Linking Verbs. Helper Verbs. Have, Has, Had
Need to work on the correct usage of linking verbs HAVE, HAS, and HAD with your students? This 20-page resource is designed for center use, individual seat work and/or differentiated settings including speech therapy.
What Is Included?
• 24 Task Cards (each with one sentence and a choice of two linking verbs, one of which is the correct answer)
• 3 Secret "Decoder" Glasses
• 4 Recording Sheets (one of which requires no writing)
• Instructions Page with photos of the finished product
• 4 Answer Keys for Each Recording Sheet
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