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Using this Circle & Underline Adverb Worksheet, students read ten sentences and circle examples of adverbs.
Adverbs describe the action that is happening.This adverb worksheet is a perfect introduction to adverbs, so that students can clearly understand and find examples of an adverb.
First, read the sentences. Then, circle the adverb in the sentence. Once you have found the adverb, write it on the line provided. Challenge yourself to continue your practice with adverbs by choosing 2-3 sentences to draw an example of the adverb describing the verb.
If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about adverbs.
Use this When Adverbs Worksheet as an additional resource for your students.
Before beginning this worksheet, you may review that adjectives describe nouns. Explain that adverbs describe verbs. First, introduce this lesson by listening to the Have Fun Teaching Verb Song. Remind students that adverbs describe verbs like in the song.Then, have students work independently or with a small group to find adverbs. Finally, students use examples from the worksheet in their own writing.
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