Knowing tenses is the first step to proper communication. Your 5th grader needs to be confident about tenses to narrate incidents, write a story or communicate effectively. The basics begin with simple past and simple present tense. This free and printable simple past tense worksheet helps the child see how they both differ. The given passage has the present tense words, which need to be changed to past tense forms.
You can help the child explain how the past tense refers to things that have already happened a while ago, and the present tense talks about the current happenings. Expand on this worksheet by introducing the child to future tense and telling them how to use it to talk about what is yet to happen.
Making them narrate a simple incident at home makes this worksheet passage relatable and ensures that the child becomes familiar with the commonplace words in both simple present and simple past forms.
Complete The Sentences With Words That Start With “W”
Identify The Vocabulary And Form The Sentence
Match The Words To Its Meaning And Add It Your Vocabulary List
Unscramble The Words To Form Correct Spelling
Write The Correct Spelling From The Options
Complete The Sentence Choosing The Suitable Noun
Identify And Circle The Nouns
Fill The Blanks With Appropriate Progressive Tense
Rewrite The Sentence Using Present Progressive Tense
Rewrite The Sentence Using Past Progressive Tense
Rewrite The Sentence Using Future Progressive Tense
Identify And Write The Correct Form Of Tense In Each Sentence
Recognize Common And Proper Nouns In The Sentence
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Choose The Correct Adjectives From The Word Bank
Circle The Adjectives