If you aren’t tall, then what are you? Your youngster will practice finding the antonym of adjectives in this worksheet.
Here you'll find a variety of helpful printable adjective worksheets to help your students develop their grammar skills. Learning adjectives helps students to understand sentence structure, comprehend meaning, and express creativity in their writing. Feel free to use these adjective worksheets in your classroom or at home.
The articles “a” and “an” can change because of a simple adjective. Your youngster will practice using these important articles in this worksheet.
Is ice cream tasty or noisy? Your student can practice using the correct adjective in a sentence in this worksheet.
Your student will write the antonym for the adjective.
Teach your students how to put adjectives in order from weakest to strongest in this winter activity for elementary grade levels.
While many adverbs end in -ly, some adjectives do also! Students pracitce distinguishing between the adjectives and the adverbs in this worksheet.
In this worksheet, your student will find a related adjective for the adjective in a sentence.
Writing would be bland if there were no adjectives! Your youngster will discover the fun of writing with adjectives in this worksheet.
Have you ever been trick or treated? Help Matt and Ava finish telling their story about trick or treated with this fun writing worksheet!
Alliterations with adjectives are admittedly an adventure!
It’s not magic; adjectives can be turned into adverbs! Your student will change them with ease after this worksheet.
In this worksheet, your student will use adjectives to describe a sparkling Christmas tree.
Teach your students the difference between adjectives and adverbs with this Christmas classroom activity.
Is it small or smaller? Smart or smarter? Comparative adjectives compare two things. Your student can practice using this important adjective form in this worksheet. Use it with 3rd grade Core Standards Conventions of Standard English or with other grades as needed.
A spelling patterns worksheet about comparative adjectives that end in Y. Great for spelling skill development.
This worksheet covers both comparative and superlative adjectives. Your student must decide which form of an adjective is best in each sentence.
What’s the scary fish with a sharp teeth and a large fin? Your student will practice describing a picture using adjectives.
In this worksheet, your student will write a description of a picture. Another student reads and guesses what the picture looks like. It’s great adjective practice!
Adjectives are all important in this descriptive writing worksheet. Your student will describe a picture for another student to guess. Helpful for 2nd grade practice of Core Standards for Conventions of Standard English, the worksheet may also be useful to other students.
Your student will find the adjective and the noun it modifies in this worksheet.