These are 24 I Have, Who Has cards for Analogies.
Print these in color or in black and white using card stock or bristol paper for extra durability. I also recommend laminating these so they last you for years to come.
Distribute cards to students. Some students may have more than one card.
Have the student who has the "I have the first card!" card begin by reading their card, "I have the first card! Who has __ ?" (Alternatively, the teacher can read the first card.) Students will have to determine the next card in the sequence. Whichever student has the corresponding card will read theirs, 'I have ___ , who has ___?" The student who has the answer then responds 'I have ___, who has ___?' The game continues until the last student reads their card, "I have the last card!"
This is a fun game that keeps everyone engaged as they try to figure out the next one in the sequence.
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