On this second grade reading and writing worksheet, kids carefully, cheerfully, and maybe even quickly circle the adverbs that modify the underlined verbs.
If you're looking for a way to teach your kids more about adverbs, this simple worksheet is the way to go.
Get acquainted with -ly adverbs by transforming adjectives into adverbs, then plugging them into sentences.
Kids practice identifying the verb in each sentence, then finding the adverb that describes it to help them see how each part of speech works.
Kids learn about adverbs in this worksheet that challenges them to identify the adverb in each sentence, then categorize them as describing how, when, or where.
Can your child think of a few adverbs to describe the actions of the people in this worksheet? She'll gain a better understanding of adverbs as she works.
All the adverbs in this worksheet tell how often an action happens. Help your child get to know adverbs of frequency with this fill in the blanks worksheet.
Boost your child's adverb vocabulary with this worksheet all about adverbs. It asks him to write adverbs beginning with various letters of the alphabet.
Can your child identify adverbs in a sentence? Boost her adverb skills with a new challenge: writing her own sentences using adverbs.
Help your child conquer verbs and adverbs with this worksheet that asks him to identify these important parts of speech in a sentence.