This product is differentiated practice with mini-task cards and printables. I tried to include a mix of irregular adjectives, one-syllable adjectives, and multi-syllable adjectives with -y endings.
I have spent a small fortune in printing ink and decided to create mini-task cards (approximately 2"X 3") to save paper and ink. The cards can be cut out and glued onto 3"X5" index cards if you want them to be bigger for a center. Another way to use them would be to leave them on one sheet and have students complete them that way.
Here's what is included:
1. Nine mini-task cards with recording sheet
2. Comparative, superlative sort with mixed adjective types
3. Words in context non-fiction story with fill in the blank
4.Complete the comparative/superlative table with one syllable adjectives
5. Circle the best choice comparative/superlative
There are 13 pages total which include a title page and credit page with 11 pages of usable material. I sometimes print the title pages of my products and laminate them to pocket folders. Then I get pouches or envelopes for the small pieces and make copies of the other pages for instant centers.
There are answer keys for each page including the task cards.
I geared this product to third grade, but it can be used successfully in grades 2-4. Here is the standard:
L.3.1.G: Form and use comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs, and choose between them depending on what is to be modified.