This download includes one set of I Have/Who Has vocabulary game cards. All terms and concepts used are appropriate for the beginning of the year.
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Christmas-themed I Have/Who Has Cards
I Have/Who Has cards are a fun way to quickly test the students’ vocabulary and can be used daily. Terms in this set review early in the year vocabulary, including measurement tools, parts of experiments, the scientific method, and inference vs. observation.
To use, print, cut, and laminate the cards. Pass out ALL the cards to your students, even if it means some of your students have two cards. Select a student to start the game by reading the “Who Has” (definition) portion of his or her card. The student with the corresponding “I Have” (term) portion responds and reads the “Who Has” on the same card. This continues until all 28 cards have been read and the student who started the game ends it. Timing the classes to see which one is the fastest is an enjoyable way to foster some good-natured competition!
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