1. Wash your hands before you eat anything.
2. Cheetahs run so fast.
3. He prays before going to bed.
4. Mariam walks in the neighborhood in the mornings.
5. Alicia swims as an expert.
2. Kids are playing outside.
3. Why is Joseph crying?
4. Dad is jumping on the trampoline with my siblings.
5. Jenna is singing aloud.
Asking your child to identify verbs from their everyday routine, school life, or activities they like with friends will help them practice the theme of English action verbs. You can also ask them to identify the action verb in a few short sentences that you tell them. Another game you might play is to locate verbs that begin with the letter that was most recently used in an action.
The left column, top to bottom: Drink – Sing – Eat – Play
The right column, top to bottom: Run – Read – Jump – Write