Multiples: I have… Who has...
There are cards for 21 players. If you have less students, you will need to have some students hold more than 1 card.
I ask my students to stand in a circle. Once they’ve read their card, they kneel or sit down in their spot in the circle. Establish your procedure for this before you begin the game. They like to track their time, so I usually keep the time on my phone so they can’t see it on the projector screen as we play.
Choose a student to start the game by reading the second line on their card. All other players will read both lines on their card. When it comes back full circle to the person who started, and they read their top line, “I have….” time stops and the game is finished.
My students love to keep track of their time on the board. The first time we played, our time was around 3:00. The fastest we have done it is in 2:00. They were really trying to break the 2 minute mark.
We played about 10 different times before we settled on our “best time.” At one point, our time got slower, and we discussed why this was. The students agreed and admitted that some of them were not paying attention or speed reading their cards, which caused additional time. They set their goal to break the 2:00 mark, and we kept playing.