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This activity includes a past and present sorting mat, 42 irregular past and present verb cards, and an open-ended board game, all with adorable bu...

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I have/Who Has game cards for irregular past tense verbs

  • Becky Raymond

    yikes! as a writer an and an educator with a master's degree, these cards are all wrong. It's either "I began" or "I have begun," I sang or I have sung, I bought (I don't think there's even an "I have" option for this verb) or I ate or I have eaten.

  • Fishy Robb

    These cards are not wrong. It is an "I have, who has game" for past tense verbs. It is not for past participle. One student says, "I have 'bought.' Who has the past tense of eat?" The next person would say, "I have 'ate.' Who has the past tense of...?" They are asking, "Who has..." whatever verb they are looking for and the next person is answering with, "I have it."

  • JWDesigns

    I understand them. You have to know how to play "I Have... Who Has". I have several sets. Like if you were doing numbers, The kid with the first card would say "I have 5... Who has 7?" And then the student with the 7 card responds with I have 7...Who has 9?", and so on. Maybe that make it a little simpler. Fishy's set makes perfect sense in light of how the game is played.

  • Lisa Sherey Simpson

    I get it. Maybe changing it to "I have the word "bought"..... Vs. "I have bought.... to make it clearer for some people.

Reflexive Pronouns for the Second Grade Common Core- A nine page pack focusing on reflexive pronouns. It includes a noun and reflexive pronoun cut and paste sort, a board game, and three single page stories with missing reflexive pronouns (students will be asked to fill in the reflexive pronouns from a word bank). The board game includes an answer key so partners can check their understanding as they play. The activities work well as literacy centers. $

$1.00 - How much fun is the game of Scoot?! It's fast paced, exciting, and tons of fun for children. This irregular past tense verb Scoot game will surely engage the children. It comes with directions, 3 grids (one for 18 students, one for 21 students, and one for 24 students) and 24 question cards.

irregular past tense verb practice

Irregular Verbs Tenses game - I have who, who has... (Present to past tense) Copy, cut and play. We all love follow me games!