Take a look through this BBC Bitesize page for a recap on Adjectives: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zy2r6yc
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (the name of a thing or a place).
'It was a terrible book.'
• The word 'terrible' is an adjective. It tells us what the book (the noun) was like.
'The book she read on holiday was terrible.' or 'She read a terrible book on holiday.'
• Adjectives can come before or after a noun.
• Try putting adjectives in different places in your sentences to make your writing more interesting.
'She had a mouldy, smelly, overpriced sandwich.'
• If you want to describe a noun in detail, you can use more than one adjective.
• When you have a list of adjectives like this, separate them with commas.
How can I reinforce adjectives at home?
A verbal conversation is a great way to reinforce adjectives with children. Remind them that an adjective is a describing word (something which tells us how an object looks, smells, tastes, or sounds like). Then tell them a simple sentence, like 'The smelly dog', and then ask them to tell you which word in that sentence describes the dog. Then ask them to think of a sentence which describes the dog.
Pointing at objects and asking your child to use adjectives to describe it is also an easy way to reinforce adjectives!
A good game to encourage adjectives in writing is to ask your child to think of an object without telling you, then ask them to write a sentence with an adjective in about their object, and see if you can guess what their object is. If you get it wrong, they write another sentence with an adjective, and repeat until you guess the answer!