35 Printable pages to help your students identify use comparative and superlative adjectives. Each page has a wildlife photo (butterfly, bee, flower, tree, cactus, bird, lizard, etc) and a place for six sentences. On the first page, students create sentences using a photo of a butterfly on a flower and the adjectives cute, cuter, cutest and fast, faster, fastest. On page 6, students create sentences using a photo of two hawks in the sky using the adjectives high, higher, highest and loud, louder, loudest. On page 25, students use a photo of two lizards on a rock to create sentences with the adjectives nervous, more nervous, most nervous and colorful, more colorful, most colorful.
Adjectives: cute & fast, bright & hairy, bumpy & tough, sharp & short, messy & crunchy, high & loud, young & weak, curvy & strong, flat & far, hungry & quick, fluffy & patient, dark & old, light & muddy, new & long, big & happy, windy & noisy, slow & scary, sweet & soft, angry & low, comfortable & funny, rough & thirsty, tall & irritating, quiet & calm, flat & jealous, nervous & colorful, shy & dry, dirty & wet, cold & small, thin & mad, sticky & early, late & near, clean & heavy, talkative & thick, hard & close, smooth & weak.
If you would like more Adjectives activities, here are several of my TpT products:
Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
Adjectives: Describing Nature (PowerPoint)
Adjective or Adverb (PowerPoint)