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Grade 3 Adverbs CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.3.1
Identify the adverb in the sentence below.

These rocks and dust grains sometimes enter the earth's atmosphere.
  1. these
  2. atmosphere
  3. sometimes
  4. dust
Grade 3 Adverbs CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.3.1, L.3.1g
Which sentence is written correctly?
  1. She used a softly voice.
  2. I tried to speak slowly.
  3. This is a badly idea.
  4. That sound is nicely.
Grade 3 Adverbs CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.3.1, L.3.1g
The FAT duck ate a fish.

Is the word in all caps an adjective or adverb?
  1. adjective
  2. adverb
Grade 3 Adverbs CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.3.1
Choose the correct form of the word to fill in the blank.

Demarco and Terri                climbed into the treehouse.
  1. slowest
  2. slowly
  3. slow
  4. slower
Grade 3 Adverbs
Which word is an adverb?
  1. hard
  2. rocket
  3. dangerously
Grade 3 Adverbs CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.3.1, L.3.1g
Which sentence uses the correct form of the adverb?
  1. I can run more fast than my brother when I wear running shoes.
  2. I can talk more louder than my uncle when I am excited.
  3. I can move more quickly than all the players on my team.
  4. I can swim more better than all my friends in the neighborhood.
Grade 3 Adverbs CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.3.1, L.3.1g
Which of the following sentences uses an adverb correctly?
  1. Jeff rode his bike quick to the playground.
  2. The ball player walked sadly off the field.
  3. Cindy sings loudest than anyone I know.
  4. The bowling ball rolled slow down the lane.
Grade 3 Adverbs
Which word is an ADVERB in the sentence below?

My sheepdog sat lazily in the pool.
  1. sheepdog
  2. lazily
  3. pool
  4. sat
Grade 3 Adverbs
Which word is an ADVERB in the sentence below?

My grandpa snored loudly.
  1. My
  2. snored
  3. grandpa
  4. loudly
Grade 3 Adverbs
Which word is an ADVERB in the sentence below?

I will visit my friend tomorrow.
  1. tomorrow
  2. will
  3. visit
  4. friend
Grade 3 Adverbs
Which word is an ADVERB in the sentence below?

JoJo is outside playing with the dog.
  1. is
  2. outside
  3. playing
  4. dog
Grade 3 Adverbs
Which word is an ADVERB in the sentence below?

Shannon carefully rode her bike to Betty's house.
  1. her
  2. Betty's
  3. house
  4. carefully
Grade 3 Adverbs
Which word is an ADVERB in the sentence below?

Dad loosely tied the box with a piece of string.
  1. loosely
  2. the
  3. box
  4. of
Grade 3 Adverbs CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.3.1, L.3.1g
Which of the following adverbs tell when?
  1. softly
  2. yesterday
  3. excitedly
  4. near
Grade 3 Adverbs
Which word is an ADVERB in the sentence below?

Miss Dixon is always on time to the meetings.
  1. is
  2. always
  3. time
  4. meetings
Grade 3 Adverbs
Which word is an ADVERB in the sentence below?

Chloe played on the beach yesterday.
  1. played
  2. on
  3. beach
  4. yesterday
Grade 3 Adverbs CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.3.1, L.3.1a
Which of the following sentence contains an adverb that tells "where"?
  1. Sandy skated gracefully.
  2. Tyler visited the museum yesterday.
  3. We must speak softly when the baby is sleeping.
  4. The bear watched her cubs play nearby.
Grade 3 Adverbs CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.3.1, L.3.1g
Shelby walked                to the stage for her award.
  1. proud
  2. prouder
  3. proudly
  4. most proud
Grade 3 Adverbs
Which word is an ADVERB in the sentence below?

Noel put the ice in the freezer quickly so it would not melt.
  1. ice
  2. freezer
  3. quickly
  4. it
Grade 3 Adverbs CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.3.1, L.3.1g
I joined the swim team                 this year than I did last year.
  1. latest
  2. later
  3. more later
  4. most later
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