Read these Verb Books BEFORE Handing Kids a Pencil May 2, 2020 By Bekki Leave a Comment This content may contain affiliate links. Related: Yes, there are some really fun verb activities! My Top Picks? It’s Hard to Be a Verb Louis is a verb! He has a lot of trouble focusing and he is always doing something, but the problem is usually it’s the wrong something. It’s hard to be a verb! My knees start itching, my toes start twitching, my skin gets jumpy, others get grumpy. When it comes to sitting still it’s just not my deal. Haven t you heard… I am a verb! Louis mom teaches him how to focus by showing him a few hands-on ideas that anyone can try. A must-have book for all who struggle with paying attention! Kites Sail High by Ruth Heller This fun book explicates and celebrates verbs of all kinds, in ebullient verses which themselves sail and soar. Children will find it a painless and concise grammar lesson as well as a visual treat…A boon for language arts teachers as well as for all children and adults who love to play with the language. DIY Verb Craft and Activity Crate Think your students are ready for a pencil? Start here Mad Libs- Because they never get old!! Mad Libs is a phrasal template word game where one player prompts others for a list of words to substitute for blanks in a story, before reading the – often comical or nonsensical – story aloud. PRINT THIS FREE Verb Activity List. This post comes with a free printable verb activity list to help keep your kids hopping as they learn those verb tenses! This printable simplifies our journey to being that fun teacher!! Here is a sneak preview… DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE PRINTABLE Download the checklist. You’ll get the printable, plus join 9,000+ moms who receive my weekly parenting tips and ideas!Print. Any paper will do the trick, but card stock would be ideal.Place it in an easy to find spot as a helpful reminder.