When you're teaching parts of speech
, show your students that learning adverbs
can be fun.
Included in this 10-page, printable
bundle are the popular activities “Question Those Adverbs” Grammar Fun Identifying Adverbs”
and “Amusing Adverbs: Fun with Tom Swifties.”
These classroom-tested activities are suitable for elementary, junior high, high school, and adult
students. Answer keys
In Question Those Adverbs
, students learn two methods to identify adverbs
After they learn the methods, students put their new knowledge to the test with a printable worksheet.
Also included are two printable posters
that highlight the two methods.
Amusing Adverbs: Fun with Tom Swifties
presents . . .
• an introduction
to the history of Tom Swifties
of Tom Swifties
• 2 pages of fill-ins
for students to determine Tom Swifties
“You seem different when the light is out,” Tom said d __ __ __ ly.
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