2 Adverbs tell more about a verb. Some adverbs show when or where. A moving van came today.Today tells when.Movers took boxes outside.Outside tells where.
3 Circle the adverb in each sentence that tells when or where. I will never move.I will stay upstairs in my room.Boxes are everywhere.Soon the boxes will be gone.Mom is talking now.We must leave here.Now, we will see the bus.We climb inside.Finally, the bus starts to move.We look down.We stop soon.
5 An adverb can tell when or where. The bus leaves soon. ( when)It will roll away. ( where)
6 Underline the adverb in each sentence. I always play with my friends.Yesterday we played soccer.We play someplace safe.I play outside with my friends.Sometimes we play tag.Today we will play with my kitten.We climb inside.We travel around.Finally, the rocket starts to move.A man stands nearby.
8 An adverb can tell when or where. The rocket leaves soon. ( when)It will fly away.( where)
9 Underline the adverb that tell when or where. Today we moved to a new house.I like it here.I heard a noise outside.Then I saw someone my age.We soon went to a park.We had fun there.The children visit the space center today.They look around.A man stands nearby.Now he answers the children’s questions.
11 Underline the sentence that tells when. I like this large picture.It has great colors.We are visiting the museum today.We ask many questions.We want to know about the artists.Now the teacher tells us about the pictures.
12 Underline the sentence that tell where. A guard stands nearby.He has a small cell hone.He smiles at us.
13 Underline the adverb that tell when or where. Our class will sing soon.We climbed up the stairs.Finally, the teacher stopped talking!We looked down the pipe.We climbed up the tree.The children sat inside the tent.They looked up at the stars.Now we can go to sleep.Soon we will be in Montgomery.We are having a Wax Museum soon.