I Have, Who Has 3D Shapes

Learning 3D shapes doesn’t have to be dull or hard, why not start your lessons with a few rounds of I have, Who Has 3D shapes game? Learning through play is always fun, and as your students go over and over these shapes through play they will quickly catch on to their names.

How to play this game? Pick the game version that best suits you – (we have different spellings and shape names available) as well as a game version with end and start card and a version without. Shuffle the cards and hand them out to your students, each student needs at least one card, but can have more too. With the “start and end” version the students that has the card with the word “Start” starts the game by reading the Who has? part of the card (who has a yellow cube), the student that has that card, replies (I have a yellow cube) and continues the game by reading their “Who has” part of the card. The game ends when and end card is reached. With the no “start and end” version, the educator assigns who goes first, and stops the game when they see fit.

I Have Who Has 3D Shapes and Colors

I Have, Who Has Shapes and Colors

I Have Who Has - Shapes and Colors

This fun I have, who has card game is great for both learning shapes and shape revision. Your students will love playing this game, it’s a fun one to play and not a stressful one to play either. A wonderful group activity that won’t take up long and it’s easy to set up.

We’ve included a variety of versions for this game – with start and end cards (the student who gets the card with the word start on it starts the game by calling “Who has”, and the student who has the card with “end” ends the game), and a version without the end and start cards, where the educator stops the game, when they see fit (you can do multiple rounds).

There’s a version where there are shape images only and a version where there are pictures of shapes on one end of the card, and shape names written on the other end of the card. As there are some differences in the spelling and naming of some of the shapes, multiple versions are included (US and UK).

I Have Who Has Shapes and Colors

I Have, Who Has Shapes

This simple game of I have who has focuses on shapes only. It’s a short version of the game as it has 12 – 13 game cards only so it’s best suited for smaller groups of children.

We included multiple versions of this game so you can easily find one that best suits your needs and skill levels of your students. There are both picture only version and a version where there are shapes and shape names (US and UK spelling). Both round-robin version of game is included as well as a game where the start and end card are included.

I Have Who Has - Shapes