Our extensive array of verb tenses practice worksheets assures that children up to grade 5, acquire a panoramic comprehension of conjugating the verbs correctly and use specific forms of verbs, to manifest different tenses for expressing time, continuance or completion of an action. This compendium includes charts, sorting verbs, matching tenses, choosing and converting conjugation exercises among many others, to surpass your learning expectations.
Simplify the concepts of tenses for your children by using this set of three charts that provide a view of all the various verb forms at a glance, for quick comprehension and easy reference.
Introduction of Past, Present and Future Tenses CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.1.1.E
Categorize the Verbs
Sorting an assortment of verbs into present, past and future forms is an enjoyable activity for children to recognize and revise verbs in their specific tense patterns, as a preparatory groundwork to use tenses.
Change the Verb Forms
Verbs constitute an integral part of tenses. This set of worksheets fulfills this prerequisite, by providing plenteous exercise in changing verb forms from present to past for a smooth take off of their tenses flight.
Identify and Name the Tenses
Our verb forms and tenses worksheets solidify the knowledge of recognizing verb patterns and further it by encouraging kids to name the tense and warm them up for understanding the twelve tenses better.
Simple Verb Tenses CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.3.1.E
Complete the sentences using Simple Past Tense
Sufficient drilling in using the simple past tense will go a long way in facilitating understanding of the functions of this tense, and of its role in the ensuing past tense structures, for your grade 3 children.
Review and Revise Simple Tenses
Grab this opportunity to make your students recap the simple tenses, by doing this practice worksheet of converting simple present tenses to both past and future tenses, as a meaningful practice.
Form and Use the Progressive Verb Tenses CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.4.1.B
Present Progressive Tense
Combining the present tense with the continuous aspect, this verb form is used in several instances. Hence, our tenses worksheets blankets all its uses with sufficient explanation and practice sentences.
Past Progressive Tense
Improve your child's understanding of using the past progressive tense more appropriately and spontaneously with the plethora of sentences exercises that will also strengthen tense formation.
Future Progressive Tense
Children of grade 4 will gain ample ability in expressing futuristic activities that will be in continuation with these future progressive tense worksheets, that contains a comprehensive description of its usage.
Perfect Verb Tenses CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.5.1.B
Present Perfect Tense
This grammatical combination of the present tense and perfect aspect used to express a past event, is perhaps the most versatile tense in its usage. Learn and practice more about it with this printable.
Past Perfect Tense
Let children acquire a perfect understanding of the perfect tense (meaning more than perfect), used to refer to an action at a time earlier than a time in the past already referred to.
Future Perfect Tense
The exercise of changing the verb form to the future perfect tense will essentially allow children of grade 5 to perfect this grammatical aspect that views an action as prior and completed, projecting ourselves forward into the future.
Review and Revise Perfect Tenses
"Practice makes Perfect" it is said, so perfect your children further in the all three perfect tenses using this review and revise worksheet, that provides a thorough practice in using them with ease.
Perfect Continuous Tenses
Present Perfect Continuous Tenses
Practicing the tense that indicates an action which started some time in the past and continues to the present is sure to perfect children of grade 5 in using it accurately, and continue to do so without a hitch
Past Perfect Continuous Tense
Let not the children be perplexed any longer with using the perfect progressive, as our worksheets provide adequate drill in expressing an unbroken action, that continued up to a certain time in the past.
Future Perfect Continuous Tense
The use of this tense is analogous to those of the present perfect progressive, except that the point of reference is in the past. Nevertheless, some good drilling with our tenses worksheet in this can solidify the learning further.