Adjectives are a mainstay of every language teachers curriculum. They are great to teach and children really benefit from being taught them using varied activities. However, one of those activities we use to consolidate or cool them down after all the actions, is the humble worksheet. Here we have a selection of Adjective Worksheets, including adjective comparisons, antonyms, synonyms, word searches, find the adjective worksheets and more.
Children need to learn a mixture of grammar and phonics to learn to talk. Adjectives in all their forms are an incredibly important part of this. The ability to be able to describe their feelings and wants is a huge step in coherent communication and motivator for younger learners. As they start to form sentences they will naturally acquire vocabulary, there are ways to develop these skills more effectively.
Here we have 3 Samples of adjective worksheets free, three good ones 🙂 and a pack of 13 for just $2.49. (We have costs running a site this big now!!) The Larger pack of worksheets is coming soon.
We have also a huge guide on action verbs, resources and games you can play on the site as well. It is certain to have something new you haven’t heard of before! You can check it out here.
Adjectives allow students and children to can express themselves in greater detail and with greater understanding
Why Are Adjectives Important?
Adjectives are particularly important in descriptive writing, and in expanding sentence construction. Young learners often start with adjectives of color, size and feelings, and these worksheets and activities are a great way to introduce and consolidate these in classrooms and homes.
As you will have noticed most of our English resources are free, and we are fully aware that a lot of teachers cant afford to buy everything they need for their classrooms. We are in that position as well. So if you want to help us out the best way to do so is to share us with your teaching friends or with parents.
Hi I’m Marc. A teacher of over 15 years, English, General Studies and Outdoor Education. Thought it was about time to sharing both what I have learnt during that time and the resources I have put together. On this site we aim to teach the theory and share our thoughts, but also go that one step further and give you access to the hard resources you need for your class or for you children