Verb worksheets include: Identifying verbs. Identifying present, past, and past participle forms of a verb. Verbs that agree with the subject or antecedent.
- Find the Verb! - Find all the action words in each sentence.
- Identify the Verb in the Sentence - Help the Men in Black find the alien verbs in the sentences.
- Where is the Verb? - We break out the rectangles for this one. Another identification activity for you.
- Verb Phrases - You need to find the main verb and any of that verbs helpers.
- Principal Parts of the Verbs - We compare verbs and classify them as either past or past participle.
- Past and Past Participle Form of the Verb - We have you determine all the different forms of the verb starters.
- Mixed Principal Parts of the Verb - We ask to write the past and past participle form of the verbs.
- Subject-Verb Agreement Version 1 - Circle what makes sense. The verb and the subject basically just need to make sense.
- Subject-Verb Agreement Version 2 - More lengthy text on this one. Again, make it, make sense. If that makes sense!
- Subject-Verb Agreement Version 3 - This one is a little more technical and provides many more samples for you.
- Subject-Verb Agreement Version 4 - Help make each sentence be clear by choosing a verb that agrees with the subject.
- Subject-Verb Agreement Version 5 - This one breaks the skill up into two parts and helps make it more simple.
Irregular Verb Worksheets
These worksheets focus on the use of irregular verbs and verb identification.
- Using Irregular Verbs - Complete each sentence by choosing verbs logically.
- Identifying the Proper Irregular Verbs - These definitely aren't average everyday verbs. Tenses do come into play here.
- Find the Correct Irregular Verb - We continue on our journey of random verbs. These come gaffs in the English Language.
- Writing the Proper Irregular Verbs - We ask you to provide the verb with these sentences.
- Using and Defining Irregulars - Find the proper verb and then classify it as a P, PA, or PP. They do have meanings. Just read the directions.
- Writing Irregulars - We prompt you for verb usage. You could also have students cover the options and come up with their own.
- Irregular Verbs with No Prompts - Make your own verbs. Place them in the blanks to complete the sentences.
- Defining Irregular Verbs - Find and label the tense.
- Replacing the Forms of the Verbs - This is a critical thinking version of the previous sheets we have been working on. If they are correct, let us know; otherwise fix them.
- Writing the Correct Verb Form - Think of a verb that would make the sense correct and make sure to use the proper form of the verb.
- Participles and Participial Phrases - A really well covered topic. This skill is often overlooked. When it is understood it is pivotal to the writing process.
- Participles Within Sentences - We breakdown the sentences to find key parts that can be understood for the writing process.
- Underlining Participles and Participial Phrases - These sentences are written for a slightly higher reading level than the previous worksheets.
- Participles and Their Compliments - We close out this topic with some longer sentences and neat scenarios within each sentence.