Creepy Town's Adjective Problem

Creepy Town's Adjective Problem
Creepy Town's Adjective Problem
Creepy Town's Adjective Problem
Creepy Town's Adjective Problem
Creepy Town's Adjective Problem
Creepy Town's Adjective Problem
Creepy Town's Adjective Problem
Creepy Town's Adjective Problem
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Learning about adjectives can be fun, and a little creepy too, with this unit about adjectives! Start with a four page story about Creepy Town's adjective problem, then help the newspaper editor bring adjectives back into her newspaper! All of this to help Mayor Drac get over being called "wimpy"! Fun at not only Halloween, but any time of the school year! Designed for 2nd and 3rd graders, but perfect for 4th graders still confused about adjectives.

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This unit includes:

Teacher directions

4 page story

4 worksheets (two versions of one sheet)

Adjective Poster

Game board, spinner and 8 pages (72) adjective cards

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Comments about this resource include:

What an awesome resource! "My kids" loved this interactive way to review adjectives. They thought it was so funny that they wanted to re-read the story over and over. I loved it because it was a great way to reinforce the use of adjectives without putting much thought into it.
November 7, 2017

I used this lesson for an observation this year. It went great, thanks!!! The students loved everything that we did and my principal was very impressed! The kids have wanted to play the game every day since the lesson!!
Thanks again,
Tracy 3rd grade ELA teacher

This is a fantastic (and fun), resource. The kids loved it. Thanks so much for creating it :)

Students absolutely loved this unit. We had a great time using our adjectives with the clozed sentences in creepy town news.

I adore this! My students had a blast reading through the story script together and were elated when they realized they would be able to help with the problem. My principal came and observed me while teaching this lesson and was very impressed with it as well.

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About this Teacher Author
Jan Bernard
National Board Certified Teacher (2001-2011), Masters in Curriculum, Gifted Certified, Cobb County Elementary Teacher of the Year, Addison Elementary Teacher of the Year, Bullard Elementary Teacher of the Year, Atlanta Journal and Constitution Honor Teacher finalist ($5000 award), District 3 Georgia Science Teacher of the Year, Author of seven books published by The Child's World Press, Wrote online k-12 social studies and language arts curriculum for Coca Cola, curriculum writer for CNN, curriculum writer for American Legacy Publishers 2009-2014, 25 years teaching experience in grades 1st-4th.

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Creepy Town's Adjective Problem by Jan Bernard is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License
Total Pages
25 pages
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Teaching Duration
3 days
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