Students circle the adjective in each sentence then write the noun it modifies.
This worksheet will help your student develop his grammar skills by identifying the adjective and the noun it modifies.
Adjectives describe, or modify, nouns. Sometimes nouns can also modify other nouns. Let’s use ‘peanut butter’ as an example: ‘peanut’ is a noun that describes the main noun ‘butter’. With this worksheet, students will work through a series of questions that ask them to find the describing noun!
Use this Order of Adjectives Chart as a resource in your classroom for both yourself and your students as you practice improving writing skills! This chart includes different categories of adjectives, such as: shape, material, condition, etc. Under each category, there is an example of an adjective that falls under that category. Ideal for 3rd – 5th grade but can be used where appropriate.
Describe the subject of sentences with multiple adjectives to make your writing more interesting, but don’t forget to put them in the right order! Students will be asked to add another adjective to each of the sentences given on this printable worksheet.
Learning about the order of adjectives is important to improving writing skills. On this worksheet, students will read between two sets of adjectives with a noun and will be asked to circle the phrase that has the adjectives written in their correct order. Ideal for 3rd – 5th grade, but can be used where appropriate.
Learning about the order of adjectives is an important part of improving writing skills. With this printable parts of speech activity, students will read through a series of sentences and be asked to fill in the blanks with the given adjectives in their correct order. Ideal for 3rd – 5th grade, but can be used where appropriate.
Remembering the order of adjectives can be tricky! This printable worksheet lists a group of adjectives and asks students to create a sentence including the given adjectives in their correct order. This is great practice for students wanting to improve their writing skills.
Practice identifying predicate adjectives with this Parts of Speech Activity. A predicate adjective is an adjective that follows a linking verb and describes the subject of a sentence. In this printable worksheet, students will determine if the underlined adjective in the sentence is a predicate adjective or not.
Whether it’s French fries or Swiss cheese, proper adjectives add a special flavor to language. Your student will practice using proper adjectives in this worksheet.
This worksheet isn’t just good, it’s the best! Your student will practice writing the superlative form of adjectives.
A spelling patterns worksheet about superlative adjectives that end in Y. Great for spelling skill development.
Let’s combine adjectives, adverbs and hearts to make a fun Valentine’s Day learning activity for your students!
A predicate adjective is an adjective that follows a linking verb and describes the subject of a sentence. In this printable Parts of Speech Activity, students will be asked to identify the underlined predicate adjective and circle the subject that it describes. This worksheet is great for use both at home and in the classroom.
Your student will circle the comparative or superlative adjective in each sentence, then identify the noun it modifies.
Learning about different parts os speech is an important part of early education. Prepositional phrases can sometimes work as an adjective in writing. In the following sentence, the adjective is a prepositional phrase: the clown in the circus was funny. This worksheet asks students to add a prepositional phrase that acts as an adjective to each sentence. Ideal for 4th – 5th grade, but can be used where appropriate.
Sometimes, a prepositional phrase can work as an adjective. With this printable Parts of Speech Activity, students will be asked to read through a series of sentences, add a prepositional phrase that functions as an adjective to each sentence, and label the word that the phrase modifies. Ideal for 4th – 5th grade, but can be used where appropriate.
Dog is to canine as frog is to…? Your student will discover these unique animal adjectives in this worksheet.
Here is an example of a prepositional phrase acting as an adjective: the dog in that yard belongs to Bill. This sentence shows us that the prepositional phrase, in the yard, is acting as the adjective which describes the dog. With this worksheet, students will be asked to underline the prepositional phrases acting as adjectives, and to circle the words modified by those prepositional phrases.
Look for the adjectival prepositional phrases in this printable worksheet activity for 4th – 6th grade students! Download and print for use both at home and in the classroom.