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When Adverbs
When Adverbs
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When Adverbs
Learn about adverbs with this practice sheet that focuses on "when" adverbs.
1st grade
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ly Adverbs
ly Adverbs
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ly Adverbs
Get acquainted with -ly adverbs by transforming adjectives into adverbs, then plugging them into sentences.
4th grade
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Where Adverbs
Where Adverbs
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Where Adverbs
Most adverbs tell where, when or how something happened! Practice identifying where adverbs with this worksheet.
1st grade
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Admirable Adverbs!
Admirable Adverbs!
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Admirable Adverbs!
In this lesson, students work with adverbs every which way! They will be identifying different kinds of adverbs, sorting them, and making banks of adverbs to assist them in their own writing.
4th grade
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Adverbs Everywhere!
Adverbs Everywhere!
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Adverbs Everywhere!
Adverbs describe verbs and make writing more interesting. Through this activity, students will hone their sentence writing skills by describing action pictures using adverbs.
2nd grade
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All About Adverbs
All About Adverbs
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All About Adverbs
Boost your child's adverb vocabulary with this worksheet all about adverbs. It asks them to write adverbs beginning with various letters of the alphabet.
2nd grade
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Adverbs Practice #7
Adverbs Practice #7
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Adverbs Practice #7
Adverbs are words that describe verbs, and using them can really improve your writing style! Practice identifying and using adverbs with this worksheet.
3rd grade
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Correctly Use Adverbs
Correctly Use Adverbs
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Correctly Use Adverbs
You are on your way to the top as a writer if you can correctly use adverbs in sentences! Adverbs add description and information to a sentence. Use this lesson to teach your students how to use adverbs in sentences.
2nd grade
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Using Adverbs
Using Adverbs
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Using Adverbs
Get descriptive! This worksheet will help kids practice enhancing verbs and adjectives by using adverbs.
3rd grade
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All Kinds of Adverbs
All Kinds of Adverbs
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All Kinds of Adverbs
Discover the different kinds of adverbs with this simple activity. Students will use different kinds of adverbs to complete sentences.
4th grade
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Relative Adverbs
Relative Adverbs
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Relative Adverbs
Students who complete this exercise will be able to explain situations more clearly using adverbs.
5th grade
Exercise
Identifying Adverbs
Identifying Adverbs
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Identifying Adverbs
An adverb describes a verb. It tells where, when or how the verb happens. Can you recognize adverbs? They don't all end in "-ly"!
4th grade
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Adverbs for Kids
Adverbs for Kids
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Adverbs for Kids
Learning parts of speech? Use this basic worksheet that explains adverbs for kids!
1st grade
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Sorting Out Adverbs
Sorting Out Adverbs
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Sorting Out Adverbs
Adverbs can express location, time, frequency, manner, or degree. In this exercise, students will identify at least seven adverbs of each kind and sort them into a graphic organizer
4th grade
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Adverbs in a Script
Adverbs in a Script
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Adverbs in a Script
Use this worksheet to help your students practice identifying adverbs.
4th grade
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Adverbs #9
Adverbs #9
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Adverbs #9
Improve vocabulary and writing style as you review parts of speech with your young writer! He'll practice identifying and using adverbs in sentences.
3rd grade
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What Are Adverbs?
What Are Adverbs?
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What Are Adverbs?
This worksheet offers helpful practice for students as they learn to correctly identify and use adverbs in sentences.
2nd grade
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Wildly Awesome Adverbs
Wildly Awesome Adverbs
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Wildly Awesome Adverbs
This grammar worksheet not only reviews adverbs, but it also requires your child's creativity!
4th grade
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Always Use Adverbs
Always Use Adverbs
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Always Use Adverbs
Always use adverbs in simple sentences to make them more descriptive! Use this lesson with your students to teach them about three important jobs of adverbs and how to use them in sentences to make their writing pop.
3rd grade
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Grammar Review: Adverbs
Grammar Review: Adverbs
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Grammar Review: Adverbs
In this worksheet, learners will practice identifying, writing, and correcting adverbs in three sets of practice problems.
5th grade
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Adverbs Practice #8
Adverbs Practice #8
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Adverbs Practice #8
In this worksheet, learners will practice identifying adverbs that describe verbs, then compose three sentences of their own.
3rd grade
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All About Adverbs: Verbs and Adverbs #2
All About Adverbs: Verbs and Adverbs #2
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All About Adverbs: Verbs and Adverbs #2
Help your child conquer verbs and adverbs with this worksheet that asks them to identify these important parts of speech in a sentence.
2nd grade
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All About Adverbs: How Likely?
All About Adverbs: How Likely?
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All About Adverbs: How Likely?
Introduce your child to the wonderful world of adverbs with this worksheet that tells all about adverbs of probability that describe how likely something is.
2nd grade
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Adverbs Practice #3
Adverbs Practice #3
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Adverbs Practice #3
Children get familiar with adverbs — descriptive words that tell how, where, or when — with this parts of speech worksheet.
3rd grade
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All About Adverbs: Writing Sentences #1
All About Adverbs: Writing Sentences #1
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All About Adverbs: Writing Sentences #1
Can your child identify adverbs in a sentence? Boost her adverb skills with a new challenge: writing her own sentences using adverbs.
2nd grade
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Adverb Resources

An adverb is a part of speech that modifies, or changes the meaning of, a verb, an adjective, another adverb, a noun phrase, a clause, or even a whole sentence. Teaching kids how to use adverbs properly will give them the tools to jazz up their language. Use our resources below to start building their adverb vocabulary.

Learn More About Adverbs

The definition of an adverb is broad, but it’s helpful to think of it as giving us extra information about the other parts of speech. So while a verb tells us an action, an adverb gives us the character of that action. It often ends in the suffix “-ly” so it’s easy to identify. It expresses manner, place, time, frequency, level of certainty and more.

Some common examples are: carefully, beautifully, angrily, stupidly, loudly, rapidly

Adverbs, or adverbial clauses and phrases, also answer these questions: How? When? Where? Why? To what extent?

Some of the different kinds of adverbs include:
  • Adverbs of manner describe how something happens.
    Example: I ate my sandwich quickly.
  • Adverbs of time indicate when things happen.
    Example: I will clean my room tomorrow.
  • Adverbs of place describe where the action happened.
    Example: I left my book upstairs.
  • Adverbs of purpose tell us why something happens.
    Example: I ate the sandwich because I was hungry.
  • Adverbs of completeness tells us the extent of the action.
    Example: I am almost finished with my homework.
  • Adverbs of frequency tell us how often something happens.
    Example: My sister is always late.

  • Without adverbs, our language would be lackluster. Having a greater understanding of how they can enhance our sentences will make writing fun for kids. Try our worksheets, activities and games, and watch their imaginations flourish.