Grammar Symbols – Adjective Worksheet
This identifying article, noun, and adjective worksheet is designed for 3-6-year-old children to help them identify articles, nouns, and adjectives in a sentence using grammar symbols.
This grammar worksheet is 2nd in the series when introducing language to a child in Montessori education. This helps children develop strong grammar skills and communicate effectively with their friends and family. It also prepares a child to read and write complex sentences.
How to Identify Articles, Nouns Adjectives in a Sentence?
Articles, nouns, and adjectives are the structural pillars of a sentence. We cannot imagine a sentence without an article or a noun.
- Noun – A noun is a word for a person, place, or thing. For example, Newyork, city, bus, family, etc.
- Article – An article is a class that represents nouns. For example, a, an, and the.
- Adjective – An adjective is a word that describes nouns. e.g. blue, tall, fat, etc.
In this worksheet, children will put their understanding of articles, nouns, and adjectives and test it. In addition to identifying the adjective, students must identify the noun it describes.
Follow the instructions and an example to analyze the sentences. Let the child explore the worksheet and allow them to identify or distinguish articles, nouns, and adjectives in a sentence using Montessori grammar symbols.
Helps the child learn and practice the application of rule 4 of capitalizationView Worksheet