Monster Adjective Worksheet/Literacy Center
Recently I taught my scholars about adjectives, and I used monsters as the noun they would be describing. To kick off the lesson I read "That's Not My Monster" to them, although there are other great monster books out there too. Following the story, we had a class monster that we described, and then my kiddos drew their own monsters to describe. So this worksheet is actually an after the fact idea that came to me. But I know my scholars will still enjoy it as a review for adjectives! You can use these pages as a worksheet or you can also use these pages as a literacy center.
For a literacy center, I would recommend printing each monster-adjective page back to back to save paper, and on card stock for durability. Then laminate the pages so that your kids can use them over and over again. Instead of having them write on the lined paper, I would have the students write their descriptive paragraph in their journals/notebooks!
This game will help your students:
-use descriptive words
-use their imagination!
Here's what's included in this package!
-1 sheet of introduction and instruction
-1 sheet of example for monster-adjective fill out page
-1 sheet of example descriptive paragraph
-10 sheets of a picture with a monster and adjective boxes
-1 sheet of lined paper for the descriptive paragraph
I hope your kiddos have a great time! :)
**If you would like the worksheets for blank monsters so that your students can color their own monster, you can look for the other worksheet "Monster Adjective Worksheets/Workshop Center (black and white)