Have you ever heard of an “I Have, Who Has” game? I have!

Keep your 6th, 7th, or 8th grade students on their toes while they practice finding the percent of a number.  Jr. High and Middle School students love to get out of their seats and move around during class.  Get their bodies moving with this activity and it will get their brains moving!

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Keep your students on their toes while they practice finding the percent of a number with this engaging whole class activity.

This 40 question “I have, who has?” game with all whole numbers is an excellent way to include every student.

Keep your 6th, 7th, or 8th grade students on their toes while they practice finding the percent of a number.  Jr. High and Middle School students love to get out of their seats and move around during class.  Get their bodies moving with this activity and it will get their brains moving!

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How the Game Works:

  • Make sure all cards in the set are being used. Give some students more than one card.
  • Start with ANY card.
  • Have the student who is starting read the question on the bottom of their card.
  • Give students a chance to work it out.
  • Have the student who has the correct answer to the question on the top of their card say, “I have __,” and then read the question on the bottom of their card.
  • Continue the process until the answer is the number on the top of the card that you started with.
Keep your 6th, 7th, or 8th grade students on their toes while they practice finding the percent of a number.  Jr. High and Middle School students love to get out of their seats and move around during class.  Get their bodies moving with this activity and it will get their brains moving!

#mathteacher #math #maths #teacher #algebra #geometry #mathproblems #study #iteachsixth #iteachseventh #iteacheigth #6thgrade #7thgrade #8thgrade #middleschoolmath #teacherspayteachers #teachersfollowteachers #teacherinspiration

This activity is easy to prep!

Just print on cardstock, laminate, cut out and store! Then, you can use it for every class period, every year. You will only need to print one set if you are using this as a whole class activity.

If you are going to use as a small group activity, make sure to print enough sets for each group. When used this way, all students will need to have multiple cards.

Keep your 6th, 7th, or 8th grade students on their toes while they practice finding the percent of a number.  Jr. High and Middle School students love to get out of their seats and move around during class.  Get their bodies moving with this activity and it will get their brains moving!

#mathteacher #math #maths #teacher #algebra #geometry #mathproblems #study #iteachsixth #iteachseventh #iteacheigth #6thgrade #7thgrade #8thgrade #middleschoolmath #teacherspayteachers #teachersfollowteachers #teacherinspiration

If you have a smaller class size, use the 32 card loop or the 24 card loop. These loops have the same questions as the 40 card loop, but some have been deleted. All three loop sizes have their own corresponding worksheet options.

Keep your 6th, 7th, or 8th grade students on their toes while they practice finding the percent of a number.  Jr. High and Middle School students love to get out of their seats and move around during class.  Get their bodies moving with this activity and it will get their brains moving!

#mathteacher #math #maths #teacher #algebra #geometry #mathproblems #study #iteachsixth #iteachseventh #iteacheigth #6thgrade #7thgrade #8thgrade #middleschoolmath #teacherspayteachers #teachersfollowteachers #teacherinspiration

Would you rather make your own loop size?

Print the blank cards and write out your own first and last cards!

There are several worksheet options included that are one sided, two sided, blank, or have problems written. This allows you flexibility if your class (or certain students) need more room to work. Use a blank table to help keep students organized, or the table completed with the problems if they need more support.

Check out Astrobrights color paper if you want your cards to POP like mine!

This activity is available for download in two places:

  1. My Math Resources on Teachers Pay Teachers
  2. Here on mymathresources.com

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