Adventurous Adjectives!Quick View

Adventurous Adjectives!

This is an exciting and engaging lesson/set of tasks aiming to build students' skills at using personification and adjectives in their writing . It was taught during an observation lesson where the teacher received an Outstanding judgement. Students learn to: - Define and give examples of what regular, adventurous, comparative, and superlative adjectives are; - Identify adjectives in fun and interesting examples; - Analyse what makes them effective; - Create their own adventurous adjectives using step-by-step advice; - Peer assess using a clear and succinct success criteria. It comes complete with: - Engaging and visual PowerPoint to guide students (and teacher!) through the lesson; - Colourful and thought-provoking worksheet for the main analysis task; - Lesson plan/ teacher guidance sheet, which goes through the lesson step-by-step; - Resources to create adjective word cards. All pictures are licensed for commercial use, and image authors cited on the final slide. This lesson can also be bought as part of the Descriptive Devices bundle for just £5. The bundle leads students through each language device needed in order to write to describe confidently. Alternatively, you can buy the Descriptive Writing Big Bundle (All descriptive devices lessons, structuring and organising writing lesson, capturing the readers attention lesson, and the literacy writing mat) for £6
Adjectives Word Mat (Over 350 different adjectives)Quick View

Adjectives Word Mat (Over 350 different adjectives)

This is an adjectives word mat I have made to support the writing in my class. I have these on every table during lessons to encourage pupils to use new words and to check the spelling of words they want to use. They are in alphabetical order so pupils can find the word they want to write fast. The different sections include: • Positive feelings • Negative feelings • Size • People • Objects • Time
Pointless - Building Adjectives EditionQuick View

Pointless - Building Adjectives Edition

Based on the popular game show 'Pointless', this resource is perfect for use as a starter activity, plenary, or revision tool. Editable, so that you can change to any other topic or change the questions/answers. Containing almost 30 slides of sound clips, engaging visuals, and suitably challenging questions, this resource is effective at both promoting engagement and enhancing learning. There are several full rounds of questions to build students' understanding of adjectives, including: 1. Finding synonyms of dull adjectives 2. Defining adjectives 3. Unscrambling anagrams of adjectives 4. Finding the most complex and interesting adjectives. The nature of the game ensures that this resource can challenge students of all levels. NOTE: You can buy this resource alone, or in a bundle of 8 Pointless games, for only £1 more!
GCSE French revision adjectivesQuick View

GCSE French revision adjectives

KS3/KS4 revision on adjectives for French GCSE Mind map (with agreement rules and irregular adjectives). One worksheet + answers. Four in a row ready to print to work in pairs A board game (to use as a starter or plenary)
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Adjectives PowerPoint and Worksheets - Adjectives are easy to teach when you use this no-prep PowerPoint! This is a highly visual and interactive adjectives PowerPoint. Students discover what adjectives are through games and exercises. This PowerPoint introduces adjectives to students. By the end of this lesson your students will know exactly what adjectives are. This is a great PowerPoint for the review and introduction of adjectives. Also included are three worksheets to further reinforce and consolidate adjectives. Included: 30 PowerPoint Slides 3 Worksheets & Answer Sheets
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Adjectives: These task cards are a great way for students to have fun while they improve their ability to identify adjectives within sentences. This activity has students reading various sentences to each other, 26 in total, and then asked to identify the adjective within the sentence. A multiple Choice (MC) version and an open ended version is provided. An answer sheet and an answer key are also included.
All About AdjectivesQuick View

