"I have, Who has" is a game that reinforces math skills. The kids love this! When ever I pull it out the kids cheer!
"I have Who has" is a "chain reaction" activity for the kids, this one focusing on map skills. The questions are focused on the continents, oceans, landforms (peninsula, island, lake, etc.), and aspects of a map (map key, compass, etc.).
Distribute all 24 cards to students. Some students may have more than one card.
Select a START student to read one of their cards i.e., 'I have ___, who has ___, the student who has the answer then responds 'I HAVE ___' pauses then reads the 'Who Has?' part of their card. The game continues until the 'Who Has?' sends it back to the START person thus completing the circle.
This is a fun game that keeps everyone engaged trying to figure out the answers. This activity includes a cheat sheet for the teacher to follow along to make sure things are going correctly.
Just print the game on card stock, laminate for durability (not necessary), cut the 24 cards apart, and play!
You can even set a timer and have the students try to beat their best time! ENJOY!