An adjective is a word that modifies a noun (or pronoun) to make it more specific: a "rotten" egg, a "cloudy" day, a "lovely" lady, or a "tall," "cool" glass of water.
Use adjectives to give your nouns a little attitude or to communicate clearly. Without these important parts of speech, your drive through orders would never be completed with out enunciating small, medium, or large!
This is a great game to utilize before a descriptive writing piece. Student pick adjectives modifying nouns from a basket and act them out. By picking two groups you can play the boys against the girls or row 1-3 against row 4-6.
The noun is stated and students must act out the adjective. The group that accrues the most points from acting out the adjective and noun best is the winner!
There are even blank tables at the end to allow students to enter in their own word pairs in groups.