Hello friends! I hope you’ve been enjoying all the ideas and freebies I post here on my blog! I feel great that I’ve been able to help so many hard-working teachers and parents. I am ready for a new challenge! I’m going to start adding new materials to my store over at Teachers Pay Teachers.
Of course, I’ll still continue to add things to this blog, but I hope you’ll poke around on my TpT store as well! (There’s already a new freebie waiting for you!) Thank you!
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Here’s another freebie for you (since I’m all about free!). This parts of speech worksheet can be modified for upper grades, by designating one of the “noun” sail sections as a proper noun section. That way, older kids have four categories rather than the standard three. Enjoy!
Hello everyone! I’ve finally figured out a way to add candy corn to a worksheet! (I do love me some candy corn in October!) Anyway, here’s a simple adjectives activity for your students. Have them come up with two adjectives about each Halloween noun, and then color the candy corn (built-in “fast finisher” for your speedy students). Have a great Halloween!
This was kind of a random idea I thought I’d throw out there and see what happened. I made a parts of speech worksheet where kids need to identify nouns and adjectives in jokes. This proved to be more interesting than anticipates, as jokes don’t always follow standard conventions. But it sure provided a great opportunity to discuss how the same word can be different parts of speech depending on how it’s used. I recommend this for mid-level grades ans upper elementary.
So – I had so much fun making these parts-of-speech printable worksheets that I just had to make two more. Some kids may need a review of nouns, adjectives and verbs before completing this activity; but once they get going, they’ll forget they’re learning! So round up some crayons and a pencil, and get going on these winter/Christmas parts-of-speech pages for kids! Enjoy!
Apparently, my previous post about holiday parts of speech activities was a hit! Woo hoo! So I’ve decided to make a few more of these little gems. They’re great for reviewing nouns, verbs and adjectives. So without further ado, I give you more free printable Christmas/winter parts of speech activities for kids. Happy holidays!
I love finding ways to incorporate seasonal things into my classroom! So I made these free printable winter/Christmas activity pages to help your kids review parts of speech (nouns, verbs and adjectives) while celebrating the holiday season! Enjoy!