I love playing I Have, Who Has games with my students. There are so many different variations that you can do, but I love playing it as a letter recognition game.
Pass out the cards
Start by passing out all the cards to your students. If you have more cards than students, give some students 2 cards. If you have more students than cards, then have some students work in teams.
Play as a letter recognition game
The game starts with the card that says, “I Have Aa, Who has Hh.” The student that has that card reads it out.
Then, the student with the card with Hh reads out their card, “I Have Hh, Who has Pp?”
Keep the game going
The game keeps going as each student reads their card after their letter gets called out. Finally, the game ends with the last card that says “The End”. The goal of the game is to go through the pack of cards as fast as possible.
As your students progress with their phonics skills, you can switch up the game so that students have to call out the sound the letter says. This is a great way to work on letter sounds!
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