Adjectives - School House Rock Style

One of my favorite memories as a child, was waking up early on Saturday mornings to watch cartoons.  Yes, this is dating me.   In the olden days, there weren't cartoon channels.  The only time a child enjoyed cartoons was Saturday mornings or go early to see a movie.  Cartoons were shown before movies, in the olden days.  So much more enjoyable than the 20 minutes of previews that you see today.  If you woke up before 7 a.m., all you saw on your t.v. was colored bars because television channels weren't operating 24 hours a day  "back in the day".  Between cartoons was a 3 minute mini-lesson cartoon by School House Rock.  Each video had a catchy song that I swear stuck in your head the rest of the day, some of the tunes I can still sing as an adult.  Many adults today can thank a little engineer guy in a cartoon for helping them remember what a conjunction was.  I loved the adjective video. Click on the picture to see for yourself.
School House Rock - Unpack your Adjectives
3 minutes

Here are a couple of worksheets I made to go along with this video:

If you love School House Rock videos like me, check out my Movie/videos/clips pinterest board.  I have a collection of School House videos pinned on that board.


Unknown said...

I bought the DVDs a long time ago just so I could show them to my students, ha ha! They were my FAVORITE thing to watch as a kid!!

Stacy said...

I LOVE YOUR POST!!!! Those commercials were some of my best childhood memories. "I'm just a bill, yes I'm only a bill and I'm sitting here on capital hill..." is now running through my head.

Michelle said...

Thank you! Yes, I love the "I'm just a bill", too. In fact, I played it the other day because I love the catchy tune.