A great collaborative activity to practice word order, syntax, and fluency and review previously learned material (vocabulary, agreement, verb endings, etc.) while focusing on the comparative and superlative structures in Spanish
Scrambled sentences can be used SO many different ways! They can be a quick do now/closure, review, station, or a much longer, in-depth activity.
The file includes instructions along with several ideas and adaptations to change it up and/or allow for differentiation.
There are 42 unique sentences as well as the sentences in English (if you'd like to include them in the activity) and an answer key.
Basically, students get a set of words they must work with to make a grammatically correct sentence. Each word uses some form of the comparative or superlative and I've included an extra word for each sentence that does not belong. You could include this for all students/groups or take it out to make it easier.
My students enjoy this activity because it’s hands on, allows them to get up and move around, and really shows them what they know.