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Awesome Adjectives!

All about adjectives for Mrs. LaScala's smart, wonderful, 2nd grade students.

Marissa Kalyan

on 24 January 2013

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Transcript of Awesome Adjectives!

What color How many Sally eats a few jellybeans. About a noun! An adjective is used to describe a noun (a person, place, or thing) in a sentence. The adjective almost ALWAYS comes before the noun in the sentence. The adjective gives us more information about the noun! The size The lion is much bigger than the tiny mouse. How a noun feels Kitty cuddled in the soft blanket. How a noun acts David is a naughty little boy. Awesome Adjectives! Adjectives tell us... Adjectives tell us... Three bears live in a cottage in the woods. Nineteen students are in Mrs. Lascala's class. Landon has blue eyes and blonde hair. Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see? Lily loves her purple purse. There are many fish in the deep ocean. Don't sit on that prickly cactus! George is a curious monkey. Clifford is a big, red dog. Mrs. LaScala is a kind teacher. Wow, did you see those quiet students in the hall? How a noun sounds My noisy pet parrot kept me up all night! How a noun looks This is a beautiful painting. What a cute puppy!
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