These Task Cards cover general rules about adverbs
for 3rd-5th grade. Twelve ways to use are included and makes this unit versatile enough to use over and over throughout the year.
Adverbs- Four sets of task cards cover general rules of adverbs.
1) An adverb is a word that tells more about a verb. Most adverbs are formed by adding –ly to an adjective. Some adverbs tell HOW an action takes place.
2) Adverbs that Tell When or Where
Some adverbs tell when or where an action takes place.
3) Adverbs that Compare
Add –er to a short adverb to compare two actions.
Add –est to compare more than two actions.
4) More Adverbs that Compare
Use the word more to compare two actions. Use the word most to compare more than two actions. Do not use more or most with an adverb ending with –er or –est.
Task Cards can be used in so many different ways. Print, laminate and use over and over throughout the year and year after year.
These task cards cover general rules of adverbs for 3rd – 5th grades.
These task cards are printer friendly. Print on 4 different colors of colored cardstock or construction paper and laminate.
Having numbers on separate cards gives you the versatility to combine the questions into an order that works best for your class.
Use just one standard or mix and match the cards for the included fun and engaging activities.
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