Shifts in Verb Tense Worksheets:
Little Cyclone – Which
sentence makes more sense, based on what you have read?
Verb Tense – Express the
timing on something based on tenses.
A Storm at Sea
– Underline the verbs in the sentences below. Then write the future
tense of each on the line.
Back to School
– Circle the verb(s) in each sentence. If it is an action verb,
write an A above the verb. If it is a state of being verb, write a
B above the verb.
Mantis – Underline the verbs in each sentence below. Write
whether they are present or past tense on the line. Then rewrite the
sentence in future tense.
Music Play! – The paragraph below is from the novel The Secret
Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Read the paragraph, paying careful
attention to the verb tenses that are used. Then answer the questions.
The Ride of
Paul Revere – Read each sentence below. Then match the sentence
with the information that the verb tense give you.
Consistency – Read each set of verbs below. Then use the numbered
columns to put them in chronological order. Follow the example.
Verb Tenses – Complete each sentence by adding to each subject
a verb or a verb clause showing action or state of being.