Download these free antonym I have who has games to offer your students practice matching antonym pairs in your classroom.
This is another free resource for teachers and homeschool families from The Curriculum Corner.
You will find two versions of this I have who has game in the download. Each contains a different antonym word list.
Why you should try I have who has games in your classroom
If you aren’t familiar with these games, they are definitely a format you need to look into.
Children find them engaging and there are so many great reasons to add them to your practice.
These games offer an opportunity for children to speak in class. It is a small amount of reading but it does offer a little practice.
Your students will also have the opportunity to work on listening skills. They will need to pay close attention and process what is being read by others in order to respond.
Another benefit is that these offer a meaningful time filler. These are a great go-to when you have a few minutes during a transition. Completing the activity is quick so you have an educational way to fill that time.
How to create you antonym I have who has game
You will have the choice of a version with colorful backgrounds or a version provided on solid white.
To put together your games, you will print on either white or colorful card stock.
If you are using the white version, be sure to print on two different colors of card stock for easier sorting.
After printing, laminate the pages for durability. Cut apart and your games are ready to go!
How to play this antonym I have who has game
You will give each student a car. There are a total of 29 cards in each game. If your class is smaller, you can give a student or two an extra card.
Before beginning the game, be sure that students are able to read their cards. You can offer to help students who might need assistance or have children ask a neighbor if they feel comfortable.
The student with the card stating START HERE will begin by reading their card.
Students will listen and respond when they hear their antonym pair.
Play continues until you get to the END HERE card.
You can download this free antonym game here:
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