I Have... Who Has? Synonyms - Set 2 is a game filled with excitement for the students as they are learning the skill that the game is presenting. This game is working on the skill of synonyms. The students in my class love playing I Have... Who Has? I hope your students have as much fun playing this game as mine did. The synonym cards are in a winter scene with two snowmen sledding down a hill with a bright purple and white dotted border. There are 32 cards. If you want your students to increase their vocabulary skills this is a great activity!
The synonyms in this set include:
blend-mix; assist-help; sheet-page; pair-duo; smart-clever; hut-shack; take-seize; walk-stroll; value-worth; auto-car; remove-omit; cry-weep; big-vast; friend-buddy; end-finish; connect-join; magnify-enlarge; repair-mend; clean-tidy; ancient-old; fake-phony; truthful-honest; gloomy-dark; garbage-trash; stone-rock; stop-cease; shop-store; strange-odd; speak-talk; carpet-rug; and sniff-smell
The person with the START card starts (I usually keep this card and start the game) and asks Who Has? The student who has the answer will say I Have..., then Who Has? The game continues until the last person answers I Have... and says the END card!
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