This resource helps users decide when to use the word less
, and when to use fewer
Maybe you’ve seen the cartoon about the checkout sign at the supermarket: “10 ITEMS OR LESS
,” with the LESS crossed out, and FEWER above it. The two words are not
The set includes:
• a 2-sided worksheet with fill-in-the-blank phrases and sentences (easier)
• a 2-sided worksheet with fill-in-the-blank phrases and sentences, and writing sentences using less
• To the Teacher
• Poster (11 X 8.5” and 22 X 17”)
• Answer Keys
The illustrated poster
is designed as a way to introduce the fewer/more concept to students. It can be printed up on a single 8.5 X 11 piece of paper or can be printed as a tiled poster with 4 such pages. Directions for printing the poster are included in the To the Teacher.
The two worksheets (both 2-sided) can be used to differentiate the task
. The reading level is different, and so is the activity difficulty.
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