Have Has Grammar

Have Has Grammar
Have Has Grammar
Have Has Grammar
Have Has Grammar
Have Has Grammar
Have Has Grammar
Have Has Grammar
Have Has Grammar
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Have vs Has
Visit here >>> Lesson Plan on teaching the verb 'To have'.

This product aims to teach the present forms of the verb ‘To have’: Have and Has. It is a bundle that consists of a variety of materials: Posters, flashcards, the cookie jar sorting game, and worksheets.

Measurable Learning Outcomes: After this lesson, students should be able to:
• Apply relevant grammar rules to distinguish between the usage of ‘Have’ and ‘Has’.
• Demonstrate how to use ‘Have’ and ‘Has’ by forming three-word sentences using the verbs (Eg. I have brown eyes.).
• Become more confident in communicating in English. (Understanding grammar merely helps introduce clarity to students’ learning experience but they shouldn’t be treated as the end goal!)

• 3 Posters stating the grammar rules and usage of 'Have' and 'Has'. (Color + BW)

(The flashcards cover the three most commonly uses of the verb 'to have': (1)Possession, (2)Relationship, (3)Characteristics.)
• 40 Sentence Structure Flashcards (Color + BW)
These flashcards include a picture + sentence with the relevant form of ‘have’. For example, one of the flashcards show a girl with a cupcake, under it is the sentence “She has a cupcake.” The verbs are color coded in blue.
• 40 Fill-in-the-missing-verb Flashcards (Color + BW)
Cut out the ‘have’ and ‘has’ word cards and laminate them for duration. Pick a few of these worksheets to use or if you like, go through all of them at once! Ask your students to put the correct form ‘have’ onto the blank box. You can use blue-tag to stick the word card on temporarily.

• Cookie Jar Sorting Game (30 Cookie Task Cards + 2 Jars)
Each cookie task card is written with a fill-in-the-blank sentence. Students need to figure out what form of ‘have’ to use for the sentence. They need to put the cookie into the right jar. There are two jars, 1 labeled ‘have’ and 1 labeled ‘has’. Before you play this game, cut the cookies out (I usually cut around the cookies so no white parts are around it. So when kids put the cookie in the jar, it actually looks like it’s inside the jar!). Laminate the cookies cut out for duration.

• 8 Worksheets (BW only) – cut and paste the verbs to complete sentences, fill-in-the-blank with the verbs, describe yourself using the verbs, monster-themed worksheets requiring students to draw their own monster and to describe it in four sentences using the verbs, etc.

All posters and flashcards are in A4 size. If you find A4 size too big, you can easily adjust the size through the PDF print settings .
Step 1. Launch print dialog.
Step 2. Set page scaling to ‘Multiple Pages Per sheet’.
Step 3. Set the pages per sheet as you wish.

List of three-word sentences covered in the cookie fill-in-the-blank task cards.
There are 6 different examples for each of the 10 different subject pronouns or nouns covered in the bundle.

(1) Subject Pronoun: I:
• I _____ a blue shirt. (possession/ownership)
• I _____ two best friends. (relationship)
• I _____ green eyes. (characteristic)

(2) Subject Pronoun: You
• You _____ a bowl of rice. (possession/ownership)
• You _____ one child. (relationship)
• You _____ blonde hair. (characteristic)

(3) Subject Pronoun: We
• We _____ cookies. (possession/ownership)
• We _____ a sister. (relationship)
• We _____ long legs. (characteristic)

(4) Subject Pronoun: She
• She _____ a pencil case. (possession/ownership)
• She _____ a stepmother. (relationship)
• She _____ short hair. (characteristic)

(5) Subject Pronoun: He
• He _____ a pen. (possession/ownership)
• He _____ a friend from China. (relationship)
• He _____ curly hair. (characteristic)
…and more advanced sentences using ‘to have’:
• We _____ a surprise for you.
• We _____ heard the story.
• We _____ Science class.

(6) Subject Pronoun: They
• They _____ pink socks. (possession/ownership)
• They _____ cool parents. (relationship)
• They _____ red cheeks. (characteristic)

(7) Subject Pronoun: It
• It _____ candies inside. (possession/ownership)
• It _____ many monster friends. (relationship)
• It _____ long ears. (characteristic)

(8) Noun: Names (singular + plural)
• Amy _____ five books. (possession/ownership)
• Tom _____ three siblings. (relationship)
• Mr. Smith _____ no children. (characteristic)

(9) Noun: Objects (singular + plural)
• The box _____ cards. (possession/ownership)
• The backpack _____ books. (relationship)
• The book _____ a blue cover. (characteristic)

(10) Noun: Animals (singular + plural)
• The cat _____ a long tail. (possession/ownership)
• The dog _____ many babies. (relationship)
• Zebras _____ black and white stripes. (characteristic)

List of three-word sentences covered in the flashcards.
The three-word sentences structures either begin with subject pronouns (7 different subject pronouns: I, You, We, He, She, It, They) or nouns (Ie. names, objects, animals, etc.)

Possession of objects (Puppet-themed and Cupcake-themed which is a little more advanced.)
• I have a puppet.
• You have a puppet.
• We have a puppet.
• She has a puppet.
• He has a puppet.
• They have puppets.
• It has a puppet.
• The monster has a puppet.
• The monsters have puppets.
• I have a cupcake.
• You have a cupcake.
• We have a cupcake.
• Amy has a cupcake.
• Tom has a cupcake.
• Ted and Ann have a cupcake.
• It has a cupcake.
• The jar has a cupcake.
• The monsters have a cupcake.

• I have a friend.
• You have a friend.
• We have a friend.
• She has a dog.
• He has a cat.
• They have children.
• It has an English teacher.
• The monster has a friend.
• The monsters have friends.

• I have brown hair.
• You have...eyes. (Eg. You have brown eyes.)
• We have a nose.
• She has long hair.
• He has a moustache.
• They have curly hair.
• It has brown fur.
• The monster has four arms.
• The fairies have wings.

File format:
The product is in a zip file format. When you open the product, there will be two folders: color and black and white version. Simply open the one that you need. Please note that there is only black and white versions for worksheets.

This teaching material is Copyright © 2017 to Roller English.
Permission to copy for single classroom use and private use only. If you are purchasing for more than one teacher, please buy additional licenses which are offered at a 50% discount.

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Product's most recent update: 7 July 2016

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