If you aren’t tall, then what are you? Your youngster will practice finding the antonym of adjectives in this worksheet.
What are adjectives?
Adjectives modify — that is, describe, change or enhance — nouns and pronouns. Adjectives describe things, but not actions. Here you'll find printable adjectives worksheets that cover topics like understanding adjectives, predicate adjectives, comparative adjectives, phrases of adjectives. Learning adjectives helps students to understand sentence structure, comprehend meaning, and express creativity in their writing. You'll find lots of examples, and easily-understood definitions within each worksheet. Students will identify adjectives within sentences, and start to understand what words they modify. Feel free to use these adjectives 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.
With this printable worksheet, students will read a series of sentences and fill in each blank with an adjective of their choosing. This activity is great for practicing the different parts of speech!
An adjective describes something; it usually describes a noun. With this printable parts of speech worksheet, students will be asked to add a noun for each adjective to describe. Made easy to print, this activity is perfect for use both at home and in the classroom!
In this Descriptive Adjectives Worksheet, an adjective is underlined in each sentence. As they work through the activity, students will be asked to circle the noun that the adjective describes. Ideal for 1st – 3rd grade, but can be used where appropriate.
In this printable classroom activity, students will be asked to write an adjective for each of the 26 letters of the alphabet. From A to Z, see how many creative words you can come up with! Ideal for K – 3rd grade, but can be used where appropriate.
Is ice cream tasty or noisy? Your student can practice using the correct adjective in a sentence in this worksheet.
Have fun in the classroom celebrating the holidays as you practice identifying adjectives with this fun, educational coloring page! Color each of the shapes that have an adjective in it red, and the other shapes with any color you like. Once all of the shapes have been filled in, the picture of a festive stocking and candy canes will appear!
With this educational, fun Halloween coloring activity, students will be asked to color each shape with an adjective in it yellow, and the other shapes any color they like. Once completed, a picture of a Halloween cat, pumpkin, and moon will appear! This activity is easy to print, making it great for use both at home and in class.
Students will be asked to color each shape with an adjective in it yellow or purple, and fill in the other shapes with any color they like. Once all of the shapes are filled in, the picture of a bee and beautiful flowers will appear!
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the classroom with this fun coloring page as you practice identifying adjectives. Color each of the shapes that have an adjective in them green, and fill the other shapes with any color you like. Once all of the shapes are filled in, the picture of a lucky leprechaun will appear!
With this printable Thanksgiving Coloring Activity, students will be asked to fill in each shape which has an adjective in it orange, and fill the other shapes with any color they like. Once all of the shapes are filled in, the picture of a festive turkey!
In this worksheet on parts of speech, an adjective is underlined in each sentence. It’s up to you to figure out which noun the adjective is describing! Once you’ve figured it out, circle the noun. Ideal for 1st – 3rd grade, but can be used where appropriate.
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.
Identifying parts of speech is an important skill to learn in early education! With this printable activity, students will practice writing nouns and adjectives. After reading through a series of adjectives, students will be asked to write a noun for each adjective to describe.
Writing would be bland if there were no adjectives! Your youngster will discover the fun of writing with adjectives in this worksheet.
Alliteration is where two or more words start with the same sound. Here is an example: a happy house. In this Parts of Speech Workheet, students will be asked to change an adjective or noun in each phrase in order to make the phrase an alliteration. This activity is easy to print for both in home or classroom use!
While many adverbs end in -ly, some adjectives do also! Students pracitce distinguishing between the adjectives and the adverbs 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!