Adjectives are words that paint pictures in our mind. The world would be so boring without them. Our comprehensive collection of free printable adjective worksheets combines knowledge with practice, and touches important aspects of adjectives with a gradual-yet-eventful progression from the simple concepts like identifying adjectives, describing pictures, writing synonyms and antonyms of adjectives to the intricate ones like degrees of comparison, types of adjectives, converting adjectives to adverbs and more.
The worksheets are tailor-made for children of kindergarten through grade 7.
CCSS – L.K.5.B, L.1.1.F, L.2.1.E, L.3.1.G, L.4.1.D and L.7.2.A
Pictures transform the most mundane thing to a greatly-spirited affair. Familiarize kids of kindergarten and grade 1 with adjectives to describe the pictures in this pdf worksheet.
Antonyms make the adjectival learning more fun. Let your kindergarten or first grade kids read the adjectives and recollect their antonyms or opposite words to complete this printable antonyms of adjective worksheet.
Being able to spot and underline an adjective would speak volumes of how children in grade 1 and grade 2 have grasped the concept of identifying adjectives using this free worksheet.
Transform kids of grade 2 and grade 3 into little grammarians with this pdf worksheet on recognizing adjectives and nouns in sentences and drive home the concept of how adjectives modify nouns.
Check if your first grade and second grade kids can choose an apt adjective for an apt place using this free worksheet on completing sentences with adjectives.
Right after you start hunting for possessive adjectives in these sentences, not only will you develop a fascination for words like “my”, “your” and “their”, you will have an awestruck expression on your face thinking about how many different types of adjectives are there in the English language.
Do predicate adjectives sound tricky! If they do, it’s probably because they are. For a predicate adjective to exist, there should be a linking verb in the sentence. But just because there’s a linking verb, there need not be a predicate adjective. Identify the predicate adjective in these sentences.
Watch children in 3rd grade and 4th grade gallop through the adjectives in this pdf exercise, where they are expected to complete the table with the degrees of comparisons.
Dig deeper with this printable exercise on comparative adjectives curated for children of grade 4 and grade 5. Add "-er" or "more" to change the positive form of each adjective in the parentheses to the comparative form to complete the sentences.
Students in 5th grade and 6th grade will find themselves converting the positive degree to superlative degree by adding "-est" or "most", in this superlative adjectives in sentences pdf worksheet.
Try this tricky printable worksheet, where both the degrees of comparison set out together and cause your fifth grade and sixth grade students troubles in choosing between the comparative and superlative adjectives.
Kids leave no stone unturned as they work their way through this no-prep printable worksheet on changing adjectives into adverbs, and infer that difference between the two.
Cumulative adjectives make sense only when arranged in a specific order. Help 4th grade and 5th grade children follow the rules and nail this free ordering adjectives worksheet with ease.
If you go after adjectives, you can't help stumbling upon the coordinate adjectives. This coordinate adjectives worksheet helps students from grade 6 and grade 7 practice punctuating coordinate adjectives.
Children seize this opportunity to learn about proper adjectives. Modifying proper nouns into proper adjectives to complete the sentences is all that needs to be done in this printable worksheet.
If you can continue your good run by constantly and wisely adding to your synonyms, you are highly likely to be on top of your game. This free pdf exercise helps 2nd grade, and 3rd grade kids find synonyms for adjectives.