Parts of Speech Nouns, Verbs, and Adjectives Bundle
Help your students better understand the different parts of speech with the activities in this growing bundle!
Teaching grammar can be challenging, but the activities in this growing pack make learning fun your students and easy for you!
Each of these parts of speech packs follows a proven systematic approach to teaching. They include all the parts of speech activities, tools, and assessments you need to complete your unit of study. All activities are standards aligned and perfect for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade! (Just pull what you need!)
Each pack includes tons of resources to help you teach the part of speech. From anchor charts, posters, and engaging games, you'll have a wealth of activities to pull from to engage your students from the start.
Each pack also includes hands-on activities, exploration ideas, and worksheets to help your students apply their learning in a meaningful way. Each unit also includes engaging center station activities as well!
Unlike many other parts of speech units, this unit also includes assessment activities. Use the parts of speech worksheets to spot check your students learning, or the parts of speech assessments as part of your formal assessment routine. All are designed for quick and easy grading by you and include answer sheets.
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- Action and Linking verb reference posters
- Action or Linking verb tab book
- “Act It Out” Action verb game
- “I Have… Who Has…” Action and linking verb activity
- Verb hunt sheet for any book
- Verb hunt sheet coding text sheet.
- Action or Linking verb sentence cut and paste sort
- Verb Up! Complete the sentence cut and paste (Action, Linking, and mixed review)
- Spin a Verb- spinner activities for action, linking, and mixed review
- Quick Print activities- perfect for literacy centers, assessments and whole group practice!
- My Super Verb Story with Super Hero craft
This unit is broken into three separate parts to make planning your adjectives unit a breeze!
- Teaching Posters- One for adjectives and one for adjectives that compare- hang up these posters during your adjectives study and reference them often!
- Adjectives Anchor Chart- just print, color, assemble! Laminate for durability. Keep up all year for students to reference.
- Adjective/Not an Adjective sorting pocket book- Help students understand the difference between adjectives and nouns.
- Listen Up for Adjectives- tie in literature! As students listen to a story, have them write down some of the adjectives they hear as well as what noun it is describing.
- Adjectives Gallery Walk- Use this up and moving activity to have your students practice using adjectives. Place gallery posters around the room with different objects. Then, let students rotate through adding adjectives that describe the objects.
- Adjectives Mystery Bags- Another hands on activity. Place items in mystery bags and have students describe them using adjectives.
- Comparing Using Adjectives Picture Prompts- Use as a whole group activity by displaying the prompts and having students compare the nouns. Includes recording sheet.
- Adjectives that Compare Tab-book- help students understand that adjectives can compare nouns with this cut and past tab book!
Quick Prints for Adjectives that describe:
- Sorting Out Adjectives: quick cut and paste sorting activity that has students sorting adjectives by type of descriptive word.
- Describe Me! Students use the picture as reference to write down adjectives that describe the picture. Includes two different picture prompts.
- Friendly Adjectives- Students work to describe their friend. Then, write three sentences about their friend using their adjectives. Includes support and free draw version.
Quick Prints for Adjectives that Compare (Comparatives and Superlatives)
- Adding -er and -est Tab Book- Students work to add endings to base words to creative adjectives that compare. Then, write a sentence using the word.
- Adjectives That Compare- Students work to complete the chart by adding -er and -est to base words, then use 3 words in a sentence. Includes primary lines version.
- Add the Adjective- Students complete this cut and paste activity by completing the sentence using the comparative and superlative adjectives.
- Describe It! Students match pictures with two different adjectives
- Let's Compare! Students work to compare the objects on the picture cards. Includes a primary and regular writing lines recording sheet.
Although the quick prints can be used as part of your informal assessment routine, this unit also includes three different formal assessments. Each assessment does include an answer key.
- Adjectives Assessment- Students work to complete sentences using word banks and multiple choice questions to asses their learning about adjectives that describe.
- Adjectives that Compare- Students work to use comparatives and superlatives to complete sentences.
- All Adjectives Assessment- An assessment that includes both descriptive adjectives and adjectives that compare.
As teachers, we know that just "knowing" about adjectives isn't enough. We need our students to use them in their own writings. This pack also includes a writing activity with two craft options.
- Amazing Me! Students work through the writing process to complete this expository writing piece about what makes them amazing! Includes primary and regular writing lines and self assessment rubric. Choose from two different craft options for publishing!
- Craft One: Students create a word cloud of adjectives that describe them.
- Craft Two: Students use their face as part of their craft option.
