This worksheet uses the vocab from Realidades 1 chapters 1A-3A for students to practice conjugation. Since the book introduces the conjugation of -er and -ir verbs in chapter 3A, I used some of the vocab from that chapter along with vocab from previous chapters to create the sentences.
The worksheet starts by asking students to fill in three conjugation charts: one with just the endings for -er/-ir, one for the verb "beber," and one for the verb "escribir." The second part has only -er and -ir verbs in context, with simple sentences like, "Mario ____ (comer) pizza en el almuerzo." The third part adds -ar verbs from previous chapters, since students should already know how to conjugate them. Again, it uses simple sentences with vocab that they should already know, such as, "Los estudiantes no __ (bailar) encima de los pupitres." This part asks them to pay attention to the subjects and the endings of the verbs and then conjugate accordingly. The last section asks them to create sentences of their own with just a subject and verb. For example, "Tú/trabajar."
I've included a key.