Adjective Worksheets

The best way to describe these adjective worksheets is attractive, amusing, engaging, appealing and delightful—guaranteed to have your kids quantifying and qualifying the objects around them—not only adding color and style to their world but boosting vocabulary, enriching writing, and expanding their language skills. Soon they'll be able to put their new grammar skills into practice with our writing worksheets.
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Adjectives That Start With 'T' Adjectives That Start With "T" This tremendously terrific worksheet will help kids learn about the words that describe nouns, and make writing interesting!
Summer Nouns and Adjectives #7 Summer Nouns and Adjectives #7 Catch some rays while practicing parts of speech with your child.
Summer Nouns and Adjectives #5 Summer Nouns and Adjectives #5 Surf the learning wave this summer with our parts of speech worksheet!
Help your child get into grammar with these worksheets that introduce important grammar fundamentals.
First Grade Grammar Fundamentals Help your child get into grammar with these worksheets that introduce important grammar fundamentals.
Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives Thanksgiving Nouns and Adjectives Gobble, gobble! Find the Thanksgiving nouns and adjectives in these sentences, and learn a bit of history in the process.
Describing a Scene Describing a Scene Teach your child the basics of using adjectives and descriptive language to describe a scene!
Using Adverbs Using Adverbs Get descriptive! This worksheet will help kids practice enhancing verbs and adjectives by using adverbs.
Grammar Review: Articles Grammar Review: Articles Does your child know her parts of speech? Here's a great review of articles (or determiners), which are technically a type of adjective!
Descriptive Language: Make a Monster! Descriptive Language: Make a Monster! Foster your first grader's creative writing skills early by thinking of adjectives to describe a silly monster.
Synonyms for Happy Synonyms for Happy Young writers can learn to use better adjectives with this vocabulary building worksheet.
Add personality to your writing with these worksheets that focus on personification, metaphors, and sensory language. Perfect for third grade students, these worksheets will help your child write more interesting text.
Bring Your Writing to Life! 3rd Grade Writing Worksheets with Personality Add personality to your writing with these worksheets that focus on personification, metaphors, and sensory language.
Fourth grade marks a shift in students' writing from the basic sentences to more sophisticated language. And with that comes more types of words, uses of punctuation, and more rules of English to follow. Help your child 'get' many of the grammar rules he'll be learning in fourth grade.
16 Grammar Practice Worksheets for 4th Grade Fourth grade marks a shift in students' writing from the basic sentences to more sophisticated language.
Practice parts of a sentence and punctuation with your 4th grader over winter break with these wonderful worksheets! Your child will be inspired to write his own stories with the fun prompts afterward.
Holiday Writing Practice for 4th Grade Practice parts of a sentence and punctuation with your 4th grader over winter break with these wonderful worksheets!
Summer Nouns and Adjectives #3 Summer Nouns and Adjectives #3 Get into the summer groove with a beach-friendly grammar worksheet!
Your second grader will have some high flying fun coloring in these balloons as she learns to identify nouns, verbs and adjectives. She'll take a look at each word inside the balloons and decide which part of speech it is.
Grammar Balloons Your second grader will have some high flying fun coloring in these balloons as she learns to identify nouns, verbs and adjectives.
Summer Grammar Summer Grammar Got the grammar grumbles this summer? Try a fun approach to grammar with this adjectives and nouns worksheet!
The best way to describe these adjective worksheets is attractive, amusing, engaging, appealing and delightful—guaranteed to have your kids quantifying and qualifying the objects around them—not only adding color and style to their world but boosting vocabulary, enriching writing, and expanding their language skills. Soon they'll be able to put their new grammar skills into practice with our writing worksheets.