I Have Who Has Game. You have a nice apartment. i have a problem. Shuffle the character cards and place them face down on the ground.
We have got a rabbit. It is used in the following way in affirmative sentences: If you aren’t a confident shuffler, place the cards on the floor and use your hands to muddle them up instead.
The Aim Of The Game Is To Make As Many True Sentences As Possible.
'i have to wash my car today.'. I have got long hair. We have got a rabbit.
The Winner Of The Game Is The Last Remaining Player With A Finger Raised.
It is used in the following way in affirmative sentences: Use have for i, you, we and they. It (who has to update his/her opinions) is you, not i.
As Players Put Down All Their Fingers, They Are Eliminated From The Game.
Print this game front and back. Take the deck of character cards and shuffle them thoroughly. If there are fewer than 20 children, give more cards to each student.
In This Entertaining Have Got Game, Students Use Cards To Make True Sentences, Describing Physical Appearance With Have, Have Got, Haven't Got, Has, Has Got And Hasn't Got.
The first child reads one of his cards such as, i have 15, who has 7+3. the child who has 10 then continues until the circle is complete. If you aren’t a confident shuffler, place the cards on the floor and use your hands to muddle them up instead. Match the words on the right with the gaps on the left.
I Have, Who Has. Game.
The first person will say, i have _____ (picture on front). then they will flip the card over and describe the word printed on the back. For instance, who has the part of the book that holds the cover and pages together?. Shuffle the character cards and place them face down on the ground.