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Discover how to use proper verb tenses with context clues. Five sentences help first graders decide if they should use -ed or -ing to end simple verbs. Each sentence provides context clues to indicate the time. Use the resource in vocabulary groups or in your language arts lesson.
A succinct overview of verb spelling and conjugation rules, and a basic list of irregular verbs, is followed by a series of exercises in which learners fill in the blanks in sentences with the correct form of a verb, write the present or past tense form given the other, change present tense verbs to the past or vice versa, and select the correct form of a verb to use in a sentence given four choices.
Present, past, future, present perfect, past perfect, and future perfect. Past, active, indicative. Need a worksheet that not only defines verb forms, but demonstrates how to use them? If you want a resource for class members needing extra practice with tenses and conjugations, this resource is for you! Definitions are precise and examples are clear. Practice exercises are included.
With this worksheet, youngsters review past tense irregular words and predict the spelling of these words. They complete a worksheet where they fill in the missing letters of irregular verbs. The sheet provides the exact number of spaces for the missing letters, helping learners narrow down their options.
As you are teaching the parts of speech, introduce your action verbs lesson with this helpful PowerPoint. The 19 slides in this presentation walk students through the different types of action verbs, including: present, past, and future tense, as well as helping verbs. Each section contains a concise description and different examples. Note: Links to more online verb games and activities are included at the end of this PowerPoint.