All About Adjectives

These are fantastic resources to support the teaching of adjectives. Included are seven activities which can be implemented as whole class activities or set up as rotations or activities for review. Choose the Adjective Students choose the appropriate adjective from the word bank to describe the nouns in the images. Find the Adjectives Students underline the adjectives within the sentences. The sentences in the first box have one adjective to find and the sentences in the second box have two adjectives to find per sentence. Answer sheet included. Add the Adjective Students add adjectives to the blanks in the sentences to describe the nouns. Character Description Students choose adjectives to describe the monster in the image. They then use their adjectives to write sentences about the monster. Using Adjectives Using a foldable, students think of a nouns that can be described by the adjective on the reverse side of the petal. Adjective Sort Students sort the adjectives into the correct category. They write the adjectives in the correct column of the table. Answers included. UK and US spelling versions included (for word colour/color). Setting Description Each sheet contains an image of a setting (underwater, beach, forest, winter street). Students write a description of each setting using adjectives to add detail. Adjective Wordsearch Students find the adjectives within the wordsearch. Answer sheet included. Full, clear teacher instructions included.
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This worksheet is based on adjectives and is really useful!
Using adjectives to describe a setting Year 1Quick View

Using adjectives to describe a setting Year 1

A resource used when teaching a year 1 class about adjectives. Contains a powerpoint with two pictures of an icy setting to describe, a sound clip to be played when the children are thinking about what they may hear in this setting, a thermometer picture to use as a prompt when thinking about how cold it may be there. I used the resource alongside fake snow and fans in boxes. There are senses spinners for lower ability children as a prompt to get them thinking about using the 5 senses to describe the setting. There are also a range of snowflakes. Blank snowflakes for children to write their own adjectives on to share with the class and others with a range of different adjectives on for LA children to decide which ones would be well chosen and which wouldn't. They are then to match the well chosen adjectives to the picture.
Pirate AdjectivesQuick View

Pirate Adjectives

A set of wanted posters to help children describe a pirate using adjectives. A similie matching activity (files similies and similies 2 go together) and a similie pirate theme worksheet.
AS French AdjectivesQuick View

AS French Adjectives

Step by step worksheets taking you through formation of regular and irregular adjectives, both before and after nouns with exercises as you go along.
Adjectives Jeopardy PowerPoint GameQuick View

Adjectives Jeopardy PowerPoint Game

Adjectives Jeopardy PowerPoint Game Slideshow-ESL Fun Games Try out our Adjectives Jeopardy PowerPoint Game Slideshow. Description: Each Jeopardy PowerPoint Game Slideshow can be played with 8 players or 8 teams. All games have one topic with 6 task categories; What’s in the Photo? Answer the Question, True or False, Fill in the Blank, Multiple Choice and Spot the Error. Every game includes Regular Jeopardy, Double Jeopardy, The Daily Double and Final Jeopardy, for a total of 61 different tasks with answers, automatic or manual scoring and a colored timer bar. All 126 slides are also animated with Jeopardy sounds! How to Use It: 1st: Adjust the Countdown Timer to 30. This will give 30 seconds for the student to answer. The game can be played with three individuals or three groups. Students will take turns picking a category and dollar amount. Click on the chosen box for the task or question. 2nd: Immediately click on the timer bar at the bottom. It will count for 30 seconds if you preset it to do so. This matches the amount of time the music plays. Of course, if you want to give students less time to answer you may do so. Just preset the timer for less seconds. 3rd: After the student answers, click on the arrow at the bottom right hand corner of the presentation. This will take you to the answer slide. 4th: Next click the arrow at the bottom left hand corner of the presentation. This will take you back to the question where you can enter “correct” or “incorrect”. You must choose one or the other for the game to function properly. Clicking “correct” will add to their score and incorrect will deduct from their score. Click on “Board” to go back to the board for another task. 5: If you know the student is correct and don’t want to take time to move back and forth between the slides simply click “correct” on the task slide and the correct response will then be shown. Click on “Board” to go back to the board for another task. If the student gives the wrong answer, click “incorrect”. Click on the bottom right hand arrow to see the answer. The click on “Board” to return to the game. To skip viewing the correct responses all together, check the box below Click “Adj Scores” from the board to manually change scores if a mistake was made. 6th: If time permits you can move on to Double Jeopardy after completing the first board by clicking “go double” in the upper right-hand corner of the board. Both boards have completely different tasks or questions. The final phase of the game is “Final Jeopardy” which can be played at the end of either or both boards. Notes: Use our worksheets, board and card games as complimentary activities for the Jeopardy game.
Character Project and Adjectives List Quick View

