Tired of hearing, "Has the bell rang yet?" or "I seen it"?
This 84-page document is designed to be cut, laminated, and punched to make a spiral-bound booklet of present, past, and past participle tenses of irregular verbs. The booklet will tell you that the correct wording should be "Has the bell rung, yet?" and "I saw it" or "I've seen it."
I recommend that pages one and two be printed on cardstock, as they are the front and back covers of the booklet. The other pages (content) can be printed on regular paper. Before laminating everything, you should cut the left column and bottom row off the content pages. This leaves pages of three columns and two rows of verbs to be laminated and punched. Note: When punching the content pages, be sure to position them so that they will properly fit at the top, right position inside the covers. If done correctly, the blue column and row on the inside back cover will be visible as you flip through each of the content pages in the book.
This material can be separated into several smaller books. If you wish, instead of making booklets, you can use these pages as handouts for students to study in class or as homework. They are especially excellent for ELD.
The verb sheets are not in any particular order, but you can put them in your preferred order as you make your booklet.
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