Active and Passive Voice | Printable Worksheets
Knowing the active and passive voices is important for students to add to the variety of the sentences they write. While the active voice makes writing precise and efficient by using a fast-moving narrative, the passive voice is used when the action is more important, or the subject is not known. As much as fun, our active and passive voice worksheets are carried on the power of repeated practice. Let the energetic young learners get ready to start this active-passive learning journey!
This printable chart captures the essence of active-passive learning, and catapults kids into a writing spell where they put this insight to work. It defines the concept, and tells how to form passive from different tenses.
This pdf worksheet gives children a chance to take a shot at identifying active and passive voices. There are ten sentences, and kids figure out which of these are active and which ones are passive.
Let the talent-spotted youngsters come all out to enhance their active-passive practice. This printable exercise helps learn how to form the passive voice from the present simple and present progressive tenses.
Task the young ones with converting past simple and past progressive into passive, and let not the active-passive vagaries befall their writing. Give them a helping hand, and they'll do well.
Help students continue their streak of great work through this PDF worksheet! This time they write the passive voice for simple future, and exponentially upgrade their active-passive learning.
Watch the wannabe active-passive scholars steal the show and surprise you in this PDF! Replete with sentences with various tenses, this set gives great practice with forming passive-voice sentences.
Let children be in the slipstream of the great example you've set for them, as they attempt writing passive voices for verbs with two objects! A little bit of cautious practice, and they'll be fine.
This pdf worksheet shines light on converting sentences with modal verbs into passive. Watch the active-passive preparation reach its zenith, in this exciting-but-a-little-demanding exercise.
Go well beyond the expected and assist children in converting the sentences in passive voice to active voice and help them comprehend how the emphasis is shifted from the action to the doer of the action.
This printable worksheet is stuffed full of passive voice sentences, and kids convert these into active. Each sentence is different, so they get a chance to prove their mettle and mature into active-passive learners.
This changing-the-voice worksheet offers children that extra bit of practice they need. Converting sentences in the active voice to passive voice and vice versa is all they have to do to prove their prowess.