Are you sick of random worksheets that give decontextualized instruction on parts of speech? This is an 8-page worksheet that corresponds with the book: Cleary, Brian P. Lazily, Crazily, Just a Bit Nasally: More about Adverbs. Illustrated by Brian Gable, Millbrook Press, 2008.
It includes an answer key, and will help your students learn not only how to identify, but also how to define, classify, and use adverbs in their writing! Part A is the set induction to the lesson; it asks the student general questions about their own life. Then, you can read the book, which I chose to do as guided practice. Writing the sentences in Part G. can be used in class as freer practice or assigned for homework. It even includes a challenge question for those students who fly through your work!
I recommend letting students work in pairs to put the words in the chart in Part F. For ease of use, I recommend using a paper clip instead of a staple so they can flip back & forth between pages.