In this collective nouns worksheet, students have to fill in the blanks with collective nouns. For example, words like “flock”, “herd” and “swarm” are collective nouns because they are names for a collection of things.
Plural nouns can be countable or uncountable. In this plural nouns worksheet, we test students for countable nouns and uncountable nouns.
In this irregular plural nouns worksheet, students have to convert each singular noun to plural irregular nouns. For example, “men” is an irregular plural noun for “man”.
Possessive nouns show ownership. For example, “the boy’s ball” shows that the ball belongs to the boy. In this possessive nouns worksheet, students create the possessive form of nouns.
In this common and proper nouns worksheet, students have to brainstorm types of proper nouns. For example, if the common noun is mountain, they have to think of a proper noun like “Mount Everest”.
In this helping verbs worksheet, students circle the action verb and underline the helping verb. Generally, we use helping verbs with action verbs.
In this linking verbs worksheet, students have carefully read all 15 sentences and circle the linking verbs. Linking verbs do not show actions. Instead they link a subject to a noun or adjective in a sentence
In this transitive and intransitive verbs worksheet, students have to write a “T” or “I”. As you may know, transitive verbs act on an object. But for intransitive verbs, these verbs don’t relate to an object
In this adverb activity, you have to fill in the adverb of frequency that is true to yourself. For example, “never”, “usually” and “always” – I always arrive home before 6:00pm.
In these adverb sentences, you have to circle the adverb that is true. For example: During the 100 meter sprint, Usain Bolt immediately/sluggishly dashes from the starting line.