Ready to take on numbers up to 20? This I Have, Who Has Ten Frames up to 20 Game is a fun way to reinforce ten frames.
I Have, Who Has Ten Frames up to 20 Game
This game features 20 game cards – with numbers from 1 to 20 represented both by ten frames and a numeric value.
We recommend you print these game cards on card stock or laminate them to make them more durable.
Shuffle the cards and distribute them all, students can have more than once card in hand. Pick the student that will start the game (you can pick them by random or have the oldest start the game… Educators can also have a card and they can be the ones to kick start the game). The player that starts the game, reads the question part of their card – the Who Has? For example the player would ask “Who has 19?” Other players look at their cards, the part with ten frames and the one that has 19, replies “I Have 19”. That player then continues the game by reading the question on their card.
The game ends when all cards are called.
What is included?
- 20 game cards
- answer key
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