Print onto card stock paper (color is fun, I used bright green) then cut each in half. This leaves each card (28 in all) with an "I have..." on the top and a "Who has..." on the bottom. Laminate for longer use.
I use this game to practice and/or assess tikatika rhythmic reading. To play each student (or pair of students) has a card. The first person (or partners) starts by reading, "I have: ta tikatika ta ta. Who has: titi titi tikatika ta?" The next person (or partners) reads, "I have titi titi tikatika ta. Who has tikatika titi ta z?" The game continues as each student or pair reads their card. The first time my class played they sat in pairs down a line. I gave the cards out in order so they would know who was coming next. Once they were comfortable with the game I handed the cards out of order so the students had to pay attention to what was read. You can then do the same with single students.