A favourite game for students and teachers! “I have, who has” allows students to practice reading mathematical words and numbers and hone in on their listening skills. All students need to ‘tune in’ as they must listen for their card prompt. There are 35 different cards for each full game which allows all students in the class to play (have one turn) or for smaller groups to have more than one go. Each pack has two ending cards - one that completes the game at 18 cards and the second that competes the game using 35. You will need to select the correct ending card depending on which version you are using.
Cards are easy to prepare and are easily identifiable as they have different borders for each set. Cut out each card and laminate for a longer lasting game. You may want to mark the first 18 cards if that is an option you wish to use.
What this resource includes:
2 different game versions
Set 1 - 1 and 2 digit numbers in words and number format
Set 2 - 3 and 4 digit numbers in words and number format
12 pages of game cards
I have also included a ‘cover’ for each set to stick on your chosen storage or to use as a ring cover page.
This resource is recommended for use in Years 1 to 4 but may be used in other grades. PLEASE NOTE: It is written in British English eg. I have three thousand and forty seven.
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