Future Tense Verb Worksheets To Print:
Flashcards - Print as a double‐sided worksheet, so the cards match up to make flashcards. Practice the flashcards and put them into
sentences with a partner.
Lots of words down to choose from. Complete the crossword puzzle. Be sure to include spaces.
What a Tense Party!
- A real potpourri of activity in this worksheet. You will practice fixing sentences and writing your own with the proper grammar and mechanics.
Beach Day! - This is a great critical thinking activity for kids. In the "Verb" column, make a list of verbs that you plan on
doing at a beach (i.e. swim, play, etc.). Switch papers with a partner. In
the "Sentence" column, use the verb (in future tense) in a sentence. Be
sure to use at least one of each simple, perfect, progressive and perfect
A Camping We Will Go!
- Who doesn't love a great camping story? Underline and number all the uses of this form of tense. You will then determine a corresponding word.
The Ole' Switcharoo!
- Make copies of passages of a story that contains no future tense
verbs, or let them choose their own book.
- Choose the correct form of the verb. You will have three to choose from.
Seeing into the
Future - Write one verb phrase each for simple, present, progressive,
and present progressive future tense.
Forms - Change each verb in the parenthesis into the
the proper form that is required. The form you are changing is found within parenthesis.
What Will You
Do? - Imagine you are planning a trip. You can go anywhere and
do anything. On each line below, write a sentence about where you will
go and what you will do?
Future Tense - Next to each sentence, write what tense the verb
is in (simple, progressive, perfect, perfect progressive).
Creations - Use each verb in a sentence. Make sure to transform
the verb into the future progressive tense.
Writing In This Form - Write the correct form of each verb according to what
is in the parentheses. Then, use the phrase in a sentence.
Fill-in-the-Blank - Using the verbs in the word bank, write
the verbs in the proper form on the blanks.