Finding Parts of Speech in Reading Books

Here’s a really simple (and quick) worksheet for kids to use during their independent reading time or as a homework assignment to help reinforce parts of speech. Although it may seem repetitive (identifying 15 of the same part of speech), this is what some students need to catch on to the idea. For the students who already understand parts of speech, it’s PAINLESS and can be accomplished in a matter of minutes.


Click here to download the worksheets:

Verbs in My Reading Book worksheet
Nouns in My Reading Book worksheet
Adjectives in My Reading Book worksheet
Prepositions in My Reading Book worksheet

*You can modify these worksheets on Microsoft Word so they focus on other grammar concepts your class may struggle with.

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2 thoughts on “Finding Parts of Speech in Reading Books

  1. I love these because I believe grammar is best taught as a part of their lives. We use these with their science and history chapters too. It helps them find the important things as they read – the “whats” and “whos” and “what did/do they do.”

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