English grammar for kids: verb have got games

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English verbs: classroom games

Board and card game
This is a board game with cards for 2 - 4 players (or teams). There are 3 kinds of cards: green to practise the positive form, red to practise the negative form, and pink cards to practise making questions in English. View resources »

English verbs: grammar games

Guessing game
This is a fun question game for 2 players (or teams). In this game, there is one person asking questions (Player Q) and the other person answering questions (Player A). You can play this game using a board with cards, or game boards only (one for each player). View resources »

English verbs: games for ESL kids

Loop game
It's a fun whole-class reaction exercise to practise have got, has got. In this loop game, there are no loosers or winners, and it doesn't have an end, so you should set up a specific time or number of rounds. View resources »

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Posters to present and teach the verb have got in English.

Fun, challenging activities to practise the verb have got in English.