Adjectives (Grades 1-2)

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Our Adjectives lesson plan for grades 1-2 teaches students what adjectives are and how they can use them in their writing. Students practice using adjectives to describe themselves, their classmates, and more.

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Our Adjectives lesson plan for grades 1-2 teaches young students to add details to their written expression as they define and identify an adjective, and correctly use adjectives in their writing. Students collaborate on an activity where they use positive adjectives to describe a partner and build confidence as they share their responses with the class. This lesson also highlights the presence of adjectives within a story in order to illustrate their importance.

At the end of the lesson, students will be able to define and identify an adjective, and correctly use adjectives.

 State Educational Standards: LB.ELA-Literacy.L.1.1.F, LB.ELA-Literacy.L.1.5.D, LB.ELA-Literacy.L.2.1.E

 

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subject

Language Arts, Video

grade-level

1st Grade, 2nd Grade

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02/08/2022
Anonymous
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Great resource

My daughter enjoyed this resoure , as well as myself. It was engaging, not a typical fill in the blank sheet. Also, the script for the teacher is worded in a way that clearly explained the topic for a 9 year old.

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12/18/2021
Anonymous
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Adjectives

The material was on point and easy to understand. I am really grateful for this resources.

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11/07/2020
Jenee W.
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Adjectives

Great resource!

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10/03/2020
Linda a.
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Adjectives

Quick and easy to find. I like the worksheets! Thank you.

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10/02/2020
Jon P.
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I think the lesson worked well. I especially liked the list which I printed for my daughter, and which we use, and will use more, in future lessons. Thanks