Adjectives

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Basic Adjectives
Circle the adjective in each sentence. Then, tell what noun it describes.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
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Circle the adjectives and identify the noun each describes.
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Circle the adjective in each sentence. Underline the noun it describes.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
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Circle the adjective in each sentence and draw an arrow to the noun it describes. This is a 2-sided worksheet.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
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Adjectives usually come before a noun, but not always. Finding these adjectives can be tricky!
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
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Choose the best adjectives to complete the sentences.
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Find each adjective, then write its antonym.
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Add adjectives for each letter of the alphabet to describe Kiki's kitty.
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Add an adjective to each sentence to make it more interesting.
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Articles (a, an, & the)
Complete each sentence with the word a or the word an.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
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Determine whether the article was used correctly in each sentence. If the sentence is incorrect, re-write it using the correct article.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
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Circle the best article for each sentence. This worksheet features sentences with a zoo theme.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
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Add the word a or an before each noun.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
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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.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
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Adjectives or Adverbs?
Use the clues to determine whether the underlined word is an adjective or adverb. This is a 2-sided worksheet.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
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Comparative & Superlative
Learning about comparative and superlative adjectives. Add -er or -est to each adjective to show comparison.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
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More practice with comparative and superlative adjectives. Add the words more or most to the adjectives to show comparison.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
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To complete each sentence, add -er, -est, more, or most to the adjective in parenthesis.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
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Complete the comparative and superlative adjectives table.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
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Commonly Confused Adjectives
Learn the differences between the words
Kindergarten to 2nd Grades
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Prepositional Phrases
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
3rd through 5th Grades
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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
2nd through 5th Grades
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