Character Project and Adjectives List

Character Project and Adjectives List. Students create a fiction character for a new story. They must use 10+ adjectives from the provided list to create traits and an interesting personality for their character, and write detailed sentences to describe. Students will also make a drawing to describe what their character looks like. Included is the project handout with directions, an adjective list, and a writing checklist. The adjective list and writing checklist are also useful for any creative writing activity. Great to help students develop a character which they later introduce in a narrative. Supports common core! - HappyEdugator
Adverbs and AdjectivesQuick View

Adverbs and Adjectives

Suitable resource for KS1 and Lower KS2 20 page booklet and a powerpoint presentation Definitions of Adverbs and Adjectives which can be laminated and used for Literacy Display board Worksheets great for differentation children choose their own adverbs and adjectives for Crazy Caterpillar, Kitty Kat, Superhero Boy and Happy Girl Use of a/an before adjective. Game My Aunt's Cat can be done orally around the room using a-z and then children can complete the worksheet. Matching verbs to adverbs.
Adjectives in French Worksheets (18 French adjectives worksheets)Quick View

Adjectives in French Worksheets (18 French adjectives worksheets)

A set of 18 French adjectives worksheets. Children need to label each image with the French adjective that goes with it. There are two version of the worksheets: - with the words in a jumbled order compared to the order of the images - with the words in the same order as the images To find other language vocabulary resources, please visit the Save Teachers' Sundays TES store at
Adjectives Vocabulary List for Describing CharactersQuick View

Adjectives Vocabulary List for Describing Characters

A central part of literary analysis involves analyzing the characters of a piece of literature. I have found that character analysis serves as an excellent means of increasing students' vocabulary. Here, I have compiled a list of adjectives (many of them SAT-level words) that can be used to describe a character. Students can select words from this list and use them to analyze and describe characters either in discussion or in writing. This list will help students to push beyond their current vocabulary by introducing them to new words that will not only help their analysis in class but simultaneously prepare them for the SAT! Words on this list have been categorized according to a common meaning, which will help students take risks in identifying potential new words and taking risks with new vocabulary. Note-- This is an excellent tool for English Language Learners as well!
Comparative & Superlative Adjectives & Adverbs Quick View

Comparative & Superlative Adjectives & Adverbs

Comparative & Superlative Adjectives & Adverbs PowerPoint & Worksheets - Included: - Comparative & Superlative Adjectives & Adverbs PowerPoint (49 slides) - Comparative & Superlative Adjectives & Adverbs Anchor chart - 3 Comparative & Superlative Adjectives & Adverbs worksheets and answer sheets The PowerPoint consists of 49 fully animated slides. The degrees of comparison are explained with animated examples. Spelling rules and tips are also explained with animated examples. Students are encouraged to use their whiteboards during the PowerPoint. This helps them to stay actively involved. Three worksheets and answer sheets cover all the spelling rules and tips. The last worksheet has sentences that students have to complete with the correct form of the degree of comparison. Created by Lindy du Plessis (store: Lindy loves to teach). Single user license only.
Emoji Adjectives Display (French)Quick View

Emoji Adjectives Display (French)

80 common adjectives from the new GCSE specification with emoji illustrations. Perfect for a "washing line" style display, and can be used in a variety of activities (spotting patterns, selecting adjectives relevant to specific topics etc.) You could get students to select a number of adjectives that they want on the washing line for them to use in class, and then change it each term. They are also annotated with information about placement (e.g. "I go before the noun") and when they are used with "faire" (e.g. "use with faire!"). (They are A5 posters so you can print two (landscape) on a sheet of A4.)