I Have, Who Has? activities are a simple way to review a concept with your students. Traditionally the game is played with the whole class (see below for variations).
This game is aligned with the 5th grade Common Core (5.NBT.2)
Print out on cardstock and
laminate for durability.
Cut out the individual cards.
Whole class activity:
Distribute one card to each student, then distribute
the extras to strong students in the beginning and to random students as the class becomes more familiar
with the deck.
As you distribute the cards, encourage students to begin thinking about what the question for their card might be so that they are prepared to answer. Every card must be used for this activity to work. Choose any student to start. Have the student read their card aloud. The student who has the answer to the first card reads their card next. The last student to read their card should connect back to the first card that was read. Choose different students to start each time.
•Print out several copies, laminate and have students work on them in small groups.
•One student deals out the cards to all players.
•Players arrange the cards face-up in front of them. Students will find that arranging the cards in order from least to greatest will help them locate cards quickly.
•Students take turns going first and choose any card to start.
•Play continues the same as the whole class activity. Whoever has the card that answers the question reads that answer and question on that card. Turn over cards after reading them. The first person to turn over all of his/her cards wins the game!
•Shuffle the cards and repeat the game!