Adjective Worksheets To Print:
Amazing Adjectives -
This is a really neat activities where you choose adjectives before
you use them.
At the Farm - Use
your adjectives to describe the animals you see at Farmer Joe's farm.
Zesty - Help Happy
Hot-dog by adding some seasoning to his description of his daily special.
Using Commas -
Insert commas between the adjectives if needed in the sentences. If
no commas are needed, leave as is.
Around You -
Next to each picture below, write three adjectives that describe the
object in the picture.
Words to Describe
- Using at least 10 descriptive adjectives (such as tall, pretty,
purple, etc.), send a text message back to your parents explaining
the unusual creature you see.
Circle It -
Underline the appropriate adjective for each picture.
The Perfect Day
- In the picture box, use 10 of those adjectives to describe the
perfect day. Underline each adjective you use.
- Compare two of your favorite books in the boxes. Be sure to use
at least 3 comparative adjectives in each box.
- You will breakdown pre-written sentences and point out what we are looking for.
- Look at then
picture below. How many adjectives can you think of to describe
the bear? Write one word in each box. Then write a few sentences
about the children on the lines below.
- Circle the words that can be used for this purpose.
Change Those Adverbs
- The words below are adverbs. Transform the
form of each word so that it operates differently.
- Underline all of them and write the word it modifies.
Tell How Many
- You will identify the quantifier in each sentence.
Give You Information
- We classify the use of the word. Is it used to tell either (How Many? | What Kind? | Which One?)
- Spot the adjective in each sentence and then dream up three better choices that could replace that word.
Match the Circle
- Using the underlined word in each sentence, find the word that modifies it.
Writing With Them
- You will rewrite sentences and use adjectives that achieve the key purpose that you set forth with.
- Write six sentences about the picture that complete each of the prompts that you are given.
Identify and Use Them
- You will first have to identify adjectives and then use them within your own creative sentences.
Fill In the Blanks
- This is completely an open response worksheet and has many different possibilities.
- If the previous worksheet gives students trouble, give them this one. The sentences are very simple.
More Worksheets On The Same Topic:
Adverbs vs. Adjectives - The key difference between these two is what they describe. Adverbs are used for verbs and other words that are not nouns or pronouns.
Order of Adjectives - We learn how to arrange them in sentences, especially when more than one is present.
Participles - We see verbs can be adjusted to serve the same purpose.
Prepositions - We at them both in word and phrase form to explain relationships.