ABJECTIVES ARE DESCRIPTIVE WORDS
Adjectives are words that can describe an animal, person, object, or thought. This adjective’s (descriptive words) can include a word that describes what something looks like.
EG – Wally The Wobbling Wellington. ‘Wobbling’ is the adjective in this story title.
Adjectives can also help describe personality, colours, temperatures, sizes as well as human feelings and sensory perceptions like to touch taste and smell.
BoodleBobs book titles are formatted with rhyming words. They contain a name (Andre) an abjective (Artistic) and a noun (Apron).
In most instances, for the BoodleBobs books, we have used the same focus letter as an abjective to assist in a child’s identification of this descriptive/abjective word.