Do you have some primary students who still have difficulty identifying adverbs? Not to worry! Our Adverb Jingle helps students learn not only the definition of an adverb, but also the three initial questions to ask when finding adverbs:
How? When? Where?
(Don't have our ELA jingles? Here's where you can find them.)
Have students work in small groups to make lists of adverbs, according to which adverb question they answer. This helps students understand the difference between the three adverb questions.
Here is how one teacher displayed the results of her students’ group work on a chart when they came together as a class to discuss the activity.
Remember, categorization is a great way to help the brain in retaining information as well as granting your students practice with analyzation of the idea. Happy writing!