It’s extraordinarily impressive when children begin reading and writing. As parents, you may have noticed that your kid’s first sounds are usually the names of personalities or objects that they identify and recognize the most. When they start to get older, children start to speak different Verbs. Verbs are terms for activities that are used in daily lives.
In this edition, we have brought worksheets related to “CORRECT USE OF VERBS” for Grade 1 Students. Verbs are very critical for the English language construction of a child because they allow children to start forming early sentences.
The first sheet below asks the kid to tick the verb that can be used correctly in the following sentences. For example- Children are Skating on the Floor. Every sentence needs a verb. And the selection of the verb circumscribes many of the conventional modes in a sentence.
Some studies have shown that young children who use more extra verbs have more exceptional grammatical abilities when they grow older. This is one of the reasons why parents should hook their kids up with these fascinating worksheets.
There are a lot of variabilities when the child develops new sentences on his own and starts to learn new concepts. Parents and teachers should encourage the child to participate in such interesting worksheets to develop their mental skills.
The children will not be capable to form big sentences yet, as they can’t construct sentences without proper verbs. It will be wise to take advice from their English teacher who can conclude whether they need help developing their vocabulary skills.
Children have to learn and understand a concept before they can start practicing it. Comprehending what verbs are and your child’s experiences will help you know which worksheets or topics to focus on more, to give them enough practice.
Administering a record of the verbs your kid already knows will help you understand if he is studying new verbs every day. Make the kid enjoy these sessions as the parents will be able to think of new verbs to help them.
As stated earlier, verbs are moving words, so whenever feasible, try to do the movement while the child speaks the verb in a sentence. This improves your child to remember better, the unique words and what it suggests.
This sheet asks the kid to choose the correct verb forms for the following set of questions and write them on the blanks given. An example is also given at the beginning of the sheet just to make things easy and manageable for the child.
This is the ninth and last worksheet of our session. By now the child would’ve got used to the topic, and can start to solve the worksheet on his own. As parents, you need to check on the kid, whether he is paying proper attention or not.
So, download these free printable worksheets now.