Let's learn to decorate the nouns with this batch of worksheets on adjectives hand-picked for kindergarten through grade 4 kids. Aligned with CCSS ELA, the printable charts and PDFs feature exercises like write the antonyms of adjectives, identify the adjectives and the nouns they describe, choose between adjectives and adverbs, distinguish between the shades of adjectives, comprehend the intensity and order the adjectives in a sentence too.
Equip elementary school kids with these attractive charts featuring frequently used adjectives to describe nouns. Included here is a rules chart to make comparative and superlative forms of adjectives as well.
Antonyms of Adjectives
Lined-up here are a few illustrations of adjectives. Write the antonyms or opposites of the given adjectives and complete the exercises. For more practice in comparing objects use the size comparison worksheets.
Adjectives and Nouns | Matching
A few frequently used adjectives are presented in one column and the images of nouns in the other. Make one-to-one correspondence between the adjectives and the nouns they best describe.
AdjectivesCCSS.ELA-LITERACY. L.1.1.F & L.1.5.D
Identify the Adjectives
Adjectives are words that describe a noun. This adjective worksheet compilation for grade 1 kids features the definition, examples and ten sentences. Identify the adjective and write it in the space provided.
Circle the Adjectives & Underline the Nouns
Read each sentence carefully, identify the describing words and the nouns they describe. Circle the adjectives and underline the nouns in this unit of adjective worksheets offering ten sentences each.
Shades of Meanings
Direct kids to pick related adjectives with varying levels of intensity from the word box and comprehend their shades of meanings and usage as well.
Adjectives and AdverbsCCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.2.1.E
Adjective or Adverb?
An adjective describes a noun while an adverb modifies everything apart from a noun. Analyze each sentence, identify the role of the given word depending on what it modifies and term it as an adjective or adverb.
Choose between Adjective and Adverb
Recapitulate the definitions of adjectives and adverbs. Grade 2 kids choose between the given adjective and adverb that best fits into the sentence and plug the word to complete the exercise.
Adjective and Adverb
Test skills with this bundle of worksheets. Instruct kids to modify the given word as an adverb and complete the sentences using two different forms (adjective and adverb) of the same word.
Comparative and Superlative AdjectivesCCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.3.1.G
Degrees of Adjectives
Familiarize third-grade kids with the positive, comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives. Use the rules chart to learn how to form them and assist kids to apply these rules to complete the table.
Comparative or Superlative Adjectives?
Figure out how many objects are being compared in each sentence. Write the comparative form of the adjectives, if two or three objects are compared, and superlative if more than three objects are compared.
Order the Adjectives
More than one adjective is often used to describe a noun. Learn how to arrange the adjectives using the order presented vividly in this worksheet package.
Arrange the Adjectives
Put the string of jumbled adjectives in the right order to complete the given sentences and bolster the tricky skill of ordering adjectives.