Grammar Worksheets

Capitalizing Months of the Year Worksheet

Capitalization Worksheets

Welcome to our page all about capitalization worksheets! Here, you’ll find a helpful assortment of printable activities that focus on capitalization for parents to use in the classroom or at home for extra practice. First, students will learn how to capitalize individual words, such as: holidays, names, places, days of…

Parts of Speech Anchor Chart

Parts of Speech Anchor Chart

We’ve created some helpful parts of speech anchor chart resource below. Parts of speech allow us to categorize words based on their function in a sentence, like nouns, verbs, adjectives, and more. Understanding the difference between these terms can enhance language skills related to both reading, writing, and overall vocabulary…

Rewrite the Predicate Adjectives Worksheet

Adjective Worksheets

They’re amazing, illustrative, fun, and diverse! They’re adjectives! Adjectives are words that describe people, places, things, and ideas. Just as a magician uses different tricks and tools to engage their audience, communicators can use vivid adjectives to illustrate and clarify their expression. Adjectives elucidate meaning and there are many types…

Proper Adjectives Machine Activity

Proper Adjectives Worksheets

Proper adjectives are a unique group of adjectives that are derived from proper nouns, which are the names of specific people, places, or things. Proper adjectives can be spotted easily because they start with a capital letter, just like proper nouns. Let’s see how they look and sound in our…

Possessive Adjectives Writing Activity Chart

Possessive Adjectives Worksheets

It’s your turn to learn about possessive adjectives and practice your skills with our possessive adjectives worksheets! Possessive adjectives show ownership or possession and to whom something belongs. These adjectives are always placed before a noun. Possessive adjectives include: “my,” “your,” “his,” “her,” “its,” “our,” and “their.”  For example, if…

Highlight the Descriptive Adjectives Worksheet

Descriptive Adjectives Worksheets

Descriptive adjectives are words that describe or give more information about a person, place, thing, or idea. They make writing more interesting and engaging by adding details that illuminate what is being described. Descriptive adjectives can be positive, negative, comparative, superlative, and more. Learning about and implementing descriptive adjectives in…

Demonstrative Adjectives Coloring Worksheet

Demonstrative Adjectives Worksheets

Welcome to our page for demonstrative adjectives worksheets! Demonstrative adjectives allow communicators to point out and identify specific things. They are words that describe and indicate which person, place, or thing we are talking about, relative to time or space. These special adjectives bring clarity to our sentences by identifying…

Compound Adjectives iSpy Activity

Compound Adjectives Worksheets

Compound adjectives can make writing more descriptive, colorful, and engaging. They can serve as a mighty team when describing characters, objects, or places in stories. For example, “wide-eyed,” “rainbow-colored,” and “ill-fated” are all compound adjectives. Compound adjectives are often seen when they appear as an adjective paired with a noun,…

Fill in the Blanks with Adjective Phrases Activity

Adjective Phrases Worksheets

Adjective phrases can be quite fun to craft! Here, you’ll learn about this type of phrase along as well as find a variety of adjective phrases worksheets. But first, what are adjective phrases? Adjective phrases are groups of words that work together to describe a noun in a sentence. These…

Finish the Sentence Predicate Adjectives Worksheet

Predicate Adjectives Worksheets

These adjectives are fun! Predicate adjectives are adjectives that appear after linking verbs like “am,” “be,” “being,” “become,” “seem/s,” “is,” “are,” “was,” or “were.” These adjectives describe the subject of a sentence. For example, in the sentence “The flower is beautiful,” the word “beautiful” is a predicate adjective because it…