Looking for some extension work? This teacher resource has 13 pages of thinking activities that can be used to consolidate or even assess students’ knowledge of adjectives. The activities provided include within this free teaching resource include: - Adjectives and Nouns - Rhyming Adjectives - Critical Thinking - Odd One Out - What’s The Relationship? - Adjective Analogies Download this free teacher resource to see how our lessons focus on HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILLS!
Throughout my teaching career I have found that when students are learning to break words into syllables, it is often the one and two syllable words that can be most difficult to master. This board game provides students with an opportunity to practice this skill in a fun and engaging way.
I hope you enjoy this fun 10 slide freebie. It is an auditory processing, sequencing, and memory activity where students act as customers, servers, cooks, and supervisors in a pizza shop. The customer orders from a menu and the server must recall the order and express it to the cook. The cook must recall the order and assemble the pizza. The supervisor provides cues as needed.
Adjectives: In this pack there are a variety of jungle-themed worksheets. Each activity is about expanding students knowledge and understanding about adjectives. The activities are based on Blooms Taxonomy and include graphic organisers to promote students' higher order thinking skills and creativity.
Looking for ideas to increase engagement with your students? DICE DECKS interactive task cards teach specific skills while keeping their attention! Great for individual, small group (speech therapy, RTI, etc.), or even whole-class learning. Click to view this Pronouns grammar set!
Thank you for your download! Hope you find these worksheets useful and helpful to help you enhance your teaching about adjectives!File consists of:-Identifying adjectives worksheet-Describing "Myself" using adjectives worksheetAnd BEST OF ALL... These worksheets are available to you in Spanish and English!!
Sparkling Adjectives Christmas Freebie- Just Updated!Students design their own Christmas tree and then brainstorm "Sparkling" or "Amazing" adjectives to describe it. Then they write a short paragraph using their adjectives to describe the tree. Finally, there is a short one page adjectives assessment where students identify adjectives in sentences.