As a Resource Teacher, I had small classes and couldn't do traditional games such as I Have...Who Has. So I made a version of I Have...Who Has for individuals. You can print the strips and laminate for a math center or copy the pages for small groups to complete.

### How does an I Have Math Sequence Puzzle work?

☑ Students receive a set of 10 strips with math problems and a recording sheet.

☑ Have students cut out the strips, work the first problem on the start strip, and find the answer.

☑ Then it is a chain of problems and finding answers.

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**TIP:**I like to have them put them in order first before gluing!**DIY VERSION:**

You can also make your own versions with popsicle sticks.

**Materials:**

☑ All you need is 10 sticks per I Have game

☑ a marker

#### How to Create:

☑ Line up your 10 sticks and write start (left-hand side) on the first one along with a problem (towards the middle).

☑ On the next stick write the answer (left-hand side) to the previous problem and a new problem (towards the middle).

☑ Keep going until you reach the last stick. On the last stick, write the answer to the previous problem and then write "end" instead of a new problem.

☑ Keep going until you reach the last stick. On the last stick, write the answer to the previous problem and then write "end" instead of a new problem.

#### How to solve the math puzzle:

☑ The students then mix up the sticks and reorder them solving each problem.

This activity can be used for any grade level of math.

This activity can be used for any grade level of math.

**FREE Resource: **

You can pick up Order of Operations with Exponents I Have It for

**free**in my Teachers Pay Teachers store.**Other I Have Math Sequence Puzzles:**

You can find other I Have versions in my TPT store.

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