In 2011, I created one of my most popular products – blank I Have/Who Has cards. My students always loved playing with these cards! They loved to challenge themselves and see how quickly they could get through all of the cards. I would write their time on the board (how long it took to get through the entire set of cards) and the next time we played we would try to beat that time. Highly engaging!
I have updated my original I Have, Who Has template! My templates include a set of 24 cards. (You can print more or less based on the number of students in your class.) The cards are in a Microsoft PowerPoint file. Simply click inside the text boxes and type in your word, definition, etc.
To play I Have…Who Has… divide out the cards so each student has at least one. All students begin sitting down. The person who has the Start card stands up and says, “Who has —–?” The student who has that word or definition, answer, etc. stands up and says, “I have —-. Who has —-?” and reads off the next word, phrase, definition, etc. The student with the start card sits down. Play continues in this way and ends when the person who has the End card reads their card, ending the game.
Three updated versions are included: a full color version, low color version to cut down ink usage, and a no color version that would look great printed on colored paper. The original Microsoft Word file is included as well. Please note, all text is editable but graphics cannot be moved.
These are available at my Teachers Pay Teachers. I also have many other I Have, Who Has cards in different themes including: a winter theme, spring theme, and others plus pre-made games that review fractions, sight words, and more!