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Using this Classifying Nouns, Verbs, or Adjectives Worksheet, students sort objects into three categories based on what part of speech it is.
Using Has, Have, Had Verb Worksheet, students conjugate verb HAS through the different conjugations depending on the subject of the sentence.
Using Fill in the Blanks Verb Worksheet, students fill in the blanks with verbs to build their understanding of parts of speech.
Using this Adverb Cooking Dinner Story Worksheet, students find examples of adverbs in a story about cooking dinner.
Using these Action Verbs Flash Cards, students improve their verb vocabulary by having a set of words they can use in their writing.
Using this Noun, Adjective, and Verb Activity, students sort examples of nouns, verbs, and adjectives into categories to build their parts of speech understanding.
Using Identifying Verb Tenses Worksheet, students indicate whether each sentence’s verb is written in the past, present, or future tense.
Using this Use Irregular Verbs Worksheet, students write the irregular past tense form of the verb to practice verb conjugation.
Using Has Have Had Fill in Blank Worksheet , students conjugate verb HAS through the different conjugations depending on the subject of the sentence.
Using this When Adverbs Worksheet, students write adverbs to describe the verbs using questions as a guide.
Using Raking Leaves Verbs Activity, students play a match game to match the pictures of verbs to the action word.
Using Is Am Are Fill in Blank Worksheet, students conjugate verb IS through the different conjugations depending on the subject of the sentence.
Using this Adverb Movie Worksheet, students find examples of adverbs in a story about going to a movie.
Using Was Were Fill in the Blank Worksheet, students conjugate verb WAS through the different conjugations depending on the subject of the sentence.
Using Finding Linking Verbs Worksheet, students look for linking verbs in the provided sentences.
Using the Verb Rap Song (Audio), students will be able to define, give examples and use verbs in their own writing using the catchy and memorable lyrics.
Using Verb Opposites Worksheet, students read the words on the left and find its opposite match on the right.
Using Past Present Future Tense Activity, students match the Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Cards with the correct Past, Present or Future statement.