To have amazing adjective activities you must be properly prepared and you will have outstanding outcomes! Consider the grade level you are targeting for this activity. Choose several books from the classroom or library. Have one book for every two or three students. You may decide to go even further and mark specific selections from the books or even copy certain pages.
The time to use these activities would be mid-way through your study of adjectives.
The students should already know:
An adjective is a word that describes a noun or a pronoun.
A noun names a person, place or thing.
A pronoun takes the place of a noun.
Now that they can pick out an adjective from a sentence, the students will deepen their understanding by seeing that there different kinds of adjectives.
Some adjectives tell "what kind": Bertha Butterwinkle is a famous person. What kind of person? A famous person.
Some adjectives tell "how much/many": Bertha Butterwinkle has two dogs. How many dogs? Two dogs. Bertha Butterwinkle ate the whole pizza! How much pizza? The whole pizza.
Some adjectives make comparisons: The nicest friend that I know is Bertha Butterwinkle. What kind of friend? The nicest friend.
Some adjectives tell "which one": That boy is my brother. Which boy? That boy.