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These grammar worksheets help grade 1-3 students learn to recognize and use adjectives . Adjectives are words that describe nouns. All worksheets are pdf files; multiple versions of some worksheets are provided for additional practice.
Grade 1 adjectives worksheets
- Identifying adjectives from a list of words
- Choosing adjectives to describe pictures
- Completing sentences with adjectives from a word bank
- Write sentences with adjectives
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- Identifying adjectives in sentences
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What is your appearance like? Describe a friend or someone in your family.
My name is Toan. I'm 20 years old and my height is 165cm. Well, I am an Asian person with dark hair and my family also have dark hair too.
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I am 61 years old. I am the older in my family. I am a man with a white hair. 😊
My name is Anne. I'm 17. I'm an Asian person so my height is quite modest at 154 cm. I have dark hair so I want to have ginger hair in the future
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I am 28 years old. I am the youngest in my family. I am a lady with a dark hair. I am pretty short because my height is just 150 cm, but i am a little bit taller than my mother now :)
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I am 180 cm tall with dark hair. My wife is 178 cm with brown hair.
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Free Adjective Worksheets
On this page, you can find a collection of free adjective worksheets . These adjective worksheets are great for kids and beginner ESL students. All the adjective worksheets on this page can be downloaded for free as a printable PDF file. See below for the adjective worksheets currently available, and for related teaching resources, check out the bottom of the page.
This first adjective worksheet is suitable for kids and includes several describing words with colorful pictures. To complete this worksheet, students must read the adjective and then circle the picture which is best described by the adjective.
This next adjective worksheet is great for practicing adjectives and sorting the adjectives into different categories. To complete this worksheet, students must read the adjectives and then write them in the correct adjective category.
This worksheet is suitable for kids and beginner ESL learners to learn about adjectives. To complete the worksheet, students should look at the picture and then choose the adjective which best describes that picture. Then, students should fill in the blank with the correct adjective.
This worksheet is an adjectives word search and is great for kids and beginner English learners to review adjectives. To complete the worksheet, students should find the adjectives in the grid and then check off the words at the bottom of the worksheet once they have found that word.
This activity worksheet is a printable adjectives board game. This board game is best played in pairs. To play, give each pair of students one board game and one dice. Each student will also need an eraser or something small to act as their game piece. To play, students should take turns rolling the dice and moving their game piece. When they land on a square with an adjective in it, the students should say the word / make a sentence with the adjective. The aim of the game is to get to the ‘center star’ to win a point. The only way to get to the center star is to land on the yellow arrows in the middle of the board game. After about 10/15 minutes, stop the game and the student with the most points is the winner.
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In this lesson, students learn how to describe other people’s physical appearance. The worksheet presents common adjectives used for describing what someone looks like as well as questions for asking about another person’s looks.
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Adjectives Appearance Worksheet – Adjectives can be defined as words that define a noun or pronoun. Adjectives can be used in explaining type and quantity.
how many or which one? For instance,
There is a lot of rock.
There are four tiny rocks.
Which one would you pick?
I don’t own any stones.
An adjective can be used following a linking word or prior to a noun (called an attribute adjective, or an adjective that is predicate) however, not all adjectives.
The blue automobile moves quickly. (Attribute adjective)
It is a car with a blue color. (adjectival predicate)
Examples of adjectives that may appear in front of or following a noun are “good”, “terrible” or “tiny”. For instance:
She is a good student. (adjectival predicate)
This apple is a fantastic one. (Attribute adjective)
Certain adjectives such as “own”, “primary”, and “only” are typically placed before a word. For instance:
This is my personal vehicle.
The main street has been closed.
One student was only awarded an A.
To indicate degree, most adjectives can be transformed into superlative and comparative forms.
Larger, bigger and much more
joyful, joyfuler, happiest
Adjectives that end in -y may be reduced to -ier or -iest. As an example,
Shiny, shiny, and glossy
Powerful, bigger, and larger
The most common word structures for adjectives that have two or more syllables are “More+ adjective” and “Most + adjective”. For instance,
the greatest, most powerful and highest level of intelligence
These are only some examples that are both irregular and regular, of superlative or comparative adjectives.
