I have...Who has...Cards - Electricity and Magnetism Vocabulary

I have...Who has...Cards - Electricity and Magnetism Vocabulary
I have...Who has...Cards - Electricity and Magnetism Vocabulary
I have...Who has...Cards - Electricity and Magnetism Vocabulary
I have...Who has...Cards - Electricity and Magnetism Vocabulary
I have...Who has...Cards - Electricity and Magnetism Vocabulary
I have...Who has...Cards - Electricity and Magnetism Vocabulary
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These cards are for electricity and magnetism vocabulary review. In this three page document there are a total of eighteen cards/terms. These would be ideal for a class with a maximum of eighteen students. If you have a larger class, you could put students into pairs or have a handful sit out during the first round. You will also be able to edit this document so you could add more terms for the amount of students you have. If you have less students, some will need to take extra cards.

How to Use:
If you have never used "I have...Who has...Cards", they are quite simple and the kids love them. You will need to hand out all of the cards to your students and have them stand at their seats. When you have chosen who will begin, that student #1 will only read their "Who has" question and not their "I have" statement. Student #1 will also be the last one standing. Student #2 will read the answer on their card to student #1's question. Then student #2 will read their question. Once each student has read both their "I have" statement and "Who has" question, they will sit down. The second to last student standing should read the question in which student #1 has the answer. I usually time them on their first attempts and then set a goal for them to reach and reward if accomplished.

Printing and Preparation:
I have made this word document with a page size of 12" x 12". Not only do I like the larger size for fitting more information and using a larger font, but I also use 12" x 12" textured card stock from Michael's with a variety of colors and prints.

When printing, you will need to change the print settings/properties on your desktop. Change the paper source from automatic to the multipurpose tray or manual feed tray. Obviously, you will need a large enough printer/copier in your school that will accept 12" x 12" paper. Place your card stock in the manual feed tray. Once you have chosen a destination and paper source, hit print. Word will warn you that the document is close to the margins. Just push ok. Once printed, cut the cards, laminate, and enjoy. Who doesn't love to laminate??

If you have any difficulty, please send me a message and I would be glad to help.
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