Thursday, February 6, 2014

Freebie Friday


Happy Friday! I don’t know about you, but this week went by so quickly. I am exhausted and ready for some quality time with my hubby and sweet baby girl! She is growing up so fast, and I love spending this precious time with her.
This week I am linking up with Teaching Blog Addict for Freebie Friday.  I love all of the great freebies available on this blog! It is such a great way to get new ideas and teaching strategies.
I love playing I Have, Who Has games with my students in the classroom. These games are great because everyone gets to participate, and they have to listen carefully while playing. I have used these games in math and decided it would be fun to create some for different reading comprehension skills. I created different I Have, Who Has games for the following comprehension skills:
-Cause and Effect
-Making Inferences
-Story Elements
-Informational Text Features
-Fact and Opinion
-Context Clues
-Figurative Language
-Main Idea and Supporting Details
-Problem and Solution
-Author's Purpose
This week I thought that I would share the first set I created on cause and effect. You can get this freebie by clicking here.

I hope you enjoy using this game in your classroom! My students really enjoy this fun activity. If you like this set, you can purchase my complete Reading Strategy I Have, Who Has Game Pack by visiting my TeachersPayTeachers store.


I hope you all have a wonderful, relaxing weekend! 

2 comments:

  1. I really like using I Have, Who Has with my students. It forces them to be good listeners. I haven't attempted making any of my own YET, so I'm very appreciative of your sharing! THANKS!

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  2. Thank you! I hope you like using this game in your classroom!

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