# "I have / Who has" Card Games

"I have / Who has" is a whole-class card game. Print IHWH games for scores of topics, including addition, time, multiplication, sates & capitals, contractions, money, and more.

## Math

Review basic addition facts with this whole-class chain reaction card game. This file includes 20 cards and instructions.
In this version of the "I have... Who has..." game, students must multiply to calculate the area of a rectangle.
Play this interactive card game to practice basic multiplication and division facts. This game includes 34 game cards and a page of instructions.
Students determine what fraction of the shapes on the cards are shaded. This math game includes 34 cards.
Students find the money amount shown by the coins on the cards. This set has 30 cards.
Your class will need to determine the money amount shown by the coins. This set has 30 cards.
Your class will take turns reading out the amount of money shown on their cards by counting the coins and bills with amounts up to \$4.00.
Your class can have fun practicing their skills with counting bills and coins up to \$12 with this I Have / Who Has card game.
When students play this looping whole-class card game, they'll be calculating the amount of money shown by the Canadian coins.
Students determine the value of the Australian coins in this version of the game.
This version of the game has British pounds and pence. Students calculate the money amounts.
When students play this fun card game, they'll be reviewing basic multiplication facts. This game includes 34 cards and instructions. All multiplication facts have factors of 10 or less.
This version is just like the game above, except the multiplication facts include 11s and 12s.
Students calculate the perimeter of each rectangle, triangle, or square on the cards in this game.
This game has pictures of place value blocks that represent 2-digit numbers.
These cards have pictures of base-10 place value blocks that represent 3-digit numbers.
This version of the game includes Roman Numerals I through C (1 through 100). There are 30 cards in the deck.
This game only has twelve cards. Each card has a clock showing a time at the top of the hour. (example: 3:00, 11:00, 5:00, etc.)
Students will need to read the time shown on the clock faces to play this "I have/Who has" game. All clocks have the minute hand on the 12 or the 6. This set includes 34 cards.
Students will need to read the time shown on the clock faces to play this "I have/Who has" game. All times shown are in 5-minute intervals. There are 34 cards in this set.
To play this clock reading card game, students must be able to read analog clocks to the nearest minute. There are 34 cards in this set.
Play this "I have... Who has..." game to practice advanced time. Students will review advanced time phrases such as minutes to, quarter to, minutes after, quarter after, and half past.
This game has 30 cards, each with a thermometer on it. Students must read the thermometers to determine the temperature shown. All temperatures on this set use Celsius units.
This game has 30 cards, each with a thermometer on it. Students must read the thermometers to determine the temperature shown. All temperatures on this set use Fahrenheit units.

## Phonics

This game has 26 cards, each with a short a word. Some words include: mad, than, cap, than, apple, wag, ant, band, dad, black, and crab.
This game has 30 cards, each with a long-a word. Some words include: way, rake, sale, they, bake, play, and tail.
This game has 26 cards, each with a short e word. Some words include: egg, pet, ten, enter, nest, send, web, jet, pencil, went, spell, elf, help, yellow, and shell.
Some words from this game include: we, see, need, me, street, free, he, deep, bee, seed, eat, and ear.
his game has 26 cards, each with a short i word. Some words include: zip, pig, inch, kitten, pin, milk, king, cliff, with, him, kick, crib, twin, ship, and six.
This game has 30 cards, each with a long i word. Some words include: fly, hide, by, life, cry, pile, my, time, fry, dive, hi, and fire.
This game has 26 cards, each with a short o word. Some words include: hop, rock, cot, odd, sock, stop, pop, fox, on, block, jog, flop, rod, body, and doll.
With this whole-class card game, students practice reading words like also, joke, hole, bone, so, rose, oval, show, and nose.
This game has 26 cards, each with a short u word. Some words include: bug, under, up, truck, cub, thumb, mud, stuff, slug, rug, duck, such, fun, and bus.
This game has 21 cards. Read long-u words, such as use, unicorn, cube, music, cute, mute, cure, and fuel.
Review basic contractions with this game. Some contractions include: don't, that's, won't, how's, wouldn't, we'll, shouldn't, doesn't, that'll, and I've.

## Sight Words (Dolch)

This game has 26 cards, each with a word from the Pre-Primer Dolch list. Some words include: come, look, play, you, funny, two, see, help, said, and find.
This game has 26 cards, each with a word from the Primer Dolch list. Some words include: ran, must, did, all, but, have, soon, then, went, now, four, new, say, and under.
This game has 26 cards, each with a word from the Level 1 (First Grade) Dolch list. Some sight words include: over, live, after, cloud, every, were, once, stop, her, no, fly, any, think, and thank.
his game has 26 cards, each with a word from the Level 2 (Second Grade) Dolch list. Some words include: these, because, sing, always, gave, many, upon, pull, made, would, use, does, before, and sleep.
This game has 26 cards, each with a word from the Level 3 (Third Grade) Dolch list. Some words include: drink, hold, kind, myself, six, together, clean, draw, today, warm, bring, and grow.
This game has 26 cards, each with a word from the Dolch Noun List. Some words include: squirrel, window, birthday, children, street, watch, women, mother, apple, bread, sister, ground, flower, garden, sheep, and school.

## Sight Words (Fry)

This game includes select words from the Fry Instant Sight Word List, Level 1. Some words include: would, about, when, them, these, number, people, come, may, part, what, time, look, more, were, and many.
This game includes select words from the Fry Instant Sight Word List, Level 2. Some words include: name, follow, because, sound, around, great, work, little, say, different, mother, animal, through, right, mean, and same.
This game includes select words from the Fry Instant Sight Word List, Level 3. Some words include: together, between, until, once, almost, above, carry, family, thought, began, and country.
This game includes select words from the Fry Instant Sight Word List, Level 4. Some words include: happened, easy, heard, remember, measure, reached, numeral, against, ground, covered, money, several, complete, and become.
This game includes select words from the Fry Instant Sight Word List, Level 5. Some words include: quickly, minutes, carefully, understand, scientists, course, decided, and island.

## Letters of the Alphabet

Review all twenty-six letters of the alphabet, with both upper and lower case letters.
Practice letter recognition with this version of "I have / Who has." All letters are lower case in this version of the game.
Pre-K and
Review recognition of capital letters with this fun card game.

## Social Studies

Students read off a list of US states and capitals in this "I have / Who has" game.

## Template

Here's a blank template for our "I have... who was..." games. Make your own version of the game with any topic you'd like.

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