Adjectives (Grade 4-6)

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Our Adjectives lesson plan for grades 4-6, available as a free downloadable PDF, teaches students how to add color to their writing. This lesson builds on their existing understanding of nouns, verbs, and other parts of speech.

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Our Adjectives lesson plan for grades 4-6 teaches students how to add color to their writing. This lesson builds on their existing understanding of nouns, verbs, and other parts of speech. Students are encouraged to flex their creative writing skills with an exercise that asks them to describe a number of objects around them using adjectives. They are also asked to identify adjectives in sentences both on their own and in pairs, allowing them to collaborate and consult with their peers.

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to accurately identify adjectives within a text, correctly and independently use adjectives in writing, and order adjectives in a conventional pattern.

Common Core State Standards: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.4.1.D

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05/17/2020
jodi f.
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Adjectives

This was a great resource and easy to you.

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05/04/2020
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I had some difficulty sharing it with students since the formatting wouldn't share so I needed to make adjustments. But the information itself was great.

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02/16/2020
Lee-Anne B.
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Adjectives Gr 4-6

thank you so very much! this was extremely helpful. Really helped in the explanation of Adjectives.

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02/05/2019
Rozann L.
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Lesson plan

The lesson plan very fun I like the fact that it gave clear instructions for the classroom procedure and had support for each step of the lesson .

JA
09/28/2018
Julie A.
AU
Adjectives (Grades 4-6)

The teacher/parent explanation was informative, the examples were helpful and clear and the student activities were relevant, well thought out and at an appropriate level.