Adjectives Scavenger Hunt Activity

I had been working on this free, printable Adjectives Scavenger Hunt activity over the course of a few days and had left a printed copy on our dining table. When our third grader arrived home from school she noticed it there and asked if she could complete it, pretty, pretty please?! What can I say, she’s a bit of a word nerd…which isn’t all that unusual in our family!

Printable adjective scavenger hunt activity

It became a fun challenge that involved the whole family – finding fun (and often funny) descriptive words to fill each box included in the hunt. The printable activity challenges kids to find adjectives for each of the letters of the alphabet.

Sidenote: If you’re like us, a family or class of word nerds and bookworms, be sure to also check out our Word Power! Brain Activating Word Games, Alphabet Books That Teach More Than ABC and Word Study Educational Websites.

For school class groups, this would make a great grammar challenge to complete in pairs.

Plus, pairing the adjectives scavenger hunt with a pile of great picture books makes this an awesome tool for expanding learning about character traits, or elements of story setting.

Printable adjective activity

Older students may prefer to work individually, finding adjectives to complete the challenge with the chapter book or novel they are currently reading, or the current class text.

Adjectives digital activity

The printable includes both a portrait and landscape orientation for this activity. The landscape version is handy for those who wish to share the activity for digital completion by students on a computer or tablet.

RELATED: If you’re on the lookout for more fun and engaging literacy based activities for elementary/primary school age students (for home or school), be sure to also click through for our free, printable Book Bingo and the kids writing prompts in our 30 day writing challenge.

Printing Instructions: Adjectives Scavenger Hunt Activity

Click here to download: Adjectives Scavenger Hunt Activity . Save the PDF to your computer. Open the PDF and print the pages you require. When printing, select “Fit to printable area” (or similar) to ensure the page fits with your printer type and local paper size.

PLEASE NOTE: The file includes both a portrait and landscape version of this activity. Choose the page you wish to print and check your printer’s paper orientation before printing.
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