I have...who has? Synonyms (Adjectives)

I have...who has? Synonyms (Adjectives)
I have...who has? Synonyms (Adjectives)
I have...who has? Synonyms (Adjectives)
I have...who has? Synonyms (Adjectives)
I have...who has? Synonyms (Adjectives)
I have...who has? Synonyms (Adjectives)
I have...who has? Synonyms (Adjectives)
I have...who has? Synonyms (Adjectives)
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Building vocabulary and having a variety of words to use to describe something is an important skill to have. It also makes conversations and stories that much more exciting and engaging.

This activity is fun and easy-to-use. Just print out the activity as 2-sided, then cut out the cards. Some people might use cardstock or laminate them to have them last longer.

There are 20 cards, and the questions and answers complete a circuit, so it doesn’t matter where you start (as long as all 20 cards are played).

This activity is perfect for vocabulary building, and a good follow-up activity would be for the students to choose and use 5 of the words to make a paragraph or short story.

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12 pages
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