This Antonyms I Have Who Has Game is a quick and fun way to introduce, practice, or review antonyms.
- above-below, back-front, big-small, black-white, clean-dirty, closed-open, day-night, empty-full, happy-sad, in-out, face-up-face-down
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How to play whole class:
- students sit or stand in a circle around the room
- make sure you pass out ALL cards (some might end up with more than one card depending on the class size
- your leader begins with their card - they will say, "I have... who has..."
- whoever has the next card, then says what they have - (we sit after we say our card - for a visual)
How to play in a small group:
- divi up cards among the group
- have their cards face up so they can see cards
- one student starts - then they keep on going just like who group
- they can either turn cards over or hand them to the teacher
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