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Adjectives are words used to modify nouns by specifying a particular attribute. They can also be used to describe a volume of some type of quantity. They bring a sort of elegance to language and they allow language to have an impact emotional. Adjectives functional add greater level of understanding for the audience. We get a clearer and fuller picture of what is happening in the story. They commonly follow linking verbs to help elicit a better conceptual sense of the subject at hand. The proper usage of adjectives can lead to a more lead to more impactful sentences and statements in general. Working with skilled writers you can often see how this can lead to a reader being emboldened to act based on the reaction the wrier is looking for. For example the sentence, "The dog was hot." really doesn't make you feel an sense of emotional connection. If we added a few adjectives and said "The gigantic dog was blazing hot.", you instantly get a feel for what the dog is going through.

We follow a well thought out process when presenting these worksheets. We start with showing you how to think up adjectives and identify them written by other writers. We finish off encouraging students to bolster the impact of sentences by editing our own work. The worksheet activities include finding adjectives within given sentences, writing them from a prompted subject, identifying the nouns modified by other words, defining the different types, and more. Make sure to print everything and take a look at the answer keys too.

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Identifying Your Gauge

Read each sentence. On the line provided, write the word that appears in each sentence. If there is no adjective in the sentence, write none on the line.

Descriptive Writing

Write as many words as you can think of to describe the cow below. Write one wore in each box. Then write a few sentences about the cat on the lines below.

Nouns They Modify

You can usually find adjectives close to nouns in a sentence because they describe the nouns. For each sentence below, underline the adjectives and put a box around the nouns.

Adjective Use In Sentences

Clear the sentences for the parts of speech. Identify all the parts that are asked for.

Adjectives and Nouns

Each sentence below contains two nouns. Which one does the underlined word modify? Write your answer on the line.

Telling How Many

Underline the modifer in each sentence that tell how many.

How Many |What Kind | Which One

. Some tell you what kind (stinky, purple), and others tell you which one (this, that, those). Read each sentence. Find the word that shapes the noun. Then write it in the correct column.

Telling You What Kind

Some adjectives tell you what kind of thing something is, for example: big, red, stinky, tiny, etc. Read each sentence below. Underline the words that tell you what kind.

Which One Is It?

Some words can modify nouns by telling which one (this, that, those, etc.) Read each sentence below. Underline the word that tell which one.

Using Them In Sentences

Rewrite each sentence below so that it includes the type of word indicated.

Tooth Brushing Squirrel

Adjectives answer the questions what kind? how many? which one? Study the picture. Then write six sentences about the picture, using the prompts.

Different Types of Work

It should be "read" the sentences below, rather than pictures.

Writing With Modifers

Each of your sentences should contain a descriptive word. Underline that particular word. Then, on the line, write what kind of adjective it is. You should use at least one of each kind.

More Writing

This is where the pictures come in here.

Identifying Descriptive Words

These are shorter, but more prudent descriptive words for you.