This is a version of "I Have Who Has,” a fun round robin game, used to teach the order of operations.
Included are 24 I have Who has cards, an answer and sequence sheet, and a page of blank cards.
Individually, with partners, or in groups, students can create their own “I have Who has” game.
The teacher answer key shows the sequence and answers to the equations.
To play the game, first print and distribute all of the cards to the students in no particular order. Laminate them if you would like to reuse them. It is okay if a student has more than one card. Next, give the students some time to figure out the solution to their card. I like to have a peer check their solution.
Choose any student to go first, or choose a number, and have that student say “I have...” followed by the answer to their equation, and then the “Who has..?” part aloud. The student who has the card with the equation to the solution just read, will then read their "I have..." and "Who has..?" parts. The game is played until all cards have been read and you are back at the first student.
The game is best played as a class. It can also be played by a single student or pair of students by spreading all of the cards out and instructing them to put them in the correct sequence. Make it a game by timing each other.