This is another way to play I have, who has. The nice thing is you will have the game board set up and all you have to do is add the flashcard game pieces.
Set up: You will have to get clear badge cards at your local store and clear double sided tape. Adhere a card to the "I have" side and adhere a card to the "who has" side. All you have to do know is add flashcards. I use the premade cards that are 2 x 3. They fit nicely in the badge cards.
How to play: Each child gets a game board. The child stands up and reads the card, "I have ____. Who has ___." If set up correctly, the last person should match the first person and all are standing in a circle.
The trick: I set up the day I use it due to the number of kids in the game. It helps me to use one color set for the "I have" side. The other color set for the "who has". If I have 5 kids and we are working on the letters, I will make two sets of letters that are the same such as letters A-E. A-E cards will go on the "I have" side. I mix the other letters up and make sure it will work so the last person matches the first person. The set up may look like this for the game boards: I have A, Who has C. I have C, who has E. I have E, who has B. I have B, who has D. I have D, who has A.
Variations: Change the letters to numbers, shapes, rhyme words, number sentences, color words and color, sight words. The possibilities are endless.
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