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Using this Apple to Apples Adjectives Activity, students build their describing skills by providing adjectives to match picture cards.
Sometimes grammar lessons can get boring! This activity will keep your student captivated as they play Apples to Apples Adjective Activity to build their describing skills.
Shuffle the picture cards and deal an even amount to all players. Place the green adjective cards in the middle of all players (blank adjective cards available to write customized adjectives). During each round, one player is the judge and does not play using their picture cards.To play, the judge flips over one adjective card and reads it to all players. Players look at their picture cards to see if any pictures match the adjective in play. When a player selects the card, they place it face down in front of the judge. If they do not have a picture that can be described by the adjective, they may draw their own on the black cards. The judge looks at all pictures, and decides which one is best described the adjective. That player is the winner of the round! Players take turns being the judge during each round. Play as many rounds as you’d like!
If you are using this activity, your students are probably learning how to use adjectives in their writing.
Use these Adjective Worksheets as an additional resource to support your students.
Introduce this worksheet by reviewing adjectives with the Have Fun Teaching Adjectives Song. Then,play Apples to Apples Adjectives Activity. Once students have finished playing, students share out the best examples of adjectives!
Be sure to check out more Part of Speech Activities.
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