It’s time to adjust those adjectives so they are adverbs!
Like adjectives, adverbs are descriptors. However, they describe verbs, adverbs or adjectives. You are welcome to use these free adverb worksheets; click on the title to view the details or download the PDF for printing.
It’s amazing that adding -ly to an adjective can make a word an adverb!
Here’s a worksheet for adding adverbs of frequency to a sentence.
Your student will write sentences that include an adverb of frequency in this worksheet.
How about a great adverb worksheet!
Here’s a worksheet that focuses on one important use of an adverb.
Your student will learn about the “where” adverbs in this worksheet.
Teach your students the difference between adjectives and adverbs with this Christmas classroom activity.
Your student will be better at adverbs after completing this comparative adverb chart!
Using comparative and superlative adverbs will be easier after this worksheet!
Let’s practice some comparative and superlative adverbs!
It’s time to add some adverbs to sentences!
Your super sleuth student will identify the adverb and the verb it modifies in this worksheet.
Here’s some more practice for finding the adverb and its verb.
This worksheet asks your student to read a story and circle all the adverbs.
This worksheet features a fun story for your student to read and find all the adverbs.
Here’s some playful practice with adverbs!
In this worksheet your student will identify the adverb and tell how it describes the verb.
Let’s combine adjectives, adverbs and hearts to make a fun Valentine’s Day learning activity for your students!
This adverb worksheet is a great starter for learning about this important part of speech.