This colorful file folder game allows students to practice identifying adjectives. Students read a sentence on a card and identify the adjective.
Students move along the game board each time a correct answer is given. The first player to the end, wins!
You can also use this as TASK CARDS, FAST FINISHERS, or to PLAY SCOOT since I have included a student recording sheet.
Page 1: Title and assembly of file folder game.
Page 2: Cut title with graphics and glue on front of a file folder, cut one label and tape on a sandwich size ziploc bag (choose the one you want to use a die or a penny) cut title in lower right hand corner and glue on tab of file folder.
Page 3: Cut out game board and glue inside file folder.
Page 4: Anchor chart that can be posted.
Pages 5, 6: Glue ONE PAGE of rules and mini anchor chart about Adjectives opposite game board inside file folder. (Decide if you want to use a penny or a die).
Pages 7, 8, 9: Laminate question cards and cut apart. Store in ziploc bag with a penny OR die and game pieces. (I use colored paper clips or buttons as game pieces.)
Page 10: Cut out answer key, glue onto a piece of construction paper and laminate.
Page 11: Student answer sheet in case you want to use as task cards in small group, play Scoot, or for fast finishers.
Page 12: Thanks for downloading this product!
Laminate the file folder and store ziploc bag with game pieces, cards, and answer key inside the file folder.
If you have questions please e-mail me, Diane: