Adverb Worksheets To Print:
In Disguise - See if
you can find those sneaky little words.
A Verb's BFF - This sentences
need a good rewrite and you are just the person to do it.
When? - A great active activity
for all learners at this level.
Hidden Adverbs -
Find the hidden adverbs in the forest. Circle the adverbs you find.
Adverb Race - If you
find them all and cross the finish line, he wins. Be careful, though.
Use Those Adverbs
- Pick 5 adverbs from the word bank to include in your text message.
Circle the adverbs you use.
Filling Adverbs -
Write a haiku about butterflies. Use at least three adverbs in your
haiku from the cloud banks.
Fishing for Adverbs
- In the creek are many adverbs. Catch all the adverbs by circling
them. Don't catch the verbs, adjectives, or nouns, though!
Where Are The Adverbs?
- The verb is underline in each sentence. Find and circle the adverbs
that modify each verb.
Chores - You will
find a list of chores. On the line, write a sentence containing an
adverb that describes how you do that chore. Underline the adverb.
What's Been Modified?
- Tell if the word it describes (or modifies) is a verb, an adjective,
or an adverb.
Question Answering -
Complete each sentence by adding the missing term. Use
the clues inside the parentheses to help you.
- You will identify the term in each sentence and then also point out the verb that it modifies and changes slightly.
Writing with Them -
Rewrite each sentence, adding
information that answers the question in parentheses.
- You will spot them in sentences, but in some cases the sentences will completely lack them.
Add Details -
Rewrite each sentence three times. Each time, add
information that answers the question in the left column.
Answer Questions -
Write five sentence about each picture. In each sentence, use a term that answers the prompt.
- This is a brainstorming activity that we suggest that you use as complete class.
Find Them -
Sort through all thirty-five of these words.
- You will change one part of speech into a completely different form to make the sentences pop a bit more.
How to Use -ly -
You can turn many adjectives into adverbs by adding - ly to the end
of the adjective. If the adjective ends in a consonant then y, change
the y to i before adding -ly. If the adjective ends in a vowel then an l, keep the l
and add an additional -ly.
- These will often require you to think up an accompanying word to complete your mission.
Writing with Them -
We give you a word and you use it in your very own sentence. Get creative with it!
More Worksheets on This Topic:
Adverbs vs. Adjectives - They sever similar purposes, but we spend some time showing you the clear difference between the two.
When to Use Them - This can be a difficult for students well into their middle school years. Why not work on mastering it now?