A set of 13 colourful posters with a variety of adjectives and illustrations to match.
Integrate Strong Adjectives Into Student Writing
This set of printable adjective posters is an easy way to improve your students’ vocabularies and writing skills. Young writers often resort to using basic and boring adjectives to describe things in their writing. These posters solve that problem by providing your students with stronger and more descriptive adjectives to use in their daily writing assignments.
Each adjective poster contains a minimum of twenty words covering:
- feelings (good and bad)
How to Make the Most of Your Adjective Posters
- Print the posters on A4 paper, slip them into clear sleeves and use them in your guided groups as a reminder.
- Print the poster on A4 paper, slide them into clear sleeves, and hang them on a ring as a reference tool for a learning centre.
- Print the posters and hang them in the classroom as a permanent reference display for students.
- Print the posters at a smaller scale (4-6 per sheet) and have students place them into their writing notebooks or binders.
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This resource prints as a full-colour PDF. Download, print and go!
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LOVE this resource! Could you make some in Verb and Noun also please?
Hi Kerrie, Thanks for your comment! We do have other posters in our parts of speech resource collections. Just search 'noun' or 'verb' the search bar to see what we have on offer. If you can't find something that exactly fits the bill, please feel free to request a resource at our 'Request a Resource' page. https://www.teachstarter.com/request-a-resource/ Requests are voted on by the Teach Starter community and we create the top requests. Please let me know if you have any further questions, I’m more than happy to help.
This is a great adjective word mat for primary students. Could you make one that is suitable for Years 1 and 2?
Hi Kylie, Thanks for your feedback! Please feel free to request a resource at our 'Request a Resource' page. https://www.teachstarter.com/request-a-resource/ Requests are voted on by the Teach Starter community and we create the top requests. Please let me know if you have any further questions, I’m more than happy to help.