What is an Adverb? (Free Adverb Worksheet for Kids) Post Preview: This post contains a free beginning adverbs worksheet. There are also other language arts and adverb resources.
Adverbs can be a tricky part of speech for many children. Heck – who are we kidding? They can be a difficult part of speech for adults too.
What is an adverb anyway?
An adverb is a word that describes (or modifies) a verb. Adverbs tell us more about where, when, and how a verb happens.
While many people can tell you an adverb that ends in -ly, when you ask about other adverbs, it can get tricky. Some examples of words that don’t end in -ly but that are still adverbs are: almost, always, even, far, never, often, very, well, and many other words that can describe how something is done, when it is done, and how frequently it is done.
Free Adverb Worksheet for Kids: What is an Adverb?
In this free adverb worksheet, there will be a review of what adverbs are at the beginning of the page. In the fill in the blank section, students will practice picking apart simple sentences to find the who (noun), what they are doing (verb), and how they are doing it (adverb).
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What is an Adverb? Worksheet Download
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Originally published March 2014; Last updated July 2018
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