Comparative & Superlative Practice

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When should you use more and most when writing adverbs? Practice comparative and superlative adverbs with a review instructional activity. After reading through the information at the top of the page, kids decide if they should use the comparative or superlative form of given adverbs, depending on the context of each sentence.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Have kids store the page in a language arts journal or binder for reference
  • Create a survey for kids to note different characteristics (age, height, etc), and compare the data in terms of comparatives and superlatives as a class
  • Use the worksheet for homework or as a warm-up activity
Classroom Considerations

  • Printing in black-and-white may obscure some information at the top of the page
Pros

  • Includes solid examples and tips at the top of the page, as well as an answer key 
Cons

  • None
Common Core