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Updated by Lauren Caslen on Feb 04, 2020
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Learning to Write with Adjectives

Adjectives Games | Turtle Diary

Turtle Diary's adjective games for kids teach them in a fun-filled way. Games like 'Adjectives Speed-o-Mania' are a fun way for kids to practice their skills.

Mrs. Caslen Says:
This website is full of Adjective games that can be used to help you if you do not understand what we are covering in class...or to simply give you a little extra practice right before the big test.
*For my teacher friends: it is also great for enrichment or remediation during small group because of the different levels of the games.

The Best Sites For Gaining A Basic Understanding Of Adjectives | Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day...

Our Intermediate English class is beginning to work on writing essays commenting on literature. As we began teaching about imagery, however, it was clear that a sizable number of them really don’t have an understanding of adjectives.

Mrs. Caslen Says:
This website has tons of extra practice, quizzes, and even videos for you to view. If you have questions during homework, before a test, or just simply feel like you need a little extra practice, this is the website for you!
Some questions are multiple choice, some are short answer, some are read aloud, some are fill in the blank, etc. So there's a little bit for everyone! - A list of Adjectives by their starting letter

Our latest lists can be found here of all of the adjectives listed by the starting letter of the word.

Mrs. Caslen Says:
When beginning to study adjectives, some of us can get mixed up with these and other parts of speech. Here's a perfect website for you to go to that lists every adjective you can think of. And guess what? It's categorized by the alphabet for you!
Hopefully this helps some of you when you have questions as to whether a word is actually an adjective or not. Keep studying and looking at this list, and you'll be pro's at adjectives before too long!

Schoolhouse Rock: Grammar - Unpack Your Adjectives Music Video

The classic adjective song from Schoolhouse Rock! This song was written by one of the original founders of Schoolhouse Rock, our friend George Newall, and pe...

Mrs. Caslen Says:
Since you guys love School House Rock so much, I found a music video describing everything you need to know about the basics of adjectives. Any time you're stuck, just watch this!

Adjectives - Grammar for Kids

An adjective describes, or modifies, a noun or a pronoun. Adjectives can tell what kind, how many, or which one.

Mrs. Caslen Says:
This is a perfect place for you to go when you are at home studying, doing homework, or just trying to remember what we talked about in class that day.
-The first link on the page ( takes you to a site full of games, videos, questions, and more questions. :) I can't get enough of this resource. We will definitely be using this in small group and at my teacher table, so don't have too much fun at home!
-The second link (the one on the far right) on the page ( is pretty much the same thing, except it deals with comparing topics with adjectives.
-The third link on the page is a PowerPoint lesson teaching you all about adjectives and giving you lots and lots of examples. It is very similar to the one I teach in class. This is a great resource when you are at home if you ever need that "refresher" especially since I'm not there to help you.

Adjectives: Tic-Tac-Toe

This project is perfect for a unit on adjectives. Students will be challenged to select three activities from the nine options available on the tic-tac-toe board. All of the activities require the students to understand the definition and function of an adjective. They will need to apply their understanding to successfully complete each activity. The activities appeal to multiple modes of learning and interests. This project could be used for practice or as an assessment.

*Mrs. Caslen Says:
This tic-tac-toe board is great to help you begin to practice writing sentences and paragraphs with adjectives. You are only required to choose 3, but it will be fun to knock out all 9 squares for a prize! *

All About Me Wordle for Kids | Make and Takes

Have you ever played with Wordle? It is a fun way to create an interesting graphic or word cloud using text of your choice. I didn't have much experience with Wordle until recently, and now my girls and I are hooked!

Mrs. Caslen Says:
This is a similar example of what we will be doing in class in an actual program called "Wordle" that is installed on our classroom Chromebooks. This is good practice for you to use your name and come up with adjectives to describe yourself using this website. Try it just for fun while you're sitting at home.

Adjectives! Adjectives! Adjectives! Jeopardy Template

What is this adjective: opposite of short, What is this adjective: opposite of stupid, What is this adjective: C_______n, What is this adjective: t_________ food

Mrs. Caslen Says:
Who doesn’t love a good review game? This is just like the one we play in class, except it is all about adjectives and helping you review. You can get your parents, brothers, sisters, friends, or you can just play by yourself and answer questions to see how much you know and remember from what I’ve taught you.

The best learning content is in the Lingokids app

Adjectives are words that help kids describe their world. Here you'll find information, games and activities to teach your children this important topic.
Let's start learning!

Mrs. Caslen Says:
For my Spanish speaking students, this website is for you! It breaks adjectives down into a simpler version and gives you websites, games, videos, and even worksheets for your parents to print out.

What is an Adjective? A List of Adjectives for Kids - Kids Play and Create

An adjective is a word that describes a noun.  Words that describe sounds, shapes, sizes, times, numbers/quantity, textures/touch,weather are all examples of adjectives.

Mrs. Caslen Says:
This website will help you when we are creating our self-portraits. If you want some really strong, creative adjectives, you can look at the 4th – 6th grade level. If you want or need a few shorter, “cuter” adjectives to describe yourself you can look at the lower level adjectives. This just helps to break down the words by grade level so you have a better understanding of each term you are using as you use it.

Story Starters: Creative Writing Prompts for Kids |

Scholastic's Story Starters kids' writing activity generates creative writing prompts, from general fiction to adventure, fantasy, and science fiction.

Mrs. Caslen Says:
This website is a “story starter” site that takes you through the steps of writing your own story. I chose this recourse because at the end of our adjectives unit, you will be writing sentences and creating a story with your adjectives. The ultimate goal is to help you become a better writer by using more vivid adjectives to make your writing more exciting. This will help you to get your creative juices flowing so when it gets to the point in our lesson of writing, hopefully it will not be such a “daunting” task and it will flow naturally and come easily for you. After all, practice makes perfect!