This chart may be used to practice singular and plural forms of commonly used Spanish adjectives. Students will fill in the boxes with the masculine singular, feminine singular, masculine plural and feminine plural forms of the verbs indicated. Verbs included: alto, bajo, interesante, inteligente, moreno, antipatico, simpatico, guapo, divertido, paciente, aburrido, tonto, facil, dificil, feo, inocente, gordo, delgado, pobre, rico, perezoso, trabajador, malo, bueno, timido, ordenado, tacano, popular, pequeno, moreno, rubio, and horrible.
It may be used as a fill-in-the blank activity or as guided notes. I've included the answer key directly after each practice sheet. The answer key may be projected on a Smartboard to assist with the correct forms of adjectives such as trabajador or gender neutral adjectives.