Need activities to quickly engage your students and to review this key parts of speech concept? Use this nouns activities pack to teach your students about common and proper nouns, plural nouns, collective nouns, and possessive nouns.
This unit is designed to make it easy for you to teach, engage, and assess your students as they learn about nouns.
This unit is broken into three separate parts to make planning your adjectives unit a breeze!
- Teaching Posters- Includes a colorful reference poster for: Nouns, common and proper nouns, plural nouns, irregular plural nouns, collective nouns, and possessive nouns- hang up these posters during your adjectives study and reference them often!
- Nouns Anchor Chart- just print, color, assemble! Includes an interactive anchor chart for each noun type covered in the unit! Laminate for durability. Keep up all year for students to reference. Use year after year without having to remake the chart.
- Noun/Not a Noun sorting pocketbook- Help students understand the difference between nouns and other words.
- Listen Up for Nouns- tie in literature! As students listen to a story, have them write down some of the nouns they hear as well what type of noun it is (person, place, thing or animal)
- Nouns Posters- Students illustrate a specific type of noun to create reference posters for the class.
- Common and Proper Nouns Gallery Walk- Use this up and moving activity to have your students brainstorm common and proper noun types. Place gallery posters around the room. Then, let students rotate through adding nouns that describe the objects.
- I have/Who Has Plural Nouns Game-pass out cards to students. Then, play through this fun and engaging game. Includes an irregular plural nouns stack and picture clues.
- Proper Nouns Tab book – Students sort the proper nouns.
- Collective Nouns Mini book- Students learn more about collective nouns through this animal group mini-book. Includes identification mini lesson at the end.
- Possessive Nouns Word Hunt- Students work to look through books to find possessive nouns.
Quick Prints for All Noun Types:
- Sorting out Nouns- students sort nouns into categories
- Plural Noun match book- students work to add -s or -es to make singular nouns plural
- Singular and Plural Nouns- students work to write the correct singular or plural noun. Includes primary lines version.
- Add the Plural Nouns- students cut and glue the correct irregular plural noun on the sheet. Includes a more structured version and less structured version.
- Common and Proper Noun- students use crayons to identify common and proper nouns.
- Common and Proper Nouns- when given a common noun, students work to name a proper noun.
- Days, Months, and Holidays- Students work to capitalize days, months, and holidays.
- Possessive Nouns- in this cut and paste activity, students work to add apostrophes and -s to words to make it possessive.
- Possessive Plural Nouns- students work to add apostrophes or apostrophe and -s to plural nouns to make them possessive.
- Collective Nouns- students use the word bank to write the correct collective noun for groups of people, things, and animals.
Center Games for All Noun Types:
- Sorting Out Nouns- Students work to sort nouns into the proper category. Includes recording sheet.
- Proper Noun Write Up! Students read sentence cards and identify the proper nouns. Then, rewrite the sentence to capitalize the proper nouns. Includes a primary and regular writing lines recording sheet.
- Plural Noun Watch- A two ways to play game. Students work to match the singular noun with it's plural. Includes irregular nouns and recording sheet.
- Possessive Noun Match Up- Students work to match up and noun with an object in this puzzle matching game. Then, complete the sentence on the recording sheet to include the possessive noun and item it owns.
- Collective Noun Match Up-Students work to match the collective noun with the picture. Then, record their answers on the recording sheet.
Although the quick prints can be used as part of your informal assessment routine, this unit also includes formal assessments for each noun type. Each assessment does include an answer key.
- Nouns Assessment- Students work to identify nouns as people, places, things, and animals. Then, students circle the nouns in a sentence and answer multiple choice questions to asses their learning about common nouns.
- Plural Nouns Assessment- Students work to complete sentences by bubbling answers, then rewrite sentences with the correct plural noun.
- Proper Nouns Assessment- Students identify proper nouns, then rewrite sentences.
- Possessive Nouns Assessment- students choose the correct possessive noun from multiple choice answers. Then, rewrite sentences.
- Collective Noun Assessment- Students complete sentences by selecting the best collective noun from a word bank. Then, select answers form multiple choice.
As teachers, we know that just "knowing" about nouns isn't enough. Nouns allow us to strengthen our writings. Use the mini-lesson and story template to help students create details narratives using nouns. This pack also includes a writing activity with.
- Neat Nouns! Students work through the writing process to complete this narrative writing piece using nouns! Includes story template and noun cards, narrative writing pre-writing organizer, rough draft and final draft papers. Primary and regular writing lines are available as well as a self assessment rubric. After completing their writing, students illustrate their narrative.