This activity allows your students to practice differentiating between adjectives and adverbs in sentences. Students are presented with 20 apples containing underlined words. If the underlined word is an adjective, they color the apple red. If the underlined word is an adverb, they color the apple green.
When they have completed the worksheets, students assemble the craftivity. They create two baskets, cut out the apples, and then place the apples in the correct basket.
Student-friendly directions are included so that you can place the directions under your document camera, and students can refer to them as they complete the project. (An answer key is also included.)
Do your students enjoy craftivities as much as my 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders do? Would you like to integrate more hands-on creative activities (that still reinforce the standards) like this into your curriculum? I have several more learning craftivities available in my store. (Just click on the links below to take a peek at some of my top sellers!) Also, I have plans to create a few more, so feel free to follow me or check my store occasionally to see my newest products!
Author’s Purpose Craftivity: PIE’ED
Nonfiction Text Structure Craftivity (featuring 20 passages!!)
** A TOP SELLER!
Genre Craftivity (with an option to included visualization and making predictions)
Author’s Purpose Craftivity: PIE
Context Clues Craftivity
** A TOP SELLER!
Main Idea and Details Craftivity: Ice Cream Cones
** MY BEST SELLER!
Main Idea and Details Craftivity: The Earth
Figurative Language Craftivity
Similes, Metaphors, and Alliteration Craftivity: Sentence Superheroes
Cause and Effect Craftivity: 2 Worksheets, 1 Craftivity, 1 Teaching Poster
Subjects and Predicates Train Craftivity
If you want to learn more about craftivities, check out my blog post by clicking here!
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