Get up-close with the multifaceted verbals with our free, printable verbals worksheets. Use each exercise to ram home the fact that verbals are verb forms functioning as nouns, adjectives, or adverbs. Mastery over verbals such as gerunds, infinitives, and participles is essential for children to enrich their sentence skills. Go ahead and practice telling different verbals apart and using them to make your sentences a verbal-fuelled feast.
Our pdf verbals worksheets are best suited for students in grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8.
Soup-to-nuts exercises on gerunds, this section of our verbals worksheets has a lot for the verbal-hungry scholars of grade 6 and grade 7 to gorge on.
This verbals pdf for 8th grade explores the length and breadth of infinitives that indicate a varying tense or time of action through a selection of sentences.
A set of sentences featuring past/present participles as modifiers, this section of our verbals worksheets calls on students in grade 8 to cull out the participles.
Telling gerunds and infinitives apart won't be a puzzler anymore. A gerund is formed with an -ing, while an infinitive takes the word "to" in front of the verb.
Quickly assess the depth of 6th grade and 7th grade children's grasp of gerunds and participles through this printable verbals worksheet.
Watch children demonstrate their knowledge of verbals as they determine which sentences work best with gerunds and which ones are better off with infinitives.
Explore this printable verbals worksheet, where grade 8 children write two sentences, one with the gerund and another with the infinitive, using each verb.
This exercise on verbals splits focus three ways between gerunds, infinitives, and participles, and is ideal for students to comprehensively practice verbals.