Printables for This Topic:
Summer Fun! – Sprinkle
a few words in there to make a real difference.
– We have an answer key here as a guideline. The answer truly are
Adverbs – Which word
does the adjective describe in each sentence.
How | When
| Where – An adverb tells you how, when or where something happens.
Many adverbs end in the letters -ly.
or Adverb? – Determine which word the underlined word describes,
and write it on the first line. Then decide if the word it describes
is a noun or a verb, and write it on the second line.
Is That Your
Dog? – In each sentence there is a word underlined. Is it a
noun or a verb? Decide which word in the bone belongs in the blank
in the sentence.
Trip – In each sentence below, circle the word that is being
modified. Then choose either the adjective or adverb to fill in the
Race – Kiera works for the school newspaper. Help her improve
her story about the big go cart race by adding adjectives or adverbs
in the blanks.
Adverbs – Many adverbs end in -ly. But when you compare two
actions, the adverb often ends in -er or -est.
| Adverbs – Add every adjective you find to the adjective list.
Add every adverb you find to the adverb list. Turn the page over if
you need more room.
– Match the underlined word in each sentence with the correct description.