Adjective Task Cards are a fun way to review and practice adjectives. There are a lot of different ways to have students complete this activity.
Here are a few ideas:
1. Learning Center- Place all of the cards on a table in the classroom. Small groups of 3 to 5 students can visit the table and complete the task cards. They can complete them in any order they'd like. You can have them do as many, or as few, as you choose.
2. Dry-Erase Laminate the cards. Then invite students to write on the cards with a dry-erase marker as they complete.
3. Classroom Scavenger Hunts Place task cards all around the room. (Examples: on the classroom door, attached to a students' chair, hanging from the classroom bookshelf) Students must search for the cards and complete the task.
4. Morning Challenge Place all of the task cards in a basket. When students enter the classroom in the morning, they choose one card from the basket to solve.
5. Interactive White Board Lessons If you have a document camera attached to an interactive white board, you can display task cards for students to solve.
6. Extra Help Have a parent, friend, or volunteer sit with individual students who need extra help. They can practice by completing the task cards together.
Page 2 and 3 (larger 3 lined paper, 2 to a page) OR Page 4 and 5 (smaller single lines, 4 to a page)
-these can be printed 2 sided and then copied to make a book or laminate to make them reusable
Page 6-11 these work best if printed in color.