When we are talking or writing about actions (verbs) that have not taken place, yet we are looking to form the verb in the future tense. The most common form of this is when we are placing the word "will" before the verb in question. This form used within sentences is referred to as simple future tense. If you have an event taking place in the future that will be ongoing you would use the future progressive tense. This is usually seen by placing the words "will be" before the verb. The future perfect tense is used when we know something will be completed down the road in time, but we just are not sure when that will occur. The words "will have" are usually found in front of these words. Alternatively, when you know of an ongoing action that at a specific time will complete, you would use the future perfect progressive tense.
In most circumstances when we are talking about the future tense many times the verb will have -ing added to it. You will find the need to focus all four of the different forms of future tense in your writing often. Make sure to just take your time and see which version would make it the clearest for your audience. The goal of these worksheets is to improve student grammar and syntax by writing sentences and forming questions based on prompts. We also have students edit sentences to change the entire message that was originally presented. We start this skill by immersing students in the writing process. If you see that a student is struggling, we offer worksheets in the middle of the pack to just work on simple word placement. We finish off by offering a series of scenarios where we ask students to write original and creative thoughts that use this skill to improve the concepts.