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Present Perfect Tense Year 3 Grammar Worksheets Lesson Pack

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This powerful KS2 grammar resources pack provides everything you need to teach a series of five lessons on the present perfect tense, culminating in an extended writing task where children can use their grammatical understanding in context.

This primary resource pack includes:

  • PowerPoint
    With explanations, examples and activities to introduce this topic to your class
  • Present perfect challenge sheet
    Complete sentences in the present perfect form by adding in the correct words, circle the correct word for sentences to be in the present perfect tense, use each of the words listed in a sentence in the present perfect tense and use the image provided to write a five-sentence story where one sentence must be written in the present perfect tense
  • Uplevelling sheet
    Rewrite the sentences to make them more interesting. Make sure to use the present perfect form as well as other writing techniques
  • Image card PDFs
    Image prompt cards to practise using the present perfect tense. These come in two sizes – A4, and smaller images with room around them to make notes
  • Writing plan
    Includes images and writing prompts to help plan a short story
  • Teacher’s notes

What is the present perfect tense?

The present perfect tense is used to describe:

1. Something which has just completed (I have finished my dinner)

2. Something which has happened, but still has an effect on what is happening now (Jim has broken his arm)

3. Something which has happened over a long period, but isn’t finished yet (Tom has raced every Saturday for a year)

National Curriculum English programme of study links

Pupils should be taught to use the present perfect form of verbs in contrast to the past tense

  • PowerPoint
  • Present perfect tense worksheets
  • Image cards
  • Writing plan
  • Uplevelling sentences worksheet
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