After learning about a predator/prey relationship in the wild, students can use these organizers as a pre-writing exercise for informational paragraph writing. Students will use action verbs and adjectives to describe their predator and prey.
Noun phrases can give readers important information about the characters and settings of a story. This worksheet will help your students identify noun phrases that describe characters and settings in fictional texts.
An adjective is a part of speech that modifies or describes a noun or a pronoun, such as the way something feels, looks, sounds or tastes. It answers questions like Which one? What kind? How many? It’s important to note that adjectives do not modify verbs, adverbs or other adjectives. There are countless adjectives to describe things, and you can teach students how to use them in their own writing using our resources and tools.
Learn More About Adjectives
If nouns are the thing, adjectives describe what that thing is like. Think of adjectives as activating our senses. Here are some common examples that we use every day to describe nouns and pronouns: