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Adjective Activities - Tiered for Positive, Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

Great way to remember helping verbs

Subject & Verb Identification~ This 88-slide PowerPoint makes learning fun! Students enjoy the entertaining animations, cartoon characters, and humorous dialogue. Students learn the trick of eliminating prepositional phrases to find the subject and verb of a sentence. Includes a list of common prepositions and practice worksheet! #preposition #verb #subject #PowerPoint $$

June is filled with fun-filled holidays, and now, with my Parts of Speech Mystery Pictures June Set #1, you can share them with your kiddos! This set includes a mix of different parts of speech practice (Adjectives,Prepositions, Common Nouns, Action Verbs, adverbs, Helping Verbs, Conjunctions, Pronouns, Proper Nouns, and all Three Verb Tenses) that is sure to give your students a Grammar Work Out! ($)

Vivid Verb reference sheet for writing binder

I can use... present progressive verbs adapted book. Create is+verb+ing sentences with ease using this book. Follows a simple sentence strip, He/She is (verb). Speech Therapy, Special Education, Autism.

$3 Want to shake up your English, language arts, or creative writing classroom? Want to stress the importance of powerful adjectives to your students in a memorable way that demands concentration and critical thinking? Consider this activity! This is a variation of an old creative writing assignment to teach the importance of powerful adjectives using the five senses. This activity has been around for quite a few years. You may have seen it performed with lollipops, Hershey's Kisses, etc.