Children could use this for fun and then use some of the words they find here in their writing.
[Tweet “Each time the page is refreshed or a new size of grid is chosen, the wordsearch will be recreated from a bank of adverbs.”]
How To Play
Choose the size of the grid that you want to play. The larger the grid the longer the words are that can be included and more words are likely to be included.
Look for the words. All the words can be read left to right and top to bottom.
Click or touch the first letter of the word and the last letter of the word.
The words will then be highlighted in different colours.
Find all the words and you will win the game.
BTW - if you have words in the grid that you were not expecting - click on the page title to refresh. If you just have https://tutor-your-child.com showing then the words will be drawn from all of the wordsearches on the website.
I am including some links here for worksheets to do with adverbs however I never really advocate just using worksheets as they are written. Sometimes it is helpful for you to see the sort of activity of child might do but I would try and think of a way to cut it up and make a game of it. At the very least is it possible to make a quiz out of it maybe even with some prizes? Put individual words on cards cut them out and then reorder them.
I am not sure why the first piece is called “nice” homework.