keep track of and try to improve upon our time. They love trying to beat the clock!
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