Example: The little boy swam in the deep lake.
The nouns are boy and lake. ‘little’ describes the boy and ‘deep’ describes the lake. Little and deep are both adjectives. You can how these two words have added depth to the sentence and made us visualize it.
I have discussed describing words in detail on my blog. Click on the poster below and it will take you to my blog post where you can read about adjectives and also get this anchor chart FREE.
Now, let’s discuss the pack which I will be sharing with you today.
A simple nouns and adjectives list worksheet where the child has to describe the noun by matching it with the describing word. ‘The glue is sticky’. I usually have the children form simple sentences from the matched words. ‘The rocket is fast’. The words are to be traced.
Trace the words and match those with the right faces/expressions.
Circle the word that best describes the noun.
Read the sentences. Underline the nouns and circle the adjectives. Color the pictures based on the description.
a __________ banana
a ____________ elephant
a _________ ball
a __________ pencil
Describe these nouns and then draw them!
Read the naming words and then highlight the two adjectives that describe it best.
There is another exercise where the child has to highlight the adjectives in the sentence, Please note that a sentence can have more than one adjective.
I have used simple antonyms for this worksheet. Words with opposite meanings are called antonyms.
Use these words to complete the sentences.
This ‘adjectives list’ pack is a subscriber freebie.