Circle the action verbs. Cross out the words that are not action verbs.
Verbs convey action (run, walk, think) or a state of being (am, were, etc.). A complete sentence requires a subject, which is usually a noun or pronoun, and a predicate, which is usually a verb. To use these verb worksheets, simply click on the title to view the details and download the PDF. All printable worksheets are free to duplicate for home or classroom use. Need a verb refresher? Here are some helpful articles on the different types of verbs.
Circle the subject and underline the verb in each sentence.
Verb identification is a very important part of early education! Use the color tan to fill in the shapes that have a verb in them, and use any color you like to fill in the rest. Once you have colored all of the shapes, you’ll see a picture of a bear! Learning about verbs is lots of fun with these worksheets.
Use the color gray to fill in each of the shapes that have a verb in them, and use any color you like to fill in the rest! Once all of the shapes have been colored, students will reveal a picture of a cat! This printable verbs activity makes learning lots of fun.
Use the color orange to fill in the shapes that have a verb in them, and use any color you like to fill in the rest! Once all of the shapes have been filled in, students will reveal a picture of a tiger. Our coloring worksheets make learning about verbs lots of fun!
Use the color blue to fill in each of the shapes with a verb in it, and use any color you like to fill in the rest of the shapes! With this printable classroom activity, students will practice identifying verbs in a way that is lots of fun.
Use the color green to fill in each of the shapes that has a verb in it, and use any color you like to fill in the rest of the shapes! Once all of the shapes are filled in, a picture of beautiful trees will be revealed. With this printable classroom activity, learning about verbs will be lots of fun!
Your student will add verbs to the subjects to make a complete sentence.
Choose is or are for each sentence.
Choose will or would to complete each sentence.
Complete the sentences below using the wishful form were.
Time to find the verb with the opposite meaning!
Choose the correct form of the verb to match each subject.
Complete each sentence by writing the correct form of the verb to be.
For some verbs, we don’t use -ed to form the past tense. Instead, we use a completely different word. With this printable activity, students will be asked to fill in the blank of each sentence with the past tense form of the verb that is given. For example, change to present tense of the verb, sit, to the past tense of the verb, sat.
When something happened in the past, a verb should be in the past tense. For many words, adding the ending -ed to the verb makes it past tense. For example, by adding -ed onto the verb, talk, it becomes the past tense verb, talked. With this helpful activity, students will practice rewriting present tense verbs in the past tense.
Verbs are words that show an action or being. Some words in this activity are verbs, and some are not. Let’s see if you can tell the difference between the two as you work your way through this group of words!
Circle the verbs. Write each one in the past tense form.
Write the correct tense of the action verb to match the rest of the sentence.
In this activity, students choose a phrasal verb from the word bank that best completes the sentence.