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Title: Verbs for Past, Present, and Future


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Verbs for Past, Present, and Future
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Day 1 Remember that a verb tells what someone or
something does. A verb can show action.
  • Identify the verb in each sentence and decide if
    takes place in the past, present, or future.
  • 1. Jane added the two numbers.
  • 2. David is walking to the park.
  • 3. Nick will write a story.
  • 4. Emily wrote her first poem yesterday.
  • 5. Dad is mowing the lawn.

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Day 2 Replacing verbs to past, present and
future tense sentences.
  • Example sentences.
  • I read a good book last week.
  • I am reading a good book.
  • I will read another book next week.
  • Complete each sentence using the past, present or
    future tense verbs.
  • baking bake baked
  • Grandma ______ a pie yesterday.
  • Grandma is ______ a cake.
  • Grandma will _______ cookies tomorrow.

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Day 3
  • Tell if the lists of verbs are past, present, or
    future tense. Write-past, present, or future
    following each list.
  • Cooked, fished, saw, ran, wrote ________
  • Cooking, fishing, see, running, writing_____
  • Will cook, fish, see, run, write ________
  • Who can use one of the words from each list
    appropriately in a sentence.
  • Thumbs up, if you agree!

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Day 4
  • Practice past, present and future tense verbs.
  • Choose the correct verb for each sentence.
  • Yesterday I (playing, played) soccer.
  • I am (painting, paint) a picture.
  • I will (rode, ride) my bike to school tomorrow.
  • Grandpa (drove, driving) me to school yesterday.
  • Grandma is (cooking, cooked) soup.
  • Grandpa will (take, took) me fishing tomorrow.

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Day 5
  • Review- Verb Tense
  • Past Tense Verbs- Action words that tell what has
    already been happened.
  • Present Tense Verbs- Action words that tell what
    is happening now.
  • Future Tense Verbs- Action words that tell what
    will happen.
  • Clue words such as yesterday, last week, today,
    tomorrow, next week, can give you clues as to
    which verb tense to use.
  • Find clue words on slide Day 4.
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