A Fun, Interactive Way to Learn
The activities in this book consists of a series of question and answer cards. Students are actively engaged as each player answers a question and then asks the next one. When students reach the last card, they will find that it refers back to the first card. Requires minimal preparation but results in maximum participation and effort.
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"Who has the words that describe the I Have, Who Has? series?" "I have the words fun and interactive." This is the type of interaction you'll hear as students complete the activities. The activities consist of a series of question and answer cards. Students are actively engaged as each player answers a question and then asks the next one. When students reach the last card, they will find that it "loops" back to the first card. The interaction provides a motivating and entertaining way for students to reinforce language skills.
From synonyms and antonyms to grammar and analogies, each game reinforces essential language arts skills. The reproducible Active Listening and Enrichment page that follows each card game provides students with an opportunity to extend and transfer the learning to a paper-and-pencil activity.
The activities require minimal preparation and effort. So wait no longer. Simply make copies of the game cards and round up your group for some fun!
"My first favorite product this year was the "I Have/Who Has" language arts books! They were great for review and practice and really cemented concepts such as parts of speech! My second favorite was a new one for me-- the 3x5 speech bubbles. I had a bulletin board where kids displayed work monthly of their choice. They used the bubbles to write a reflection about their presented work. I will definitely use both of these products again next year!"
Second Grade Teacher