Spring Object Descriptive Fun for Adjectives was designed for use on a teletherapy platform, however, it can be displayed on an iPad, SMART Board or laptop with ease. It can also be printed, laminated and used in face-to-face tabletop sessions. Reuse this lesson over and over again. The crisp visual organizer presented with each object will help your students generate and retain NEW descriptive adjectives for later use.
Targeted objects include: sun, rainbow, rabbit, tulip, grill, garden, chalk, umbrella, scooter, sunglasses, nest, blueberries, ice cream, flip flops, lemonade, skateboard, spring tree, wheelbarrow, duck, and clouds.
HOW TO USE:
Present each object and its accompanying graphic organizer. Read the sentence provided. Help your student generate additional, more age appropriate adjectives to describe the targeted noun. A helpful list of spring adjectives has been provided if you need help!
Once the graphic organizer is complete with adjectives, use those adjectives to create a longer, more descriptive sentence (i.e.; "The pink rabbit is fluffy, chubby and quick"). Your students will LOVE seeing their sentences grow in meaning and length. You can even generate a small paragraph given the descriptions you have generated.