This unit for adverbs includes everything you need to teach JUST adverbs! From a mini-lesson to no prep printables to center activities to journals to assessment, I got you covered! In fact, I made sure to make it overflow with more than you need to teach just adverbs, so you have options to pull from for students who need extra review. I also included a writing project activity that will move students from foundational knowledge with adverbs to higher level thinking. Additionally, this resources includes adverb spinner games, where one spinner equals 7 activities! These are really great for differentiating instruction, and all students get to have some spinning fun!
Please note, this resource covers just adverbs and is ideal for the second grade level. If you are looking for a resource that covers adjectives and adverbs, I have a unit for that here. Also Just Adverbs, Just Adjectives, and Adjectives and Adverbs Together are bundled together in my ADJECTIVE AND ADVERB MEGA BUNDLE THAT YOU CAN FIND HERE. If you own the Adjectives and Adverbs Mega Bundle (please do not confuse with adjectives and adverbs together), then you own this resource.
•Overview with objectives to aid you with any formal lesson plans you will need to turn into your school
•Mini-lesson on adverbs with guided models and student applications
•Anchor chart with examples of adverbs in color and black and white (You can print it or project the pdf!)
•Optional projectable student application sentences (These are also located on the mini-lesson and can be written on a dry erase board if you don't have access to a projector. You simply just project the pdf.)
•Student reference cards in color and black & white
•Graphic organizer to collect adverbs while reading
•Task Cards in color and black and white with recording sheet
•Adverb Spinning Fun game set (Three spinners. Each spinner equals 7 activities! Also, includes b&w option of spinners)
•10 no prep adjective printables including a reading comprehension passage where student have to hunt down adverbs
•Interactive notebook entry (optional, of course!)
•Writing Project with teacher and student rubrics, where students will need to use those adverbs to make their writing descriptive
A note about this resource for adverbs: This comes in non-editable pdf. Sorry, I can not offer this editable due to copyright restrictions by some of the clip artists. Thank you for your understanding.
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This resource for adverbs is for personal use only and one license is a single user license for one teacher.
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