Adjectives and Comprehension Freebies

Hello friends!  I have some FREEBIES for you! 

First off, we learned about adjectives last week.  I saw the idea I think on Pinterest at some point for doing this activity with character traits, but I adapted it for adjectives.   They had to come up with 9 adjectives to describe themselves.  It was a great self-esteem boost!  I modeled for them how to do it first, and I let them come up with adjectives to describe me.  I need to do that more often, because they were so sweet!  If you are having a bad day, do this activity!  You will feel great afterwards!!!!   You can get the adjective template {HERE}.




We used these anchor charts last week to distinguish between fantasy and reality.  You can pick them up {HERE} for FREE!!!




This week we are learning how to draw conclusions as our comprehension strategy.  I am going to use this booklet rather than the workbook page for our story.  They record two facts and then draw a conclusion based on the facts about the story.  For some reason, they are more likely to get into making a book than writing on a workbook page as you all know!  You can get this little FREEBIE right {HERE}.





Standardized testing will be here before you know it!  If you are like me, I am always pushing reading comprehension strategies to prepare my little kiddos.  I have some activities in my TPT store than can help if you are need of some supplemental activities.  I also try to create them to fit within the evaluation process and rubric.  You can check them all out below. 







Have a great week everyone!!!

6 comments

  1. Awesome, thanks for sharing!!!

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    Confessions of a Fourth Grade Teacher

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  3. I just introduced adjectives this week and planned on them describing themselves tomorrow. I'm excited to have a template for them to write on- thank you for sharing! I also love the fantasy and reality anchor charts- super cute! :)

    Tales of An Elementary Teacher

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  4. We just reviewed adjectives today so maybe I'll do this tomorrow with my second graders! I think they would love it, as they are their own biggest fans. :)

    Marvelous Multiagers!

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