This is a fun, interactive, and very useful activity that helps students understand the difference between nouns, verbs, and adjectives and how they are used in a sentence.
There are 18 different pictures (photographs) that are interesting to look at and have unique colors, actions, objects, and settings. Students are asked to choose words that describe the pictures from a group of words and place them on an organizer.
Teachers can decide what to do from this point. Students will have all the words they need to create an interesting and dynamic description and depending on the teacher's preference, they can use these words as a starting point for a creative story, or they can practice correct sentence structures for nouns, verbs, and adjectives.
*Three pages of six photographs each (24 separate photographs)
*5 pages of adjectives with 40 adjectives on each page (200 different adjectives)
*2 pages of nouns with 40 nouns on each page (80 different nouns)
*3 pages of verbs with 40 verbs on each page (120 verbs)
*Separate blank sheet to write nouns, verbs, and adjectives that you think your students should know
*Organizer for word placement
*Organizer and definitions for nouns, verbs, and adjectives to use as a pre and post assessment
*Example of how to place the words so students can visually see what they are supposed to do and the teacher can explain the process.
**PLEASE NOTE that all photographs are from wikicommons or are my own photographs**
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