I have... who has? Is a great game to practice a variety of skills!
This game contains 36 cards.
Some cards are simple picture of tens and ones and a matching number.
Some are pictures and a matching addition problem.
There are no specific start or end cards. My students thought it was more challenging without a start or stop.
Two Ways to Play
1) Pass out the cards to students. Have them sit in a circle. Pick a child to go first. They stand and read their card. (Your students may not be able to read yet, but they quickly catch on to how the game is played and "read" their cards accordingly.) The child with the correct answer stands up and reads their card. Play continues until all cards are read. To make this more challenging, time the students and have them try to break their own record!
2) "Old Maid" a game for 3 - 6 students.
Each student takes 5 cards and the rest of the cards remain face down.
Flip the top card from the cards that are facing down.
Decide who goes first and if they have a matching card then they can put their card down. If they do not have a match then they take a card from the ones that are face down.
First one to get rid of all their cards wins.