Best, better, and the Best
poor, poor, poor
Numerous, numerous other of them, but the most
Small, tiny; the smallest
Many adjectives have an adjectival purpose. For instance:
He travels slowly. (adverb)
He drives slowly.
The Many Uses of Adjectives
A term is used to describe a word that is used to identify a pronoun/nominum. Adjectives can be used for describing which is, how much and what types of things. Adjectives can be used to describe the size, shape, color, or provenance of an object.
Most adjectives can either be placed before or after a verb, or even a connecting verb. For example:
They’re beautiful. In conjunction with a verb
The adjective “beautiful,” is the best fit for the word “flowers.”
My car has just been purchased. (adjacent to a noun).
The noun “car” is a great choice to the adjective “new”.
Certain adjectives can only be used with nouns. For example,
We need additional components. (Adjacents to the word “noun”).
The basic elements of the noun are described in the adjective “more”.
Most adjectives can work in both instances. For instance,
My vehicle has just been purchased. (adjacent by a noun).
My car is brand new. Connecting verb
However, certain adjectives can’t be employed without a verb. For example,
These blooms are wonderful. Follow a connecting verb
A word cannot be preceded with the adjective “beautiful.”
xxHere are a few examples:
I own a red car.
The soup is best served at the room temperature.
Baby is asleep soundly.
We need water.
You seem worn out.
Adjectives worksheets: An effective educational resource
Adjectives are an essential part of communication. Adjectives can be used to describe individuals and groups as well concepts, locations, and objects. Adjectives can be used to add interest and assist readers in their mental picture-painting.
Adjectives are used in a myriad of ways. They can be used to characterize the personality of a thing or person or physical attributes. They are also used to describe the taste or smells of things.
Adjectives can help make a statement more positive or negative. Adjectives can be utilized in a sentence in order to provide more information. A statement can have adjectives to create the variety and add interest.
There are many ways to utilize adjectives. There are worksheets on adjectives to help you learn more about their meanings. Worksheets on adjectives will assist you to understand the various types of adjectives as well as their uses. By using adjective worksheets it is possible to learn to use adjectives in a variety of ways.
One style of adjective worksheet is the word search. To determine the various types of adjectives used in a specific sentence you could make use of a word-search. A word search can allow you to discover more details about each of the parts of speech that are used in a phrase.
Another type of adjective worksheet is one with blanks filled in. The fill-in-the-blank worksheet can aid in learning about the various adjectives that are used to describe people or things. Use a fill in the blank worksheet to test your skills using various adjectives.
The third kind of worksheet on adjectives, is the multi-choice. You can learn about different types of adjectives that could be used to describe someone or something through a worksheet that is multiple-choice. Multiple-choice worksheets allow you to try using adjectives in a variety of ways.
Worksheets on adjectives are an excellent opportunity to gain knowledge about the adjectives and their applications.Adverb is used to describe a person.
The usage of adjectives in children’s writing
Instruct your child to incorporate adjectives into their writing. They’re among the most effective ways to improve writing. Adjectives can be words that describe, alter, provide additional information or increase the meaning of a word or pronoun. They can add excitement to writing and aid in giving the reader a more vivid image.
Here are some tips to help your child write with adjectives.
1. Provide an example by using adjectives.
If you are speaking with your child, you should use numerous adjectives. You can list the adjectives you are using and explain what they mean. Your youngster will benefit from this as they learn about their meaning and how to use these words.
2. You can teach your child how to use their senses.
Inspire your child’s imagination as they describe what they are writing. The way it looks is like this. What sensations does it give you? What smell does it emit? Students can use this knowledge to find interesting and new ways to write about the topic.
3. Worksheets are available for adjectives.
There are many online worksheets that teach adjectives. They can provide your child with the chance to work using adjectives. They could also help in giving your child various adjective suggestions.
