Mood and Tone Words: I Have Who Has Game

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Deb Hanson
Grade Levels
4th - 7th, Homeschool
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My students love playing these I Have Who Has games! I love that there is now an option for group play or individual.
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Learning Objective

Given a definition, students will identify the mood or tone word that is being defined.


This game includes 24 cards with words associated with mood and tone. You can use this game with an entire class, or I also frequently use these cards with smaller intervention groups- I just give more cards to each student!

Students must listen to a sentence containing a definition, and determine whether they have the tone or mood word being defined listed at the top of their card.

These cards always take a few extra minutes to get through the first time. I time my students, and then let them go through them a second and possibly third time to try to beat their record!

It comes in two formats: print and digital. The traditional print format will allow you to print the cards and play the game with your entire class. This is a fun cooperative game if you are looking for an opportunity to engage your entire class!

The newer digital format is compatible with Google Slides. It is set up to be a game students can play individually or with a partner. Students drag each of the 24 cards so that they are presented in order.

An answer key is included for teacher use to follow along. A direction page is also provided.

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Total Pages
7 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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