Students will be introduced to adjectives and what they do. Adjectives can tell how a noun looks, feels, tastes, smell, behaves, and more! Students will look at examples of common adjectives, such as "pretty" and "slimy." Next, they will look at pictures and drag adjectives to describe them. For example, they will see a picture of coffee with steam rising, so students should drag the word, "hot" in front of "coffee." Students will also read a short story about a boy named Tom's birthday. They will fill in the blanks with adjectives to make the story more interesting. Then, they will look at pictures and write a sentence about each picture using the adjective that best matches.