Adjectives Lesson Plans:
Fun Powerpoint Activities For Reviewing Adjectives

Fun powerpoint presentations for teachers to use to review adjectives with their students.

Welcome to my adjectives lesson plans page.  On this page, you will find 2 fun activities (Thanksgiving Adjectives and Busy Bees Grammar Comparing) that review adjectives using engaging powerpoint presentations.

Fun powerpoint lessons that review adjectives.

The powerpoint lessons on this page: 

  • Contain colorful background templates.
  • Use eye-catching animated graphics.
  • Include a student response worksheet that you can print out so that students are actively participating, engaged, and on task.
  • Have a fun game-like format and students record their answers, points, and/or score on the student worksheet.
  • Can be edited and you are able to delete and add slides to the presentation.

Note: I have not added any sounds to these powerpoints, as I find them distracting when I am presenting a lesson to my students.  You can easily add your owns sounds to these presentations.


1.

Adjectives - What Kind, Which One, and How Many
Thanksgiving Powerpoint


This fun Thanksgiving powerpoint lesson reviews adjectives.

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Students have to find an adjective in each Thanksgiving sentence and the noun that it modifies.

Then students have to decide if the adjective describes what kind, which one, or how many.

You can read more detailed information about this resource by clicking ==> HERE.

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  • Use your credit card or Paypal account.
  • Save and reuse the resource forever.
  • Print as many copies as you need for your students.

2.

Comparative & Superlative Words
Busy Bees Powerpoint


Fun comparative and superlative adjectives powerpoint with a bee theme.

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This lesson reviews the comparative and superlative forms of these 15 words:

large, fat, fast, hot, high, late, sad, pretty, loud, many, delicious, bad, good, difficult, and little.

You can read more detailed information about this resource by clicking ==> HERE.


1.  Adjectives:  What Kind, Which One, or How Many 
Thanksgiving Powerpoint

Resource Description and Picture Examples:


This activity requires students to select the adjective in each sentence and the noun that it modifies.

Students have to decide if the adjective describes what kind, which one, or how many. 


There are 20 sets of question and answer slides in this powerpoint presentation.


This powerpoint presentation includes a student response worksheet for students to write their answers on. 

Your students will be actively engaged and on task as they follow along with your powerpoint lesson by writing their answers to each question on their worksheets.


You can purchase these adjectives lesson plans below.

Adjectives - What Kind, Which One, and How Many
Thanksgiving Powerpoint


This fun Thanksgiving powerpoint lesson reviews adjectives.

$3.00

Click Here To Purchase This Resource

Students have to find an adjective in each Thanksgiving sentence and the noun that it modifies.

Then students have to decide if the adjective describes what kind, which one, or how many.

You can read more detailed information about this resource by clicking ==> HERE.

A Note About Your Purchase:  You will be emailed a download link for the resource(s) that you purchase so that you can download, save, print, and use the resource(s) today!

  • Secure payment method through Paypal.
  • Use your credit card or Paypal account.
  • Save and reuse the resource forever.
  • Print as many copies as you need for your students.
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2.  Comparative and Superlative Words
Busy Bees Powerpoint

Resource Description and Picture Examples:


This powerpoint lesson reviews these 15 comparative and superlative words:

  1. large, larger, largest
  2. fat, fatter, fattest
  3. fast, faster, fastest
  4. hot, hotter, hottest
  5. high, higher, highest
  6. late, later, latest
  7. sad, sadder, saddest
  8. pretty, prettier, prettiest
  9. loud, louder, loudest
  10. many, more, most
  11. delicious, more delicious, most delicious
  12. bad, worse, worst
  13. good, better, best
  14. difficult, more difficult, most difficult
  15. little, less, least

I have tried to provide a large variety of words in this lesson activity:

  • Words that are standard and just add er and est (fast)
  • Words that follow the doubling rule (hot)
  • Words that follow the y rule (pretty)
  • Words that add more or most (difficult)
  • Words that change their form (bad)

Note: This powerpoint lesson reviews comparative and superlative forms of words, but I have not used those terms in this powerpoint.

  • I have found that my students understand this concept better when I call them comparing 2 things and comparing 3 or more things.
  • Once my students have mastered this concept, then I introduce the words comparative and superlative into my students' vocabulary.
  • Since this is a powerpoint file, once you have downloaded it, you are able to change any of the text that you want. If you want to use the terminology comparative and superlative, you can easily change this on the student worksheet and the title slide.

This lesson activity is set up with a general spring bee theme, but it can be used anytime of the year.  It reviews comparative and superlative words in an engaging way with fun animated graphics.

Your students will love playing this engaging powerpoint game.  The three animated visual cues that are on each page will help your students to better understand these comparison words.

This fun powerpoint lesson reviews comparative and superlative words.

This powerpoint presentation includes a student response worksheet for students to write their answers on. 

Your students will be actively engaged and on task as they follow along with your powerpoint lesson by writing their answers to each question on their worksheets.


You can purchase this Busy Bees powerpoint lesson below.

Comparative & Superlative Words
Busy Bees Powerpoint


Fun comparative and superlative adjectives powerpoint with a bee theme.

$3.00

Click Here To Purchase This Resource

This lesson reviews the comparative and superlative forms of these 15 words:

large, fat, fast, hot, high, late, sad, pretty, loud, many, delicious, bad, good, difficult, and little.

You can read more detailed information about this resource by clicking ==> HERE.

A Note About Your Purchase:  You will be emailed a download link for the resource(s) that you purchase so that you can download, save, print, and use the resource(s) today!

  • Secure payment method through Paypal.
  • Use your credit card or Paypal account.
  • Save and reuse the resource forever.
  • Print as many copies as you need for your students.

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Schoolhouse Rocks Adjectives:

Below you will find a YouTube link for a video about adjectives that you can share with your students.

This video is from the famous Schoolhouse Rocks commercials that were so popular in the good-ole days (when I was a kid!) 

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