Adverbs of Time and Frequency Worksheets, Information Posters/Anchor Charts  Flashcard Vocabulary

This product relates to adverbs of time/frequency. Ideal if you want to review adverbs of time and frequency.

It introduces students to adverbs of time vocabulary and a guide to word order. It outlines where the adverb is usually positioned in a sentence when using the verb ‘to be’, main verb and auxiliary verbs.


  • Teacher’s Notes
  • 18 Classroom Visuals - General information on adverbs of time and frequency
  • 50 Vocabulary flashcards - Common Adverbs of frequency
  • Differentiated Worksheets

There are 6 sets of worksheets for students to practice using adverbs of time.

  • Worksheet is a sorting activity - Students cut, sort and paste definite and indefinite adverbs of time into the correct boxes. Not all the words need cutting out as some are adverbs of manner. (Answer Key included)

  • Differentiated Adverbs of frequency worksheets (2 sets) - Easier worksheet - Students sort the jumbled sentences placing the adverb at the end of the sentence. Harder worksheet - The more able students write each sentence out two times placing the adverb at the beginning and also at the end. (Example Answer included)

  • Adverbs of Frequency Sentence Work - Students construct 6 sentences from using the words from Box 1, 2 and 3. (Example given)

  • Adverbs of Time Word Order - Students choose 5 activities from the list and adverbs to write complete sentences.

  • Adverbs of Time (2) Worksheets - This is an easier worksheet. Students choose an appropriate adverb that best fits into each of the 5 sentences and then color in the pictures.

  • Extension work for more able students - Adverbs Already, Still and Yet. This worksheet focuses on the adverbs already, still and yet and where they are positioned in a sentence.

Classroom displays: If you are doing work on adverbs of time, you can laminate the information cards and put on classroom wall as visual reminders.

Laminate the flashcards - You can randomly shuffle the cards and ask a student to select a card. Whichever card is selected, e.g. ‘sometimes’, students make up a sentence with this word.

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Created: Aug 17, 2019

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