This is filled with fun ways for your kiddos to learn about and use adjectives! Along the way, work on word choice, antonyms, and synonyms!
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-10 pictures where students list the adjectives that describe them. A wrap sheet is included where students write 5 sentences about the picture using the adjectives they came up with.
-Coloring Adjectives: Color the signs that have adjectives on them
-Color by Adjectives: Like color by number but the kids have to find the matching synonym for each adjective
-Antonym Adjectives: Write an adjective that is an antonym.
-Synonym Adjectives: Write a adjective that is a synonym.
-Puzzle Adjectives: 2 versions. One kids write adjectives that are synonyms on the puzzle pieces. Second, students glue puzzle pieces together that are synonyms.
-Spin and Adjective: Spin the spinner and then write an adjective that is either the synonym or antonym.
-Award an Adjective: Rate the quality of the adjective by coloring in a ribbon.
-Highlight the Adjectives: Highlight the adjectives found in short stories.
-Adjective Cards: 40 adjective cards to play games.
-I have Who Has: Adjective Synonyms
-I have Who Has: Adjective Antonyms
-Monster Adjectives: Design a monster, then write a paragraph describing your monster. There is also a sheet for students to describe their monsters to a partner and have them draw what they picture from the description given.
-Bag It: Recording sheet for students to use when you put objects in a brown bag and have students reach in and describe what it feels like.
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