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Literary Terms - Nonfiction - I Have, Who Has Cards

Literary Terms - Nonfiction - I Have, Who Has Cards
Literary Terms - Nonfiction - I Have, Who Has Cards
Literary Terms - Nonfiction - I Have, Who Has Cards
Literary Terms - Nonfiction - I Have, Who Has Cards
Literary Terms - Nonfiction - I Have, Who Has Cards
Literary Terms - Nonfiction - I Have, Who Has Cards
Literary Terms - Nonfiction - I Have, Who Has Cards
Literary Terms - Nonfiction - I Have, Who Has Cards
Product Description
I Have, Who Has cards are a fun way to review vocabulary. They are great for review, test prep, extra time activities, etc.

This game focuses on nonfiction and vocabulary literary terms.

To play the game, pass out one card to each student. This set contains 31 cards. Depending on your class size, students may share a card or students may have more than one card.  (If your students have more than one card make sure that your 1st card and last card students have more than one card so they have a chance to play as well.)

The student who has the “First card” will read first. The student who has the answer to the definition will say, "I have ___. “ They will then read the rest of their card and say “who has ___?" The game continues until you reach the last card.  My students love to set the timer and try to beat the previous time each time we play!

Also included is an answer key with the definitions for all the literary terms included.
Total Pages
12 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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