Verbs Lesson Plans:

Fun Activities for
Introducing and Reviewing Verbs

Verbs, Grammar, and Parts of Speech Lesson Plans

Welcome to my Verbs Lesson Plans page.

On this page, you will find fun lesson plan activities for reviewing verbs with your students using grammar powerpoint presentations.

When I am creating my verb powerpoint presentations, I try to create grammar activities that are in a fun game format.

My students participate actively in these lessons because I provide a student response worksheet that students write their responses on, so my students are engaged and on task during these lesson activities.

On my Review Parts of Speech page, you will also find Verbs Lesson Plans, as many of these activities also contain a grammar review using verbs.

Animated Halloween Present and
Past Tense Verbs Powerpoint

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Halloween Present and Past Tense Verbs Powerpoint Presentation and Lesson Activity for primary and elementary students.

For this grammar powerpoint lesson, students have to find the present tense verb in a sentence and then change that verb into the past tense.

There are 25 sets of questions and answers in this powerpoint lesson, as well as a student response worksheet for students to write their answers on.

You can individualize this activity by replacing the names in the sentences with the names of the students in your classroom. Your students will laugh out loud when they see their names included in the Halloween verb powerpoint lesson.

Your students will love reviewing present and past tense verbs with this engaging Halloween activity!

Below is a video explaining my Halloween Present and Past Tense Verbs Powerpoint Presentation.

"Wreath of Fortune"
Christmas Present and Past Tense Verbs

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Christmas Verb Powerpoint Lesson:  Past and Present Verbs

Powerpoint Christmas Grammar Lesson:  Past and Present Verbs

Christmas Grammar Verbs Powerpoint Presentation and Lesson Plans Activity

There are 14 sets of question slides and 14 answer slides in this Wreath of Fortune Christmas Present and Past Tense Powerpoint Presentation, as well as a student response worksheet for students to write their answers on.

This Christmas powerpoint activity reviews the following present and past tense verbs: write/wrote, shakes/shook, brushes/brushed, rides/rode, carries/carried, surfs/surfed, hides/hid, sleeps/slept, sits/sat, plays/played, flies/flew, hops/hopped, go/went, and build/built.

This lesson activity is set up in the same style as the popular game show Wheel of Fortune. Your students will love playing this engaging winter powerpoint game while they are reviewing present and past tense verbs!

Below is the score card worksheet that students record their answers on. Students write the present tense verb in the outer circle and the past tense of that verb in the next circle. Inside the number area, students write yes or no if they got the answer correct or incorrect. In the middle circle, students write their final score. The directions for filling out the score card are explained to the students in the second slide of this powerpoint presentation.

Christmas Powerpoint Grammar Verbs Score Card

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