Feel free to use these printable worksheets to help your students learn more about adjectives.
Basic AdjectivesAlien Adjectives Free
Circle the adjective in each sentence. Then, tell what noun it describes.Finding Adjectives Member
Circle the adjectives and identify the noun each describes.Adjectives Worksheet Member
Circle the adjective in each sentence. Underline the noun it describes.Adjectives Arrows Worksheet Member
Circle the adjective in each sentence and draw an arrow to the noun it describes. This is a 2-sided worksheet.Adjectives That Come After Nouns Member
Adjectives usually come before a noun, but not always. Finding these adjectives can be tricky!Choosing Adjectives Member
Choose the best adjectives to complete the sentences.Adjective Opposites Member
Find each adjective, then write its antonym.Kiki's Kitty Member
Add adjectives for each letter of the alphabet to describe Kiki's kitty.Adding Adjectives Member
Add an adjective to each sentence to make it more interesting.
Articles (a, an & the)Article Sentences: A and An Member
Complete each sentence with the word a or the word an.Articles: Fix the Sentences Free
Determine whether the article was used correctly in each sentence. If the sentence is incorrect, re-write it using the correct article.Choose the Article Member
Circle the best article for each sentence. This worksheet features sentences with a zoo theme.A and An - Two Special Adjectives (Articles) Member
Add the word a or an before each noun.A and AN (Advanced) Member
This worksheet covers the advanced usage of the words a and an. Complete the sentences with the correct word. Includes exceptions, such as: an hour, a uniform, a unicorn, and an x-ray.
Adjectives or Adverbs?Adjective or Adverb? Member
Use the clues to determine whether the underlined word is an adjective or adverb. This is a 2-sided worksheet.
Comparative & SuperlativeAdjectives with -er and -est Member
Learning about comparative and superlative adjectives. Add -er or -est to each adjective to show comparison.Adding More or Most Member
More practice with comparative and superlative adjectives. Add the words more or most to the adjectives to show comparison.Adjectives that Compare Free
To complete each sentence, add -er, -est, more, or most to the adjective in parenthesis.Comparative and Superlative Adjectives Member
Complete the comparative and superlative adjectives table.
Commonly Confused AdjectivesAdjectives - Fewer vs. Less Member
Learn the differences between the words
Sometimes a prepositional phrase can act as an adjective in a sentence. Identify the prepositional phrase in each sentence, then circle the noun it describes.Prepositional Phrases
As Adjectives and Adverbs Member
Some of these sentences have prepositional phrases that act as adverbs. The others have prepositional phrases that act as adjectives. Students determine which are which. (Advanced level, recommended for grades 5 and Up)
See Also:Subject & Predicate Worksheets
Several worksheets to teach simple subject, simple predicate, complete subjects, and complete predicates.Grammar Worksheets
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