4. Inspire your child’s imagination.
Encourage your child’s imagination and imagination in writing. The more imaginative they are and the more adjectives they will likely employ to describe their writing.
5. Be aware of the achievements of your child.
When your child uses adjectives in writing, make sure to recognize their efforts. You will inspire them to keep using adjectives once they’ve heard this. This will aid in improving their writing.
The Benefits of Adjectives in Speech
Did you know that the use of adjectives can have certain benefits? We all know that adjectives are words that describe, modify, or clarify pronouns, nouns, and other words. Five reasons to why you should include more adjectives in your speech:
1. Your discourse might be more engaging if you use adjectives.
To increase the energy of your speech, you can use more adjectives. Even subjects that aren’t particularly interesting may be made more interesting by using adjectives. They can also make complicated subjects easier to understand. For instance “The automobile is sleek, red sports car,” rather than “The car is red.”
2. You can be more precise using adjectives.
The ability to employ adjectives enables you to convey your topic more clearly in conversation. Both casual interactions and more formal situations could benefit from this. If asked to describe your ideal mate You could respond with “My ideal partner is”: “A nice, intelligent and amusing person.”
3. Adjectives can increase the listener’s level of curiosity.
If you want your audience to pay attention to you more begin using adjectives. The ability to create visual images in your audience can increase their attention and enjoyment of your talk.
4. The use of adjectives can make you sound more persuasive.
Affirmations are an effective method to make yourself appear more convincing. They can evoke an emotional response from your audience, making people more inclined to purchase your product. To convince another person to buy the product, you can make use of the following statement: “This product will make everyone satisfied and successful.”
5. It makes you sound more confident when you use adjectives.
Adjectives can make your speech seem more confident.
Methods of Teaching Children Adjectives
Adverbs are words used to modify define, define, or quantify other terms. These words are essential to the English language, and children must begin to learn them as early as possible. Here are six suggestions for teaching children adjectives:
1. Start by learning the basics.
Instruct your child about various adjectives, including description adjectives (such as huge and little) as well as quantity adjectives (such as numerous and few) and opinion adjectives (e.g., good and bad). If you can provide examples, challenge your child’s response by sharing their own.
2. Get the most value from common products.
Common things are a great method to introduce adjectives. Perhaps you can ask your child for assistance in describing an item. Your child may be able explain the object to you personally and ask you to name the object.
3. Have fun playing games using adjectives.
There are lots of enjoyable activities that can help you learn adjectives. One of the most famous games is “I Spy,” where one player selects an object and describes the object in adjectives while the other player has to identify the thing. Charades is a game you could play with your kids to help them learn about gestures, body language, and body language is great.
4. Read stories and poems.
Books are a great teaching tool for adjectives. You can read aloud to your child while pointing out all the adjectives you see in the stories and poems. You could also help your child to read on their own and look up adjectives.
5. Inspire imagination.
Children might be inspired to be creative through the use of adjectives. Encourage them to explain a picture using as many adjectives as they can or tell a story with only adjectives. The more imaginative learners are likely to have fun and will discover more.
6. Always, always practice.
As with everything else, repetition helps to make perfect. When your child starts using adjectives more frequently, they will improve their proficiency in using them. Encourage your child to use adjectives both in writing and speaking.
Use adjectives to encourage Reading
Encouragement is vital for encouraging children to read. The ability of your child to read will grow by being supported. However, it is difficult to get your child reading.
A great method is to make use of adjectives. You might encourage your child’s interest in reading by using adjectives. Adjectives are descriptive words.
A book described as “fascinating,” enchanting, or imaginative will make your child more likely to enjoy it. The characteristics of the characters in a book could also be described using terms such as “brave,” or even “inquisitive,”
If you’re unsure of which adjectives are appropriate, ask your youngster. What language would they employ? This is a great way to encourage children to read literature in fresh and fascinating ways.
In order to inspire your youngster to like reading begin using adjectives today!
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