Use this interactive active and passive voice sort as a fun activity or a verb voice game.
Teaching active and passive voice can be fun! Practice recognizing active and passive voice with this interactive grammar sort. You choose if you would like this as a PDF (for printing) or a digital download. This verb voice activity is the perfect grammar game!
Students should be able to differentiate between active and passive voice before they can apply verb voice to their writing. This grammar sort is a nice alternative to the grammar worksheet.
Included in this active and passive voice sort:
→ Interactive notebook pieces for active and passive voice on blocks. If you do NOT use interactive notebooks, simply discard these pieces.
→ 20 sentences. 10 are in active voice; 10 are in passive voice. Students will need to cut and place each piece in the correct category.
→ An answer sheet for students to adhere the answers.
→ You will receive a copy of a Google Slides presentation. Students will drag and drop the active or passive pieces into the correct categories. (The digital version of this verb voice activity is pictured on the cover.) Share via email or Google Classroom.
Not sure how to use this active and passive sort?
Use grammar sorts as:
√ Part of station work.
√ A scoot activity.
√ A grammar game.
√ Part of an anchor chart.
√ Independent practice/fast finishers.
Add this active and passive voice sort as a grammar game or as an interactive grammar activity.