What’s Being Compared?

This What’s Being Compared? worksheet also includes:

Can your pupils find the comparative or superlative adjectives in each of these sentences? To complete the exercise, individuals circle the adjectives and then note down the things being compared.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Since there are 32 sentences to analyze, consider using this as an ongoing assignment; pupils can keep the page in their notebooks and work on it when there are a few moments to spare
  • Use the worksheet as a homework assignment, warm-up exercise, or assessment
Classroom Considerations

  • All of the words and lines are a bit crammed onto the page; you may wish to receive answers on a separate sheet of paper
Pros

  • Includes an answer key that covers both parts of the exercise
Cons

  • None
Common Core