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This is the Spanish version of my Parts of Speech Activities Sampler
Included are printable pages and color-cut-paste activities to supplement classroom instruction about verbs, adjectives, and adverbs.
In this unit, you'll find these activities:
Adjectives Pizza: Students paste examples of adjective "toppings" on the pizza.
Adjectives Popcorn Party: Students distinguish which words are adjectives.
Verb Cloze: I made up a jingle to introduce verbs. Students then give their own examples of verbs.
Verb S'mores: Students glue only the verbs to the graham cracker.
Adverb Sundaes: This activity explains what adverbs are. Students cut and paste all the parts for a quick visual about recognizing adverbs.
Adverb Cloze: Students fill in the blanks with adverbs that could reasonably complete each sentence.
Adverb Gumballs: Students color gumballs based on what question each adverb answers.