Figure of Speech
Did you know there is a certain order when we use multiple adjectives to describe one noun? For example: The big dirty old brown dog was sleeping. Check out this great graphic from Woodward English that explains the order of adjectives and then see if you can create a correct sentence using multiple adjectives! (Please note that "colour" is the British spelling of "color," which is the American spelling.)
Interjection Worksheet - Find the Interjection - Have you been looking for a basic interjection worksheet? Here it is! Your student is asked to circle the interjection in a variety of sentences. While it’s perfect for 5th grade Common Core Standards for Language, you may also use them for other studens as needed
Interjections in Dialogue Tom Sawyer - Worksheet Practice Activity - Mark Twain was famous for writing dialogue, and this passage from “Tom Sawyer” certainly shows this! In this worksheet your student is asked to read the passage and circle ten interjections. Appropriate for working on Common Core Standards for 5th grade Language, it may also be useful for other students.