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.
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.
Choose the correct form of the verb to match each subject.
Complete each sentence by writing the correct form of the verb to be.
Circle the verbs. Write each one in the past tense form.
Underline the adjective or noun.
Choose can, was able to, may or might to complete each sentence.
Choose lie, lay or laid to complete each sentence.
Choose sit, sat or set to complete each sentence.
Choose rise, rose, raise or raised to complete each sentence.
Write the correct past tense form of each verb. Circle the Irregular Verbs.
You’ll be thrilled with this “to be” conjugation worksheet!
There’s nothing broken in this verb conjugation worksheet for “to break.”
The verb “to buy” is irregular, but this worksheet is not!
You can count on this verb conjugation worksheet!
Here you have found a worksheet on the conjugation of the verb “to find.”