Worksheets: present perfect tense
Students make a noughts-and-crosses grid on a piece of loose paper. Then they write the missing information (numbers) from the worksheet in the squares. Then exchange grids and guess what each number refers to. (They can either make statements (simple version) or form questions (more challenging)
24 squares with past simple / present perfect simple multiple choice questsion Could be done as a board game, a card game using a snakes and ladders board, or simply read out in turns.
Practises present pefect simple and continuous
Noughts and crosses type activity where Ss write short answers to questions on a nine-square grid. They then give this to their partner who has to guess the meaning of the statements
Illustrates three main concepts of present perfect (life experience, for /since / event with present relevance. Grammar analysis + pair work
Ss match examples to three main uses of present perfect simple Revised, 2015