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This I Have, Who Has? game is aligned to the Read Well I program.
Would you like to work individually or in a small group with some students, yet want your higher students to have fun practicing their fluency and still be engaged in the Read Well curriculum?
This “I Have, Who Has?” card game can help students with fluency and would be great to put in a literacy center, use in small groups, or use as a whole class review or reward.
We love to use this “I Have, Who Has?” card game at our back-to-school night and our school’s annual Family Game Night!
Who is the game for?
1st grade is the best bet.
However, some kinders could play with the lower decks (I-9).
2nd graders who need some review are great candidates for the higher decks.
See below for additional notes on who this game is intended for.
Any of the 39 I Have, Who Has? card games would be ideal for a 1st or 2nd grade classroom. Across all 39 decks there are 383 Fry Words.
Playing games relaxes the brain and makes it open to learning.
Playing reading fluency games is a great way to stimulate the brain's reward system and make reading fun.
The 42 words in this deck include:
Adapting Also Arctic Beds Beetles Box Breathe Brush Bugs Butterfly Cactus Camels Cold Crops Cross Crosses Dens Dragonfly Ears Earwigs Example Expensive Express Farmers Farming Fix Fixed Fixes Fixing Flexible For Forbid Forest Forever Forget Forgot Fox Foxes Fox's Become Jaguars More
PLEASE NOTE: Read Well is written by Marilyn Sprick and published the Voyager Sopris. No copyright intended. This game is intended only to be purchased and used by teachers whose districts have purchased the Read Well program from its official publishers, and whose lead teacher, principal, or school district have authorized them to use the Read Well program. To help us adhere to copyright, we request that you not purchase or use our resource if you do not fall into this category.
Purchasing this product grants permission for use by one teacher.
This “I Have, Who Has?” fluency game has been created by Use My Mind Save Your Time.