Months, days, and seasons - I have, Who has?
✮ English months, days, and seasons game - I have...Who has? ✮
This version includes 27 cards. Depending on class size you could either give each student more than one card or have them play with a partner. I recommend printing out and laminating these cards if possible so that you can use them over and over again. This is a great resource for ESL or any classroom where English is spoken.
Here's how this game works. Once each student has a card (or cards), the one who has the card that says I'll start the game begins the game. He says, for example, I'll start the game. I have May. Who has Autumn? The person who has the card with autumn on it says, I have autumn. Who has Thursday? And so the game goes on until the last card is called and that student's card will say, The game is over!
Another idea is to prepare two sets of cards, divide your class into two groups and let each group have a go to see which team can get through the entire deck of cards the fastest. It's a lot of fun, and though you can play with younger students the older ones love this game just as much.
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