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
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.