Variation of Verbs Worksheets:
Thinking Words – We work with
the vocabulary words: ponder, contemplate, and deliberate.
Adjective and Word
Intensity – Pick the words/phrase that means the same thing
from the bank below. Circle the word / phrase that is bigger. The
first one is completed for you.
At the Campfire
– Jim and his friends are roasting marshmallows. The sentences below
describe how each boy likes his marshmallow. Match each marshmallow
to the correct boy.
What will Zoey's balloons do when she lets them go? Color the balloons
whose word describes the way a balloon might move through the sky.
Less | Smaller |
Weaker – In each of the sentences below, circle the word that
will give the weakest meaning to the sentence.
Worksheet – For each word below, write three attributes (something
about the item). The first one has been done for you.
Which One is Stronger?
– From each set of sentences below, choose the one that expresses
the strongest meaning.
Which Word is
Strongest? – From each pair of words, choose the one that expresses
the strongest meaning. Write a sentence below using that word.
– Help judge the monsters' Halloween contest! Put the words below
in order from least intense to most intense. The most intense word
in each line is the winner!
Be a Sentence Doctor
– Rewrite each sentence below, using a word from the word bank to
replace the underlined word(s) and make the meaning stronger.