‘Too’ and ‘Enough’

‘Too’ and ‘enough’ are adverbs that tell us about an amount of something. They can give us more information about an adjective, adverb or a noun.

Lesson Plan

Introduce ‘too’ and ‘enough’ by reviewing the grammar rules and watching the supplementary video.

Introduction:

Activity:

Worksheet:

The price is right - Prep this activity by printing out the ‘Items’ worksheet and determining a ‘hidden’ price for each item. Tell students they are going shopping, but they must ‘bid’ on the items. Give students an equal amount of fake money, and let them place bids. After the bids are placed, reveal the true mount. The student with the closest bet ‘buys’ the item. After all items have been sold, have each student write a few sentences about their shopping experience, indicating which items they had enough money for, and which items were too expensive. E.g. The item was too expensive/ I had enough money I didn’t have enough money/I bid too much money, etc.

Complete the sentences for reinforcement.

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