Wednesday, July 25, 2012

I Have, Who Has Freebie!

I went to a training session about strategies for Letter Naming and one of the activities was the game "I Have, Who Has" with alphabet letters. I have made a packet of cards for uppercase and lowercase letters, along with numerals, number words, tally marks and ten frames 0-20. Click here if you are interested. I have a slide show of the entire packet in the TpT page at the top.

I have made you a copy of the cards with pictures. I plan to use this to teach my students how to play to play the game.  I used green boxes for what they read first, and red boxes for what they read last. I carried this same format over into my alphabet and number game cards. Click here for a copy of the game.

Operation Classroom Makeover started today! Still have a lot more to do!



18 comments:

  1. Love the I have who has version you posted here! What a great way to teach them how to play - think I will use it on the first day or so! Thanks so much for the freebie.
    Mrs.Egley’sKindergarten

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  2. I love this Jennifer. I love I have Who has cards and this is a perfect addition to my collection :) Thanks for sharing.

    Heidi
    My (Not So) Elementary Life

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    1. Hey great to hear it! As I was sitting at this training and playing the game, I thought that I would need to make something easy for them to learn how to play the game. I am so proud that you are adding it to your collection!

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  3. This game looks like lots of fun, thanks for sharing! I just nominated you for the Versatile blogger award. Head on over to my blog to pick up your award. Congrats!

    http://mylifeaslittlemiss.blogspot.com/

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  4. Thanks so much for the I Have Who Has cards. I can't wait to use them. You are so generous!

    Yeehaw! Teaching in Texas

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  5. Thanks for the "I have" cards! I've seen this game floating around TpT and was wondering how does the teacher implement it..And you clasroom is looking great! Can't wait to see more :)

    http://mspasquakinder.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks..it is a slow process when you change a theme and start with a blank page.

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  6. Thanks for the freebie! You're right...this picture only version is perfect for introducing I Have Who Has games. THANKS!
    Michelle
    mcoop1125@gmail.com

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    1. You are welcome! I have never played the game with my class, so I am hoping it will work!

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  7. This is the perfect way to introduce the game especially for my ELL students. Thank you for sharing.

    Pam

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    1. Oh, so glad to hear that! You are so welcome!

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  8. Jennifer,
    Thank you for this great download! I’m one of your followers. I am a Newbie Blogger, so I appreciate all of the sharing of advice and ideas. Come on over for a visit sometime.
    Corinna :)
    Teaching Fabulous Firsties!

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  9. Thank you for freebie! It will be helpful as I am planning on using more I Have Who Has games with my class this year.

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  10. Thanks for sharing informative blog with us.
    training program for teachers

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