Principal Parts of Regular Verbs Center Activity for small groups or independent literacy station work during guided reading. Students read a sentence and decide if the sentence is present, present participle, past or past participle. Next complete a chart using all 4 parts, present, present participle, past, or past participle.
Task Page (I print 8 for independent work stations)
2 Recording Sheets
Instructions on assembling the center
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Here’s the Full Listing of Verb Resources
Verb Tense, When Did It Happen
Find the Correct Verb and Tense
Find and Fix the Verb Tense
Find the Verb Shift in a Paragraph
More Conditional Sentences
Verb Tense Bundle
Identifying Past Perfect, Present Perfect, Future Perfect Tense
Past Perfect, Present Perfect, Future Perfect Tense Writing Sentences
Past Perfect, Present Perfect, Future Perfect Tense I Have Who Has
Past Perfect, Present Perfect, Future Perfect Tense Bundle
Main and Helping Verbs
Action and Linking Verbs
Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs
Principal Parts of Regular Verbs
Troublesome Verbs, sit set, lie lay, rise raise,
Verbs, Action Linking Helping
State of Being Verbs
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Resources for the Whole Year
Paragraph of the Week
Book Talks, Book Report
Grammar Center Activities for the Year
Greek and Latin Word Study and Student Created Games
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