Try this nouns, adjectives and verbs game!
Adjective = describes a noun e.g. The tall man walked into the old, haunted house.
Comparative adjective= used when comparing 2 nouns e.g. bigger, faster, more beautiful, more incredible.
Superlative adjective = e.g. fastest, most beautiful, best, smallest, most graceful.
Verb = action words e.g. ran, jump, think
Verb group= The man was jumping. The dog will be barking tonight.
Adverb = tells us more about the verb eg quietly, gracefully etc. The beautiful swan swam gracefully down the river.
Compound words= 2 words joined together making a new word e.g. ladybird, butterfly, shoelace etc
Noun = The name of a person, place or thing. e.g. table, boy, school
A proper noun = Nouns which get capital letter e.g. Tom, St. Patrick's Day, Dublin, Kilcommon, December etc
Collective nouns = name given to a group of people or things e.g. a herd of cattle, a choir of angels, a troop of monkeys.
Abstract noun = nouns which are not concrete e.g. joy, sadness, grief, happiness, faith etc
Pronoun= Replaces a noun e.g. me, I, they, us, she etc.
Antonym= a word with opposite meaning e.g. An antonym of dark is bright.
Synonym= a word with similar meaning e.g. A synonym of happy is joyful.
Plural = more than one e.g. The plural of fox is foxes!
Simile = Comparing 2 things - normally using as and like e.g. as stubborn as a mule, as white as snow!
Contraction = Two words made shorter be joining together using an apostrophe for the missing letter e.g. can not=can't
Preposition = show relationship between noun and rest of sentence e.g. in, under, beside, on, to, with, over etc.
Conjunction= connects words, phrases, sentences e.g. and, for, but, so, however, a
e.g. The man went to the shop but he didn't buy anything.
Although the man went to the shop, he didn't buy anything.