Language Focus Starter Unit: Comparative and Superlative Adjectives, Present Continuous Form

Practice the present continuous form and comparative and superlative adjectives with a short worksheet. Young learners read answers to questions, then form the questions based on context clues and word banks. Some activities require kids to know comparative and superlative adjectives, while others focus on the present continuous (progressive) form.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Pros

  • Clever activities help learners to think critically about their answers, rather than just choosing the correct option
  • Provides opportunities to correct sentences that use present continuous form incorrectly
  • One activity focuses on the affirmative and negative present continuous forms
Cons

  • The concepts covered in the exercises are elementary level, but the instructions and activities themselves may prove a little hard to understand for younger readers
Common Core