Identifying the Meaning of Helping Verbs – What is the purpose of each verb here?
Auxiliary Multiple Choice – Which one fills it completely?
Differentiating Verbs – Is it a big helper?
Separating Verb Phrases – There are a great many verbs going on here.
Auxiliary Verbs in Context – Fill in all of those missing verbs.
Making Sentence with Verb Phrases – Brainstorm verb phrases that contain a helping verb for 8 minutes.
Writing & Finding Helping Verbs – Write eight sentences using helping verbs (be, can, could, do, have, may, might, must, shall, should, will, would).
Writing Be, Do, Have – Write the correct form of the auxiliary verb for each sentence.
Have You Seen Helping Verbs in Action? – Find a passage or short story (or create your own) that contains at least 6 helping verbs, make copies, and pass out to students.
Can vs. May – May is used for permission to do something while can is used for the ability to do something. Fill in the blanks with either can or may.
Identifying Auxiliary Verbs – Circle the auxiliary verb in each sentence.
Same Verb, Different Meaning – Create a sentence using helping verbs with the appropriate meaning.
Be, Do, Have Multiple Choice – Choose the correct form of be, do, and have for each sentence.
A Little Help From Have – Fill in the blanks with the appropriate form of "have."
Writing with Auxiliary Verbs – Write a sentence using the given auxiliary verb. You may use any form of the verb as long as it's still acting as an auxiliary.