“I have! Who has?” is a fun way to practice skills students have already learned. Print the cards front to back, cut them out, laminate them, and store them in a bag for a quick activity!
Students stand, holding their cards. Play begins with any student. The student reads his “Who has?” portion of the card, and the student with the corresponding antonym reads her “I have” portion of the card, before following up with her “Who has?” portion. Once a student has read both parts of his card, he sits. Once all students are sitting, the game is over!
Try to time the game and challenge students to make better time with each round!
This set contains the following:
*24 "I have! Who has?" cards with 24 sets of antonyms
*directions/suggestions for use
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