This is a high-energy way to practice Spanish comparisons that requires very little prep time. Simply print two sets of these words (each set on a different color), divide your class into two teams, and you're ready to go!
Pass out a set of words to each team, and make sure each student has about two words. Then, read one of the provided English sentences, and have each team race to form the Spanish version in front of the class with their papers.
This Word document has two pages of sentences to read and what the correct answers are (see the first two thumbnails). There is also a page of detailed instructions for the teacher. Finally, there are 41 pages of words to form sentences with both equal and unequal comparisons, such as tan, como, tanto, menos, mayor, mayores, ellos, nosotros, son, somos, talentosos, etc. I included a few sentences that aren't comparisons, so the kids with "como" and "que" aren't constantly going up, such as "Pablo is my younger brother."
This product does not contain comparisons of quantity ("tanto/a/os/as ____ como"), but you could easily edit this game to include them if you would like. This works well with the Realidades 1B chapter for level two, or any other unit that teaches both equal and unequal comparisons.