UPDATE: I have recently added Pack 2 of ‘is am are verbs’ You can find it here.
Is: We use ‘is’ when referring to someone or something (in the singular). Simply put, we use ‘is’ when referring to one.
Kim is beautiful.
He is shy.
She is a girl.
am: Use ‘am’ when referring to yourself.
I am late.
I am a boy.
I am happy.
are: Use ‘are’ when referring to someone or something (in the plural). Simply put, we use ‘are’ when referring to more than one.
The children are sleeping.
They are late.
Our parents are coming.
We are having fun.
Tim and Jim are swimming.
We use ‘are’ with ‘you.’
You are wet.
We use ‘is’ with ‘it.’
It is a sunny day.
I am sharing a simple ‘is am are worksheet’ pack for our little learners which will help them understand the concept better.
A simple worksheet with short sentences to understand the usage of ‘is am are.’
Complete the sentence with ‘is am are ‘ and then match it with the pictures.
This ‘is am are verbs’ worksheet will make our little learners understand the usage of is, am, and are in negative sentences.
Complete the sentence with ‘is am are verbs’ and then match it with the pictures. You can also choose to write the sentence number in the block next to the picture.
In the last worksheet, we understand the usage of ‘is am are’ in interrogative sentences.