Updated: May 4, 2020
Without enough details in your child’s sentences, others may not be able to understand him.
This can make your child and the other person frustrated.
This is why we need to introduce various Adjectives to his nouns. You can start these activities based on your child’s level.
Teaching Words That Describe Nouns : ADJECTIVES
What is a ADJECTIVES ?
A noun is a word for a person, place, or thing.
Examples of Nouns
People: ‘’policeman, John, cousin, lawyer’’
Thing: “lemon, apple, orange’’
Places: “house, school, Seremban’’
What is are ADJECTIVES?
ADJECTIVES Describe Nouns
A noun is a word for a person, place, or thing
ADJECTIVE + NOUN
Colour + Thing
In our materials, we will be focusing on the ADJECTIVES:
The number of objects ( EG: 3 apples)
The colour of the objects (EG: red apples)
A combination: 3 red apples
We use only 3 Nouns in the materials BUT feel free to use more ( apple, orange & lemon)
The activities are interactive and fun....Enjoy yourselves
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