Describing Objects Worksheets:
What Am I Thinking? – If another player guesses what the object is, the
player gets to keep the card. If no players guess, the card is returned
face down to the surface and play continues.
Cut these out for the game worksheet above.
Practice Worksheet –
Choose one of the objects below. Answer the questions
to describe the object. Then, write a few sentences to describe the
object without naming it.
Make a Choice! –
Answer the questions about one of the objects below. Then use
your answers to write a few sentences describing the object you chose.
In the Kitchen! –
Write examples of the kinds of words you can use in each
category to describe objects you might find in the kitchen.
Object Chart – Fill in the chart for each object. Then, use your work to
write a brief description of each object.
Three of Many –
Choose three objects from the picture to describe. Be sure to
include the size, shape, color, material, and purpose of each object.
What Is It Used For? –
Be sure to include as much information as you can about
each object, including what it is used for.
I'm Thinking of... –
Player B then tries to guess what the object is. If Player B is unable to guess,
Player A wins that round. If Player B is able to guess, then Player be wins
Use It All! –
If it is available, consider providing all of the following information .