This packet has everything you’ll need to introduce adjectives to your students and is perfect for beginners. Parts of speech can be a tricky concept to teach to your students, so let me help! I have spend hours creating fun, meaningful activities about adjectives that your students will LOVE! Please note: many of the activities in this packet also integrate nouns. Need to review nouns with your students? I have a noun packet on TpT HERE.
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- Adjective Posters (in color and B&W) one has the definition of an adjective and the other one details what adjectives tell us.
- Mini Adjective Posters for students to put in their journals
- Bubblegum Machine Craftivity students will make a bubblegum machine craft and on each gumball they will write an adjective to describe bubblegum
- Adjective Board Game students will answers questions about adjectives while playing a board game with their peers
- A-Z Book of Adjectives (For Writer’s Workshop) this book will give your students a complete list of adjectives (A-Z) and is perfect for writing
- Writing Prompts (Writing Web and Worksheet) students will think of adjectives to describe and noun and they write about it
- Mini Adjective Book in this book students will write about how adjectives tell us what color, how many, the size, how it sounds, how it feels, and how it looks
- Reading Passages students will find the adjectives in reading passages and record them on their worksheet
- Adjective Word Sort students will identify adjectives and sort them
- Adjective Bookmark while reading students will search for adjectives and record them on their adjective bookmark
- Class Activity for this activity you will distribute pictures of a person, place or thing (nouns) to you students and give them an opportunity to share an adjective that describes the picture they were given
- Build-A-Sentence Game with a partner students will build a sentence — they will roll the dice to get a noun, spin the spinner to get a verb, and pick a card from the deck to get an adjective
- Adjective Bingo students will make their own bingo boards full of adjectives
- Adjective Opposites students will think of adjective opposites
- Reader Response Worksheets w/ Adjectives after reading, students will use adjectives to show reading comprehension (i.e. use three adjectives to describe the main character)
- Adjective Word Hunt (Read the Room) students will search the classroom for adjectives and record them on their worksheet
- 15+ Assessments/Practice Pages
- Adjective Assessment (formal test)