Download these free synonym I have who has games to help your children practice matching synonym pairs in the classroom.
This is another free resource for teachers and families from The Curriculum Corner.
This download will provide you with two versions of our synonym I have who has game for word practice.
Why I have who has games are great for the classroom
Have you used I have who has games with your students?
We love them and so do children!
There are so many great skills these games offer practice with.
For some children, speaking in front of the class is very stressful. These games offer an opportunity for a small amount of speech to provide just a little bit of practice.
These are also a great way for children to work on listening skills. Not only do they need to be quiet to be able to hear, they are also processing what is said in order to respond at the correct time.
Along with being wonderful for children to practice speaking and listening, they are also beneficial to teachers. When you end up with an extra five minutes to fill, grab a set of I have, who has cards to fill the time.
You time filler will be engaging plus offer many benefits to your students.
Creating your synonym I have who has game
To assemble your games, you will print on white or colorful card stock. We are providing you with two versions so you can choose the one that fits your needs best. One set is white and one has a watercolor background.
If you will be using the white version, be sure to print each of the two sets on a different color of paper for easier sorting.
Each set has four pages.
Along with offering a solid white and a colorful background, we are also providing two different games.
Laminate the pages for durability and then cut apart. You can use the labels we have created for storage if desired.
How to play this synonym I have who has game
You will give each student a card. There are 29 cards. If you have a smaller number of students, you can give a couple of students extra cards.
Before you begin the game, make sure students are able to read their word. Offer help to any student who might need it or have children ask a neighbor if they are unsure.
You might have a few students you know you need to check with before beginning. You want to set all of your students up for success. If you are worried they will not be able to pick out their synonym when they hear it, be sure to check for understanding.
You can download these two free Synonym I have who has games here:
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As with all of our resources, The Curriculum Corner creates these for free classroom use. Our products may not be sold. You may print and copy for your personal classroom use. These are also great for home school families!
You may not modify and resell in any form. Please let us know if you have any questions.