No matter if you’re teaching adverbs with high school students or young children, these five free worksheets will keep your students engaged and wanting to learn more. They are created by teachers and are free to download and use. If you share them just point them here as it helps us as well as you 🙂
Adverb worksheets help to consolidate students work and are a good way to gauge if the class as a while have understood the lessons and lesson content. These worksheets are aimed to appeal to multiple abilities and learning styles.
Give your students a new learning experience today. These are great for review or as an introduction to the topic. You will find that your students love these Adverb worksheets and their scaffolded and modern design.
You can download the set of five worksheets from the button below. However we have more resources on adverbs, adjectives and action verbs below this as well. Hope they are helpful.
A set of five adverb worksheets which include the following
1) An Adverbs Of Frequency coloring page for students to color and learn the differences between adverbs, adjectives and nouns.
2) 3 close activities / adverb worksheets asking students to try to write the missing adverb correctly and spot the verb it is changing.
3) A circle and write the adverb activity they can use to spot both the verb being described and the adverb that is doing it.
These worksheets are scaffolded with instructions and descriptions of what an adverb is to help students who are struggling with this concept. We also have an article to help you learn more about adverbs and some of the exceptions to them.
Adverbs are words that can change or add meaning to verbs, adjectives or even other adverbs. When you add an adverb it can give information on how, where, when, how often, why, and how much the action is happening.
An adverb is a part of speech that modifies a verb, an adjective, another adverb, or a whole sentence.
Examples: I really like her new book.
I really like it when she writes with passion.
the cat moves more quickly than the dog
She continually makes me laugh.
If we are describing how an action occurs we often add ”ly” at the end of an adjective to create an adverb. for example. I am happily giving you these worksheets to make your English lessons.
Adverbs are a difficult concept to learn but will help add depth to students writing and speech, although these are good for older students they can be used with any grade level if the students are ready to tackle more focused grammar concepts
Also, you can print these adverb worksheets out in color or grayscale so you can use them in any manner you choose-in a classroom, home school group, or independent study class or self-study program.
If you are looking for other resources we have a large collection of activities for adjectives and verbs here. They are 13 worksheets and activities in each set which should cover the range of abilities in most classes.
We also have an article on 20 free adjectives activities for home and classroom as well. The link is below.
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