This activity is to practice using "has" and "have" correctly in sentences. There are 20 statements using "has" as the main verb and 20 statements using "have" as the main verb. There are 10 statements using "has" as a helping verb and 10 statements using "have" as a helping verb. There are 10 questions beginning with "has" and 10 questions beginning with "have". Finally, there are 20 additional questions using "has" and "have". There are a total of 100 sentences with this activity.
Preparation: Print, laminate, and cut the dogs and the bones.
To Play: For younger students or struggling readers, read the sentences. Have the students decide whether to feed each bone to the “has” dog or the “have” dog. For older students, let them read the sentences and then complete the activity.
Variation: Attach dogs to tissue boxes and have the students put each bone inside the appropriate box.