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Action Verbs Review
Action Verbs Review
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Action Verbs Review
Can your students differentiate between action verbs and stative verbs? Use this lesson to review verb basics so that students can identify action verbs in a text.
5th grade
Lesson Plan
Irregular Verbs
Irregular Verbs
Worksheet
Irregular Verbs
Use this irregular verbs worksheet to give your child some irregular verbs exercises that will help develop her grammar skills and improve her writing.
3rd grade
Worksheet
Helping Verbs and Linking Verbs Story
Helping Verbs and Linking Verbs Story
Worksheet
Helping Verbs and Linking Verbs Story
Linking and helping verbs may not be the most exciting or understood verbs — but they are still important! Learn and practice these parts of speech with this interactive activity.
4th grade
Worksheet
Descriptive Verbs 1
Descriptive Verbs 1
Exercise
Descriptive Verbs 1
Show students how verbs can be used to add more character to a statement using descriptive verbs.
4th grade
Exercise
Identifying Action Verbs
Identifying Action Verbs
Worksheet
Identifying Action Verbs
Practice identifying action verbs with this comprehensive grammar page that teaches kids the difference between passive and active verbs.
3rd grade
Worksheet
Verbs that Start with L
Verbs that Start with L
Worksheet
Verbs that Start with L
Learning verbs is a breeze with this worksheet on verbs that start with L!
3rd grade
Worksheet
Identifying Verbs
Identifying Verbs
Worksheet
Identifying Verbs
Help your first grader get to know verbs by helping him identify them in a sentence.
1st grade
Worksheet
Intense Verbs
Intense Verbs
Lesson Plan
Intense Verbs
Saunter, jog, or dash over to this hands-on lesson, and you'll find a great way to teach your young readers about verbs. Through some fun rounds of charades, students will discover different action verbs and their degrees of intensity.
Kindergarten
Lesson Plan
Irregular Verbs in Context
Irregular Verbs in Context
Lesson Plan
Irregular Verbs in Context
Irregular verbs do not follow the same rules as other verbs. Use this lesson to teach your scholars how to form the past tense of irregular verbs and correctly use them in context.
2nd grade
Lesson Plan
Alphabetical Verbs
Alphabetical Verbs
Worksheet
Alphabetical Verbs
Introduce your energized kid to an alphabet worksheet full of enough verbs to tire even him out.
1st grade
Worksheet
Action Verbs
Action Verbs
Exercise
Action Verbs
Help students spice up their statements with action verbs that bring color to each sentence.
3rd grade
Exercise
Verbs that Start with T
Verbs that Start with T
Worksheet
Verbs that Start with T
This worksheet on verbs that start with T teaches your young learner to identify and write verbs.
3rd grade
Worksheet
Grammar Review: Verbs
Grammar Review: Verbs
Worksheet
Grammar Review: Verbs
Help your 5th grader to recognize and use verbs with this practice sheet. He can fill in the blanks, identify verbs, and correct the ones that are misused!
5th grade
Worksheet
Linking Verbs
Linking Verbs
Exercise
Linking Verbs
Help students connect the dots on the sometimes confusing subject of linking verbs with this exercise.
4th grade
Exercise
Spanish Verbs
Spanish Verbs
Worksheet
Spanish Verbs
Take action with this list of Spanish verbs! Soon your beginning Spanish speaker will have these memorized.
4th grade
Worksheet
Adventures with Action Verbs
Adventures with Action Verbs
Lesson Plan
Adventures with Action Verbs
Lights, camera, action (verbs)! After examining different action verbs, students put them to use when writing their own movie scenes.
2nd grade
Lesson Plan
Verbs That End With -ing
Verbs That End With -ing
Worksheet
Verbs That End With -ing
This worksheet focuses on the spelling rule for -ie verbs and changing them to verbs that end with -ing.
2nd grade
Worksheet
Verbs that Start with U
Verbs that Start with U
Worksheet
Verbs that Start with U
Understading verbs can be tricky! Use this handy worksheet on verbs that start with U to unravel the mystery of verb recognition.
3rd grade
Worksheet
Verbs That Start With "A"
Verbs That Start With "A"
Worksheet
Verbs That Start With "A"
'A' starts the alphabet and it will start your little learner on the road to success with verbs! This worksheet is all about 'A' verbs.
2nd grade
Worksheet
Find the Verbs
Find the Verbs
Worksheet
Find the Verbs
Word detectives use their savvy to sleuth out verbs in this engaging grammar worksheet.
3rd grade
Worksheet
Verbs Working Together: Helping and Linking Verbs
Verbs Working Together: Helping and Linking Verbs
Lesson Plan
Verbs Working Together: Helping and Linking Verbs
Linking and helping verbs may not be the most exciting or understood verbs — but they are still important! Learn and practice these parts of speech. Learn and practice these parts of speech with this lesson that incorporates interactive exercises.
4th grade
Lesson Plan
Verbs that Start with P
Verbs that Start with P
Worksheet
Verbs that Start with P
This worksheet about verbs that start with P emphasizes verb usage and vocabulary building with a quick exercise in reading and writing verbs.
3rd grade
Worksheet
Changing the "Y" Verbs
Changing the "Y" Verbs
Worksheet
Changing the "Y" Verbs
The verbs in each sentence are incorrect! Students will change the present tense verbs to past tense, using their knowledge about the final “y.”
3rd grade
Worksheet
Time for Action (Verbs)!
Time for Action (Verbs)!
Lesson Plan
Time for Action (Verbs)!
Action verbs bring writing to life! After examining different action verbs, students put them to use when writing their own stories about recess.
2nd grade
Lesson Plan
Using Action Verbs
Using Action Verbs
Worksheet
Using Action Verbs
An action verb is a verb that conveys action. Beginner writers can familiarize themselves with action verbs using this fun worksheet.
3rd grade
Worksheet

Verbs Resources

A verb describes an action, state of being, or something that has happened. It is an important part of speech, and can be used in several different ways. It is important that students understand verb tense, subject/object agreement, valency, and more. But, students can take simple steps to understanding how to use verbs with the Education.com resources below.

Learn More About Verbs

Verbs are very useful parts of speech that tell you what is happening, has happened, or will happen. To understand how to both understand and use verbs, there are several important aspects to verbs students should consider:
  • Infinitive: the most basic form of a verb is not conjugated.
  • Tense: a verb’s tense indicates the point in time in which an action occurred, i.e. present, past, future, etc.
  • Subject/object agreement: conjugation of a verb depends on the subject or object it is connected to.
Valency indicates how many subjects or objects a verb refers to. Three levels of valency are defined below:
  • Intransitive verbs only refer to a subject, e.g. “He is falling.”
  • Transitive verbs have both a subject and a direct object, e.g. “He has a motorcycle.”
  • Ditransitive verbs have a subject, direct object, and indirect object, e.g. “He made her something to eat.”
To teach students tenses, an easy starting place is infinitive verbs. Then, progress down the chart below:
  • Infinitive: “to + verb,” e.g. “to walk,” “to play,” etc.
  • Simple present: “He walks,” “He plays,” etc.
  • Simple progressive: “simple present verb + infinitive verb + ing,” e.g. “He is walking,” “He is playing,” etc.
  • Simple past: “He talked,” “He played,” etc.
  • Past continuous: “He was talking,” “He was playing,” etc.
  • Simple future: “He will talk,” “He will play,” etc.
  • Future continuous: “He will be talking,” “He will be playing,” etc.
There are many more tenses, and irregular verbs to master as well. Students who practice with the above Education.com resources will quickly learn how to use verbs.