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Grinch activities. I like this... students can watch the movie and then come up with adjectives to describe the grinch or maybe a Venn Diagram of the Grinch and Cindy Lou Who.

Slinky Character Trait Person - FREEBIE. Students could use this to write and share about themselves.

Grinch day-- read the story, have grinch punch, who pudding (vanilla pudding turned green), write "I feel like a grinch when I..", Watch the grich movie, have grinch cookies and write up a huge grinch adjective poster... love it!

This bundle includes activities for teaching adjectives to primary students using popcorn!Easy to smell, touch, taste, and feel, popcorn is the...

"Grinch" Adjectives [can compare & contrast with "Santa" Adjectives"]. May use this as a "filler" that unpredictable day before Christmas break!

Good for cross-curricular guidance lesson.

I would love to do this activity as a 5 senses activity. I would love the columns to be pictures of eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and a hand.

adjective activity...another good adjective generator...could preview it by actually giving the students ice cream, so they have an immediate experience to recall and get words from

I haven't followed the link yet, but this picture gives me a great idea. Make the kids come up with positive adjectives about each other on the days they just won't stop fighting.

Free adjectives poem...Great for second and third grades!

Practicing adjectives - cute idea. Make a person and label them with descriptions.