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This set of materials is meant to supplement classroom instruction. Here's what's included in this set:
* "Adjective Sundaes" that call for students to cut and paste scoops of ice cream and glue them into the bowl. Adjectives tell us what kind, how many, which one, whose, and what color. The bowl is labeled "Adjectives." Each scoop has one of the questions that adjectives answer. The cherry on top says, "Words that describe." A color example is included to show to students.
* "Adjective Popcorn Party" worksheet that asks students to color adjectives yellow and non-adjectives orange. An answer key is provided.
* A cloze activity for verbs. I put a jingle to the tune of "Skip to My Lou" and gave two examples of verbs. Students are asked to give other examples of verbs and then to write their own song or poem about verbs.
* "S'more Verbs" color-cut-paste activity that asks students to make a s'more by gluing just the verbs to the graham cracker.
* "Adverb Pizza" color-cut-paste activity that explains the questions an adverb answers and asks students to paste all the toppings to show examples of adverbs. (Different toppings were chosen based on which question the adverb answers.)
* "Adverb Gumball Machine" coloring activity that asks students to color gumballs based on which question each adverb answers.
The Spanish version is here.