In this activity, students review how adjectives and adverbs are modified to create correct comparisons. There are graphs that explain the degrees of comparison and how they are modified with either a suffix or a word in front of the adjectives (-er or more, -est or most).
There is also a graph that has most of the comparative and superlative irregular forms so students can see and then match up the correct word and the correct form depending on what is asked.
Finally, students review the right time to use comparative forms and superlative forms and then how to make logical comparisons.
There is a lot of sentence writing practice as well as fill in the blank, choose the correct form for the word provided, and idenifying the correct degree of comparison exercises.