New Descriptive Words Worksheets To Print:
Always | Because
- Words that provide the concepts of frequency and reasoning. Complete each sentence with the correct word, always or because. Then write a
second sentence on the same subject using the other word, like in the example
Raking Leaves -
Read each sentence. Select an appropriate response from the leaves below and
write its letter on the line. Not all leaves will be used. Pick up the leaf that best explains the situation.
All about Me -
Use the right word and phrase to tell us about your life. Let us know how you really feel.
I like the sound of
that! - Get those words going more active. Using sound words can make your sentences more descriptive. Use one of the
words from the Word Bank to improve each of the sentences below. You may
change the form of the word (for example, add ‐ing) if you wish. Write the new
sentence on the line.
Help the Bookworm!
- That bookworm takes a while to grow. Read the words and their meanings in the glossary below. Then read each set of
sentences. Color the body segment next to the sentence in which the word is
used correctly and help the bookworm grow longer!
Tell You about Jane - Color the picture of Jane below. Then
write a paragraph to describe her. Use your imagination! What does
she look like?
Bruno - Find matching meaning words in a story about a big and
happy pup! Read the two sentences. Circle the word in the second sentence that means almost the same as
the underlined word.
Phrases - Match each phrase on the left with its meaning on
the right. Some of these phrases are simple slang.
Miller - Read the paragraph below. Then choose the best adjective
or adverb to fill in the blanks.
is Your Job Like? - Then choose a word from the Word Bank to
fill in the missing word. The pictures are clues!
lights - Help Pete decorate his house for the holidays. Read
the words in each light. If the second word has a similar meaning to the
word in bold, color the light a bright color.
makes me feel... - Using adjectives and adverbs to describe
your feelings in each situation finish each sentence on the correspondingly
numbered line below.
- A proverb is a short saying stating a general truth, or piece
of advice. You have probably heard many proverbs in your life and
not realized it.
Special Phrases - An idiom is a phrase that has a particular
meaning that you can't figure out from the meaning of the individual
words in it.