The first part of each book covers specific parts of speech such as nouns, adjectives, pronouns, verbs, and adverbs as well as the structure of sentences. The last part provides games for a bit of fun, task cards for extra practice, and word banks to save teachers some time. The overall goal is to help students learn enough about grammar to communicate easily and effectively, to evaluate the myriad of messages that surround them, and to function successfully in business and society. TCZ 2433 Grades 34 176 pages $18.99 TCZ 2435 Grades 45 224 pages $19.99 TCZ 2437 Grades 56 224 pages $19.99
Adjectives give shape, size, sound, color, and feeling to nouns. Adjectives and nouns work together to give clear pictures of people, places, and things. 1. We can place an adjective in front of the noun that we want to describe. Write an adjective in each space to describe the noun.
a. We had ____________________ soup for lunch. b. I gave the boy a ____________________ cookie to eat. c. The girl is brushing her ____________________ hair. d. The ____________________ soldier stumbled back to camp. e. I heard a ____________________ noise coming from the house.
2. We can place an adjective after the noun we want to describe. Circle the adjectives that describe the underlined nouns.
a. My mother is pretty. b. The horse was young and frisky. c. An elephant is strong. d. The man was old and gray. e. Helen is tall and thin.
3. The adjectives are underlined. Draw arrows to show which nouns they describe.
a. The tired man said the box was heavy. b. The boy was sorry he missed the exciting football game. c. The night was dark, and the road was long. d. My dog was happy to get a great, big bone to eat. e. The young girl spoke to the kind and friendly teacher. STUDENT PAGE 13
Adjectives are words we use to describe nouns. (Examples: a blue sky; a large river; tasty food; a noisy truck; a beautiful lady; rough roads)
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Directions: Cut out the word cards at the bottom of the page. Glue the word cards in the correct places to complete the sentences. 1. What that? 2. I at the movies. 3. They afraid of the tall giraffe. 4. Tim in the market. 5. Mary and Jim playing the piano. 6. Who in charge of the show? 7. Mandi and I in the car. 8. Mom and dad happy to see us. 9. She having a bad day. 10. The principal and teachers in charge.
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