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  • Great for quick revision. Even better would be if all the different tense types could be included in one game, with the children rolling a number for each tense type... is that a possibility?

    , Feb 26th
    • Hi repreecedawson,
      That sounds like a fabulous idea! I will pass this over to our lovely teacher to team to see if this is something they can do :)

      , Feb 26th
  • Great for a quick revision starter activity in the run up to SATs GPS test

    , Apr 21st
  • Independent work.

    , Jan 7th
  • Just what I need for transition day :)

    , Jul 8th
    • Hi lyndasmusic,
      Great to hear it will be so useful :) Thanks for your feedback!

      , Jul 8th
Present Perfect Tense Dice Activity

Present Perfect Tense Dice Activity - Use role-play to help your class practice using the present perfect tense! This doctor-themed dice activity is suitable for pairs or small groups.
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