Have a bit of fall fun identifying parts of speech by sorting fall-themed nouns, verbs, and adjectives with a cut and paste worksheet.
🎃 Fall for These Cut and Paste Worksheets for Grammar Review
Fall is a season of change. It’s the time when the leaves drop off of the trees and fall to the ground, where they turn brown and crunch under our feet. It’s a time of transition—from summer’s heat and sunshine to winter’s snow and darkness.
The autumn winds are sharp with chill, but they also bring a sense of anticipation for the holidays just around the corner. There’s no doubt that kids LOVE all things fall-related, so why not bring a bit of pumpkin spice into your grammar lessons before winter sets in.
With this resource, students independently identify the nouns, verbs, and adjectives, then cut, sort, and glue each autumn word into its correct part of speech category. The worksheets included contain two versions of the same activity, described as follows.
- Version 1 has students cutting, sorting, and gluing nouns, verbs, and adjectives into their labeled part of speech categories. These are perfect for your grade-level readers and writers.
- Version 2 is the same concept but differentiated for your struggling readers and ESL/ELL students. This version of the resource provides students with visual cues to help with decoding each word.
Grab these Fall activities and help your students better understand the three parts of speech.
Falling for Fun English Worksheets
Download these fall-themed grammar worksheets as a Google Slides file. Double-click on the words and change them to make them easier or more complex, depending on your students’ needs.
You can change the nouns, adjectives, and verbs in the boxes and even the directions! Coordinate the words to match your classroom grammar posters, word wall, or weekly vocabulary words.
Multipurpose Fall Worksheets for Home and School
In addition to individual student work time, use this parts of speech cut and paste worksheet as a:
- Writing center activity
- Writing lesson warm-up
- Fall or Halloween-themed filler activity
- Homework assignment
- Brain Break
- Fast Finisher activity
Students who need a challenge can think of other nouns, verbs, and adjectives to add to the sorting area.
How To Prepare This Resource
Use the dropdown icon on the Download button to choose between the PDF or Google Slides version of this resource.
We’ve included an answer key for students to self-check their work with this download.
This resource was created by Kendall Britnell, a teacher in Colorado and a Teach Starter collaborator.
Add more color to your Halloween English lessons by including these activities in your classroom lesson plans!
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