An adverb is one of the eight parts of speech. It is a word that describes how, where or when an action verb takes place. Use the worksheets below to help your students understand adverbs.
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Find the adverb that is describing the given action verb in each sentence. Double-sided printable worksheet.How, When, Where Adverbs Member
Does the adverb in each sentence describe how, when or where?More Where, How, When Member
Circle the adverb. Then, determine whether it is describing how the action takes place, where the action is happening, or when the action occurs.Adverb Poem Member
Complete the poem by adding descriptive adverbs to each action verb. Use words from the word bank, or think of your own.Adverb Sentences Member
Choose the best adverb from the word box to complete each sentence.Adverbs Ending in -ly Member
Circle the adverb in each sentence. One sentence has two adverbs. Which one is it?Adverbs That End with -ly, -er, and -est Member
Many adverbs that tell how an action happens end with -ly, -er, or -est. Read each sentences and write the adverb.
Adjectives and AdverbsIs It an Adjective or Adverb? Member
On this double-sided worksheet, students must answer a series of questions to decide whether each word is an adjective or an adverb.
Sometimes a prepositional phrase can act as an adverb in a sentence. Identify each prepositional phrase. Circle the action word it describes.Prepositional Phrases
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Some of these sentences have prepositional phrases that are adverbs. The others have prepositional phrases that are adjectives. Students read each sentence and identify the prepositional phrase. Then they decide which are adverbs and which ones are adjectives. (Advanced level worksheet, recommended for grades 5 and Up)
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