3 poems that use comparative adjectives, use for chanting

3 poems that use comparative adjectives, use for chanting
3 poems that use comparative adjectives, use for chanting
3 poems that use comparative adjectives, use for chanting
3 poems that use comparative adjectives, use for chanting
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This document has three poems in it that use comparative adjectives.
The first poem is "Fast or Faster," and it begins, "Are you fast? Am I faster? We can have a race." So you can use it to review comparative adjectives and use it for reading it aloud. Each line of the poem is numbered so you can assign lines.

The next poem on the same page is titled, "When You're Small." The poem begins like this. "When you're small, and no one is smaller, you'll wish you were tall...." Again the lines are numbered for reading aloud if you wish.

The last poem is about "Slow or Slowest" and another race.
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