The words we use every day can be sorted into eight basic groups. These groups are called parts of speech. They are nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, conjunctions, interjections, and prepositions. Put together, these parts make sentences. A sentence can have any number of parts. But the one thing it has to have is a verb.
  • Noun
  • Verb
  • Adjective
  • Adverb

What are you: a person, place, or thing

Favorite famous person:
Spiderman

Favorite place to hang out:
playground

Favorite place to go on vacation:
Florida

Favorite foods: spaghetti, carrots, and cheese

What are you: an action or condition

Favorite things to do:
swim, wrestle, dance, paint, and read

Number of helping verbs:
23; may, might, must, be, being, been, am, are, is, was, were, do, does, did, should, could, would, have, had, has, will, can, shall

What are you: a word that describes a noun or pronoun

Describe your eyes:
dazzling

Describe your voice:
loud

Describe your skin:
bumpy

Favorite colors: blue and pink

What are you: a word that describes a verb, adjective, or another adverb

Describe how you fall:
gracefully

Describe how you hit a ball:
powerfully

How often do you swim:
daily

When will you run the race: later