Adverb Worksheets | How, Where, and When
Explore our printable adverb worksheets for children of grade 2 through grade 6 featuring myriad exercises like identifying adverbs in sentences, making adverbs from adjectives, completing the table with comparative and superlative degrees of adverbs, spotting the adverb and the verb it modifies, fixing the sentences, figuring out what the adverb describes: how, where, when, or how often and get a vivid picture of the types of adverbs like adverb of manner, time, frequency, and place. Practice using relative adverbs and much more. Kick-start your practice with our free how, when, and where adverbs worksheets!
Spark interest in grade 2 kids with this part of our adverbs worksheet pdfs. Read the sentences, snip the adverb cards and glue them next to the appropriate noun-verb pairing to complete the sentences.
Let's go fishing for adverbs! Ralph has spotted a school of fish, a few of which have adverbs written on them. Color the fish and help Ralph identify the adverbs.
Analyze each sentence and determine if an adjective or an adverb would fit in, depending on what is to be modified: a noun or a verb. Plug in the adverb or adjective to complete each sentence in this adverbs worksheet.
This printable frequently used adverbs chart familiarizes 2nd grade and 3rd grade kids with adverbs that are commonly used, and demonstrate their function by using them in sentences.
Each sentence in this adverb worksheet pdf has an underlined word. Grade 3 kids are expected to figure out if the word modifies a noun or a verb. If it describes a noun label it as an adjective, and if it tells about the verb term it as an adverb.
Summarized in this visually appealing printable how, where, and when adverbs chart are the four categories of adverbs: manner, place, time, and frequency. Print this resource as a handy reference!
Kids in grade 4 use appropriate spelling rules to form the degrees of adverbs and complete the table with the positive, comparative, and superlative degrees of each adverb.
Read each sentence carefully and complete it using the comparative degree if two things are compared or the superlative form to compare more than two in this printable comparative and superlative adverbs worksheet.
Transform adjectives into adverbs. Let kids in grade 2 and grade 3 skim through a list of adjectives in this adverb worksheet pdf and transform them into adverbs by adding “-ly” to them.
Adverbs provide an extra level of information and detail about the verbs. Spotting the adverb, circling it in each sentence, and underlining the verb it modifies is all kids in grade 4 need to do to prove their mettle.
Who doesn't like listening to a story? Spice up your adverb class with this identifying adverbs in a story exercise. Instruct children to read the story, pick the adverbs, and underline them.
Explain that adverbs tell more about the words they modify and let kids complete each sentence by choosing the most appropriate adverbs from the word box. Learning adverbs has never been easier!
Reiterate adverbs and their categories with this how, when, and where adverbs worksheet. Discuss how adverbs provide descriptions of time, location, and the manner of events or actions.
Adverbs of manner answer the question 'how', and describe how and in what way the action of a verb is carried out. Pick the adverb of manner that best completes each sentence in this adverb of manner worksheet pdf.
Explain that adverbs can describe where an action takes place with this identifying adverbs of place worksheet. Complete the sentence selecting the correct adverb of place from the word box. The practice is growing riveting, isn’t it?
Practice adverbs of time and frequency with this printable adverbs of time worksheet. Let kids in 4th grade and 5th grade examine each sentence and answer the questions 'when' or 'how often' using the options.
Let kids in grade 4 and grade 5 recapitulate the types of adverbs with this worksheet. Figure out the adverbs and based on the question they answer categorize them as adverb of manner, place, or time.
Read the sentence and spot the relative clause. The relative adverb introduces the relative clause and comes directly before it and provides information like when, why or where an event occurred. This handout is perfect for children in grade 5 and grade 6.
Bob is busy checking the chairs carefully and thoroughly. The blossoming adverb scholars read a story and identify the adverbs in it. Let 3rd grade and 4th grade kids refresh the definition of an adverb, and everything will go smoothly.
Let your grammar shine with an adverb edge! An adverb of manner tells how an action is done. In “eagerly waiting”, “eagerly” describes how “waiting” is done. Let kids in 5th grade and 6th grade identify the adverbs of manner in this story.