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I Have...Who Has Cards - Addition and Subtraction Practice to 30

I Have...Who Has Cards - Addition and Subtraction Practice to 30
I Have...Who Has Cards - Addition and Subtraction Practice to 30
I Have...Who Has Cards - Addition and Subtraction Practice to 30
I Have...Who Has Cards - Addition and Subtraction Practice to 30
I Have...Who Has Cards - Addition and Subtraction Practice to 30
I Have...Who Has Cards - Addition and Subtraction Practice to 30
I Have...Who Has Cards - Addition and Subtraction Practice to 30
I Have...Who Has Cards - Addition and Subtraction Practice to 30
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This motivating, whole-class card game is a fun way to practice addition and subtraction problems through 30. In this set, an emphasis is placed on doubles, adding and subtracting multiples of ten, and adding three numbers. Each student holds a card. Any student may start the game by reading his/her card.

"I have 11. Who has 10 + 10 ?" The student holding the card that begins with 20 responds, "I have 20. Who has 10 - 5?" and so on!

The game can start with any card, since the last card in the deck links back to the first. No matter who starts, the game keeps going!

Bright graphics help students remember what to say. The "eye" reminds students to say, "I have." The "owl" reminds students to say, "Who has?" CUTE!!!!! Kids LOVE this game!!!!!! I have used this set all the way up to the fourth grade!

This game can be EASILY DIFFERENTIATED by giving a proficient student a difficult card, and a remedial learner an easier one. Also, two students can partner up with one card, or a student may be given multiple cards. The game can be played over and over by shuffling the deck and redistributing.

"I have...who has" is a terrific way to provide meaningful practice during transition times throughout the day. Students can be responsible for distributing and collecting cards. THE GAME RUNS ITSELF, once students learn how to play!

TO CREATE CARDS: Simply cut each page in half horizontally. You may laminate or affix to tagboard for durability.

Look for MORE "I have...who has" cards in my store soon!

Thank you! Joan xoxo
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