Verbs and adverbs are the action heros of the language arts world. Third graders will be learning how to use these parts of speech this year, and you can support them with this guided lesson. Written by curriculum experts, this lesson provides kids with grammar instruction and plenty of examples of verbs and adverbs. For more printable practise with verbs and adverbs, check out the accompanying worksheets.
This lesson includes 5 printable learning activities.
Action VerbsHelp students spice up their statements with action verbs that bring colour to each sentence.
Irregular Verbs 1English is full of exceptions, and this exercise gives students an introduction to some of the many irregular verbs.
Choose Verb Tense 1With so many different types of verbs, students will need an overview on the many other verbs that exist.
Present Tense Verbs 1Give students an introduction to the most simple of verbs with this exercise on the present tense.
Past Tense Verbs 1This introduction to past tense verbs will give students the confidence to describe recently passed actions.
Future Tense Verbs 1Looking forward, students will love being able to describe events they are anticipating after learning the future tense of verbs.
Helping Verbs 1Students will be able to add a layer of complexity to their verbiage with this exercise that introduces helping verbs.
How, When, and Where Adverbs 1Students will be able to explain a situation clearly after completing this educational exercise on how, when, and where adverbs.
Comparative AdverbsThis exercise applies students’ understanding of adjectives to learning how to use adverbs, words that modify actions.

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