Whoops! Something went wrong.

Click here to refresh the page

Adjectives Interactive PowerPoint with Worksheet

Adjectives Interactive PowerPoint with Worksheet
Adjectives Interactive PowerPoint with Worksheet
Adjectives Interactive PowerPoint with Worksheet
Adjectives Interactive PowerPoint with Worksheet
Adjectives Interactive PowerPoint with Worksheet
Adjectives Interactive PowerPoint with Worksheet
Adjectives Interactive PowerPoint with Worksheet
Adjectives Interactive PowerPoint with Worksheet
Product Description
Filled with animations, games, and quizzes, this highly interactive PowerPoint is a great way to introduce or review adjectives help students begin putting adjectives in their writing. Works great on SMART Board too!

Overview of PowerPoint:

•Begins by explaining what adjectives are with animations for examples.
•Gives examples of adjectives used to describe sight, sound, taste, smell, touch, and emotions.
•Students play a guessing game using adjectives (they will love it!)
•Explains how adjectives can help us make sentences more interesting with another guessing game for an example.
•Follows up with an interactive quiz.
•Introduces writing activity at the end to help students incorporate what they've just learned in a FUN way that they'll remember.

Now Mac-friendly! (PowerPoint still required)

Save over 40% by purchasing this in my Reading Comprehension PowerPoint Bundle.

Notes on the worksheet/activity:

At the end of the PowerPoint, the students will practice writing adjectives by drawing a picture and writing detailed sentences about it. The worksheets will then be cut in half and they will guess which description goes with which picture. I have included 30 variations of the worksheet, each with a different cut pattern. The slideshow explains the activity to the students with visual examples.

Here are some extra tips about the activity:

•This activity is easier with small groups of students so there aren't as many different apples to choose from. You may want to split the students into groups and have a high reader read the descriptions for the other students.

•If you want to save ink, try using the brown paper often available at schools with a blank top and lines for writing on the bottom. As the students turn in their papers, cut each in a different pattern.

•For a visual example on how to do this activity, visit here.

Enjoy!

Eve Coates

Be sure to click "follow me" to receive updates about new products and promotions!

You may also be interested in:
Synonyms
Main Idea and Details PowerPoint

Total Pages
27 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
Report this Resource
  • Comments & Ratings
  • Product Q & A
Loading...
$4.00
Digital Download
Add one to cart
avatar

Eve Coates

1,322 Followers
Follow

Advertisement

Advertisement

$4.00
Digital Download
Add one to cart
Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign up