This two-sided worksheet has "tan" on one side and "tanto" on the other. Each includes an explanation of how to use word along with examples. You could use them together or separately.
The "tan" side explains how to use the word to make comparisons of equality with adjectives (Tu clase es tan divertida como mi clase.) It includes ten sentences in which students have to fill in "tan (adjective) como." They are given the adjective in the masculine/singular form, and they have to change it to agree with the subject. It also has three combinations of subject/adjective for them to write their own sentences using the formula.
The "tanto" side explains how to use the word to make comparisons of equality with nouns (Yo tento tanto talento como tu.) It includes ten sentences in which students have to fill in the correct form of tanto/a/os/as to agree with the noun that's being compared. It also has three combinations of subject/noun for them to write their own sentences using "tener" and the formula.
Everything is in present tense, and the vocab consists of words that Spanish 2 students will most likely know. I've included a key.