Students choose an adjective and make a pumpkin based on their word. A great way to integrate art, language, and the season. Kick it up and have them write a short story about their pumpkin.

Halloween: Students choose an adjective and make a jack-o-lantern (or pumpkin) based on their word. A great way to integrate art, language, and the season. Kick it up and have them write a short story about their pumpkin.

It's actually a verb. Seeing as how an adjective describes a noun. . .

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This freebie includes directions on how to play an adjective game called, "What Am I Holding?"  It is very simple and doesn't cost anything!  All you need is a blindfold and objects around your classroom!  This can also be a fun way to assess your students' knowledge about adjectives!

This freebie includes directions on how to play adjective game called, "What Am I Holding?" If we play this, we will hold the objects behind the seated kiddo.no blindfold.

Students need an adjective, and an inspired one at that?  Got an adjectives chart for you....

For all the writers out there it can be difficult finding the perfect emotion for your character, whether your character is sad, angry, or surprised those words can seem to get a bit boring. so i introduce the Writer's Wheel of emotion. Enjoy - J.

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