Adjectives Word Sort

Adjectives Word Sort
Adjectives Word Sort
Adjectives Word Sort
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Students will enjoy this hands-on cut and paste activity at literacy centers, in a homework packet or as a whole group activity!

This product asks students to identify the four rules about adjectives that compare using -er and -est endings. The rules are for base words that have double consonants, end in the letter y, end in the letter e or end in a consonant.

example: base word ends in e just add r or st (nice, nicer, nicest)

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Adjectives Word Sort
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