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Mitten Themed Noun, Adjective, and Verb Sort
Sara Ventrella
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Need help with deciding the differences betweens nouns, adjectives, and verbs? Here's a great, interactive way to do just that - time to sort!
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This is a sort to use in the classroom when working on the different parts of speech: nouns, adjectives, and verbs.

Students take each mitten card with a word on it and sort it under the large mittens labeled "noun/adjective/verb." Once they have sorted all 72 cards (24 of each type of speech), they can then either check their answers using the full page answer key or the mitten answer keys OR they can complete a sheet to turn in for assessment. On this sheet, you put the words on the small mittens under the correct part of speech columns (nouns - boy, girl, etc. - adjectives - cloudy, icy, etc. - verbs - bake, sleep, etc.).

I sincerely hope that you all can use this sort game for years to come in your classrooms.

Thanks for coming by my store!

Any comments, questions, or concerns, pelase e-mail me at [email protected] I would love to help you in any way that I can!

Sara @ Miss V's Busy Bees

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Hi there! I'm Sara Unroe and I blog at Miss V's Busy Bees. I am a 3rd Grade Teacher at a public school here in Mobile, Alabama. I moved here three years ago with my husband who is in the Coast Guard. We have three fur babies that we adore dearly. As an educator, I pride myself on the integration of technology in our learning, along with our immense hands-on learning activities we do daily. Thank you for coming by!

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