Linking Verbs Worksheets

Our free, printable linking verbs worksheets shine the spotlight on verbs that connect a subject to its description, which may be a predicate noun or a predicate adjective. Rather than showing an action, linking verbs, also known as copular verbs, are used to describe a state of being. This worksheet compilation is home to exercises such as identifying linking verbs, recognizing the subjects they link, linking verbs in sentences, true linking verbs and much more.

These linking verb worksheet pdfs are designed for children in grade 2 through grade 6.

Identifying Linking Verbs and Nouns

Every linking verb has a noun or pronoun that it links; the pleasure is when grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5 children instantly locate the two in these pdf subject and linking verb worksheets.

Identifying Linking Verbs and Nouns

Linking Verbs vs. Action Verbs

Recall that a linking verb just links the subject to its complements. Learn to recognize them in this printable set on linking verbs vs. action verbs for 2nd grade and 3rd grade kids.

Linking Verbs vs Action Verbs

Using Linking Verbs | Copular verbs

Finding a verb to link the subject and predicate can be challenging. Children in 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade write a linking verb for each sentence in this section.

Using Linking Verbs - Copular verbs

True Linking Verbs | Forms of "Be"

True linking verbs are forms of "to be" such as are, is, was, and has been. In these printable true linking verb worksheets, kids complete sentences using be verb forms.

True Linking Verbs - Forms of Be