We do not have classroom games just for fun though it might appear that way on the surface. The easiest way to make children learn is through hands-on games and activities.
In this post, I will be sharing a game for the four parts of speech that are easily confused.
This nouns verbs adjectives adverbs game is not only fun but educational.
In the above four printables, you can see four hens on each sheet. The hens are named ‘noun’ ‘verb’ ‘adjective’ ‘adverb.’
Print out the hens and their eggs and cut them into cards. Print these on card stock and laminate them for durability.
Sort the eggs into nouns, verbs, adverbs and adjectives. Place them on the hen sheets.
There are two sheets for eggs which can be practiced separately. Each sheet has 30 eggs.
Can you imagine how much fun our little learners are going to have to play this game?
You can begin with a little story- I have four red hens and they laid eggs this morning but I made a mistake. I was in a hurry to leave for school, so I put all the eggs in one basket! The hens will sad without their eggs. Can you all help me sort the eggs so we can give the hens their eggs back?
Late can be an adjective as well as an adverb.
The bus is always late. Adjective
I went to bed late. Adverb
There are 60 eggs in all so your kids will get good practice for sure.
Record your answers in the sheet provided.
Do laminate the printables so they can be used over and over again.
I have another game which can be played before this one. It’s a sorting game for nouns, verbs and adjectives.
Do check out the pack of worksheets for ‘nouns verbs adjectives’ as well.
This pack is a subscriber freebie.