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Understanding Comparative and Superlative

Understanding Comparative and Superlative
Understanding Comparative and Superlative
Understanding Comparative and Superlative
Understanding Comparative and Superlative
Understanding Comparative and Superlative
Understanding Comparative and Superlative
Understanding Comparative and Superlative
Understanding Comparative and Superlative
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Are you teaching comparative and superlative in class? This will be a great worksheet for you!! These worksheets are great for in-class work or for homework.

The first activity focuses on using more, most, better, best, worse and worst. Students will complete each sentence using the correct form of these irregular forms.

The second activity will have students identifying which form these words are in. They will need to identify if the words are in comparative or superlative forms. This is a great simple activity for students to work on.

The third activity has a word bank and students have to choose the correct word to complete each sentence. All the words in the word bank are in comparative or superlative form.

The fourth activity has students completing each sentence with the correct form of the words in parenthesis. Each sentence has a word in parenthesis and student will decide if the word should be in comparative or superlative form and write it correctly.

If you like this worksheet, please see my TpT page for more like it and more grammar worksheets.
Total Pages
5 pages
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