"I Have, Who Has?" is an interactive game that gets students engaged (and up and moving if you so desire). It is great for developing language concepts, vocabulary, taking turns, and listening practice.
There are two versions included to practice numbers 0-20 or 0-30, whichever option is best for your students.
So, how do you play?
1. Pass out a card to each child. If you have cards left over, keep passing them out until there are no cards left. (If children have multiple cards, they can spread them out in front to see better. They don’t need to be kept secret.)
2. The child with the Green “GO” sign in the top left corner of their card begins. They will stand up and say “I have two. Who has six?”
3. The child with six will stand up and read their card. “I have six. Who has…?”
4. Play continues until the game ends with the “STOP” card. That student answers “I have … STOP!” to signal the end of the game.
Check out the English version here.
If you would like to preview a version of this game, it is available as a subscriber freebie here on our blog.