How to Place Adjectives in Order| The English Student. This blog post contains an easy-to-understand explanation of the rules for correctly ordering multiple adjectives being used to describe a single noun, as well as the above visual aid, example sentences, and a short self-quiz for students. This could be valuable for helping higher proficiency ELLs understand this slightly tricky nuance of English.
Pass the Paper Plate Grammar Game: Write the word "noun" in the middle of the plate and have your child write words that are nouns: person, place, thing or an animal around the word. Of course this can be done with adjective, verb, pronoun, adverb and so on.
This lesson explains the difference between CRASH and CRUSH: illustrations, definitions, examples, tips, practice story, final quiz, and answers. Crash and crush are two commonly confused words in the English language. How do you know when to use each one? The two words both sound and look very similar, and each word can be a noun, a verb, and also an adjective. Despite these similarities, the meanings of the two words are not the same. In fact, each word has multiple meanings. It is…
This is an image from this resource on the Internet4Classrooms' "Compound Words Second (2nd) Grade Skill Builders Language Arts at I4C" resource page: Lesson Plans for Compound Words. This site includes compound word games for grades K-5th, and video lessons. Includes examples of compound words such as verb-verb, adverb-verb, adjective-noun, and several others.