To Be and Have Got: Worksheets for Children

I've already presented an exercise in a previous post called

I finally found the time to complete the activity by adding the interrogative and negative forms of the verb.

But not only that! Here you can see 3 more pages about HAVE GOT and its affirmative, interrogative and negative forms. 

Like the very first one these worksheets they are based on three easy steps.

First: (Visual memory + craft activity) cut out the verb and shuffle it.

Second: (Visual identification + craft activity) paste the pieces of the 'puzzle' in the right order.

Third: (Writing + challenging activity) write the verb faster than your classmates.  

Have a great time!


TO BE and HAVE GOT: Hojas de ejercicios para niños

Ya os presenté una ficha sobre el verbo 'To be' en un post anterior: 

Por fin encontré el tiempo de completar la actividad con otra dos páginas en las que se presentan ejercicios para aprender respectivamente su forma negativa e interrogativa.

Además he añadido 3 páginas más relativas a la construcción verbal 'Have got' y sus formas negativa e interrogativa.

Cada hoja de trabajo se basa en tres puntos claves:
- El 1er ejercicio activa la memoria visual y la capacidad manual del niño.
- El 2do recurre a la identificación visual y, otra vez, a la capacidad manual del niño.
- El 3ro es una actividad escrita asociada a un reto, para que resulte más interesante.


I design series of activities based on a communicative method that will help children to practice the grammar they're learning at school.

Many ESL activities, I see, are nothing more than 'fill in the blank' exercises that only teach kids how to fill in blanks and miss the whole point of learning to speak and understand a new language.

It's much easier and more fun to learn by doing, and you'll be surprised at how quickly you'll see valuable results. 

You can get my activities on my online store:

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