I Have... Who Has? The 50 states and their capitals.
This game contains 50 cards. To play, pass out one or two cards to each of your students. Students will not likely have an equal number of cards. Just be sure that each card is used in the game.
There are no specific start or end cards. (My students made this suggestion to me. They didn't like being dealt the start or end cards because they felt like they didn't get a chance to play)
I pick a student out of my name bin and they begin playing. That student reads his or her card aloud. The student who has the answer to the problem will say, "I have ___, who has ___?" The first person who read their card aloud will also be the last to answer "I have___"
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10 Game Bundle
Contractions Multiplication (factors 0-12) Mixed Multiplication & Division Time (hour, 1/2 hour, and 1/4 hour) Irregular Plural Nouns Prefixes (pre, re, un, im) Prefixes (non, ex, dis, mis) Suffixes (ful, less, ment, or/er) Suffixes (ly, able, tion, ness) I Have... Who Has? The 50 States and their Capitals
by Michaela Almeida
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