Use this cute owl-themed anchor chart poster to remind students what an adjective is. Encourage them to use plenty of descriptive words in their writing.
Make practicing the use of adjectives more fun, with these simple creative writing worksheets, perfect for younger students.
Review parts of speech with these adorable gingerbread anchor chart posters. The posters include one for nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns and adverbs.
Are your students working on transitions and "how to" "directional" writing? How to make a pumpkin pie is a quick, easy and fun activity to help them practice.
Looking for some Common Core lessons for Halloween? This haunted house-themed packet includes alphabet activities, adjective practice, vocabulary building, plus writing prompts.
Review the 5 senses as well as adjectives, with this quick, easy and fun haunted house descriptive writing prompt.
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This is a very versatile pumpkin craftivity, as you can choose to make it in a variety of ways. Keep things simple and do just a front and back for little ones, or make it 3 dimensional (with 3-4 sides) for older students, and pick from 3 different writing activities: measurement, adjective practice, or writing about being scared. Color choices are another option. Give students a variety of pumpkin colors to choose from, to reinforce the fact that pumpkins can be orange, red, green, or white, with all of the shades in-between.
Miss Nelson is Missing, is one of my all-time favorite back-to-school books. It's also a perfect book to tuck into your sub folder. The packet includes a variety of writing, language arts and reading activites. Plus some adorable "craftivities" to review even more standards. This packet will be free for an entire year, after which time it will be up-dated & included in my 203-page jumbo Miss Nelson is Missing Literacy & Math packet in my TpT shop.
Here's an easy and inexpensive student gift (only 10 cents per student!) that doubles as an icebreaker. Packet also includes ways to use the labels as an icebreaker, a summary of why water is beneficial for students; plus several writing extensions, including a water drop poem and adjective activity, & bookmark. There's also an alphabetical list of 125 words that describe water, water tags, 4 different water bottle labels, and a poster. This is a special FREEBIE in my TpT shop. Simply click on the link to pop on over and get your free water bottle packet today.
Define what an adjective is and have your students describe themselves at the beginning of the year. Collect and save 'til the last week of school and have them use adjectives to describe themselves now. Have they changed?