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    • Adjectives
      Verónica Ramírez
      Teed 4007
      Prof. Mary Moore
      Third Grade
    • Objectives
    • Pre-Test
      First Day
    • Write 3 words that describe
      the pictures below:
      Second Day
    • What are adjectives?
      An adjective is a word that describes.
      Tall
      Pink
    • What are adjectives?
      An adjective gives you more information about the noun, that’s the person, place, or thing in your sentence.
      The happy bananas.
      The black sheeps.
    • What are adjectives?
      Adjectives usually come just before the noun.
      The huge elephant.
    • Let’s practice
    • Can you find the
      Adjective?
      1. It is a cold day.
      cold
      2. Brian was driving a black truck.
      black
      3. There was a huge tree next to the school.
      huge
      4. The tall building was under construction.
      tall
    • Find the adjectives
    • Choose adjectives to
      Fill in the blanks
    • Review
      Third day
    • Adjectives:
      Adjectives are descriptive words.
      They tell us more about nouns.
      Adjectives usually go before nouns.
    • Let’s practice
    • Use letters to
      Make adjectives
    • Post-test