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Free Adjective Worksheets | Games4esl

On this page, you can find a collection of free adjective worksheets. These adjective worksheets are great for kids and beginner ESL students. All the adjective worksheets on this page can be downloaded for free as a printable PDF file. See below for the adjective worksheets currently available, and for related teaching resources, check out the bottom of the page.

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Christmas Grammar Worksheets, NO PREP, Middle and High School Santa’s Workshop = Repairing broken sentence fragments Here We Go A’ Caroling = Punctuating titles Santa’s List = Possession with Apostrophes Tangled Christmas Lights = Misplaced Modifiers Meet Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus = Independent and Dependent Clauses
This lesson will take you through the ins & outs of the gerund & infinitive grammar all on PowerPoint. Effortlessly glide through instruction with a simple click. Display animated examples right on the screen. Get your class interacting with the technology. Show the difference between the gerund & infinitive with ease.  And get them practicing & writing their own sentences. Point. Click. TEACH! Instruction that is all on PowerPoint.
Are you looking for an interactive way to review grammar skills & rules? These are great, hands on grammar worksheets that cover 15 skills. Each grammar worksheet/trifold has a place to write down the skill or rule and figure out why it is important. The inside has traditional practice of identifying and applying the rules of the grammar skill. It even includes a choice board! You can print these for in class use or use the digital download for distance learning.
These grammar activities for Santa reflect a seasonally-inspired thematic concept of the page that coincides with key, standards-based grammar skills. For example, students build a snowman by putting together new words with prefixes and suffixes. Or, they will go "dashing" through the snow while reviewing hyphens and dashes rules. I’ve also provided beautiful clip art to add layers and interest to the pages to grab your teens’ eyes!