Verbs Worksheets

Welcome to our main page for verb worksheets! Verbs are an essential part of the English language, representing actions, occurrences, and states of being. There are many different types of verbs, each with its own unique uses and rules.

Action verbs describe physical or mental actions, while linking verbs connect the subject of a sentence to a predicate noun or adjective. Irregular past tense verbs do not follow the standard rules for forming past tense verbs, while verb tenses allow us to express when an action occurs.

Verb conjugation refers to the way a verb changes to match its subject in tense, person, and number. State of being verbs, also known as “to be” verbs, describe a state of being or existence. Helping verbs, also known as auxiliary verbs, work in conjunction with other verbs to indicate tense or emphasis.

Students typically start learning about different types of verbs in elementary school and continue to develop their understanding of verbs throughout their education.

Below you’ll find printable activities for each of the different verb types mentioned above. Be sure to check out our noun worksheets too!

Printable Verb Worksheets

Click the links below to access printable activities.

Action Verb WorksheetsVerb Conjugation Worksheets
Linking Verbs WorksheetsState of Being Verbs Worksheets (To Be Verbs)
Irregular Past Tense Verbs WorksheetsHelping Verbs Worksheets
Verb Tenses Worksheets

Activity Examples

State of Being Verbs Worksheet
Action verb worksheet activity
Past Tense Verbs worksheets
Action Verb Worksheet
How to Conjugate Verbs worksheets
Highlight the verbs activity

Types of Verbs Worksheets


In this fun verb activity, students will roll dice and perform the verb that matches the number they rolled. Then, they will write a sentence using each verb that they rolled.


Students will read through each word and then highlight the markers that show a verb.


Students will practice their writing skills with this printable verbs worksheet. They will be asked to add a verb to the given subject and then complete the sentence.


Read through the given list and sort the words into categories of verbs and nouns!


Students will read each sentence and fill in the blank with a verb.


Students will practice comparing the types of verbs with this Venn diagram activity.


Students will compare linking verbs, helping verbs, and being verbs with this Venn diagram worksheet.

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