Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Adjectives for Preschool ELL

This was a hard blog post. I had to research all the adjectives that are commonly used along the book series for preschool. I only picked the most common.

Big and small. Give children the worksheet. Have them cut out pictures from magazines or draw pictures in both size.

Link to the resources: 
Review colors to describe things. Make color puppets with the color splotches. Place them next to an object and have them say phrases or complete sentences.
Teacher: a blue book.

To introduce physical appearance I made this set of Monster Cards. They have a number on each.

Place all 12 cards on the board and describe a monster. This is a good listening and speaking activity.

Teacher: He is tall and fat. He has three eyes and two ears. He has a big nose. He is green.  He has two long arms and two short legs
Students: Number 10.
Teacher: Number 6.
Students: She is tall and thin. She is purple. She has 4 eyes. She has four arms and 4 hands. She has 5 legs. She has two big white teeth.

More activities with the cards: 
Separate the class into 12 groups. Hand in a monster card to each group. 
Describe a monster and the group who has the monster shouts and shows the card.

I made a Monster book using as many adjectives I could. 

I did a big/small pocket chart and puppets activity for the body theme.

With the transportation theme, I did adjectives with the cutouts. Link:

A link to a cute video for many other adjectives:

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