Comparatives and Superlatives

Comparative and Superlative Adjective Word List

High Frequency Adjectives

“basic concept” inflectional adjectives, such as bigger, biggest, small, smallest, faster, fastest, longer, longest, easier, funnier,funniest, scarier, scariest, hungrier, hungriest, softer, softest, harder, hardest, quieter, quietest, louder, etc.

Inflectional Adjectives, such as brighter, brightest, clearer, clearest, darker, darkest, fancier, fanciest, longer, longest, muddier, muddiest, stormier, stormiest, stranger, strangest, younger, youngest, icier, iciest, spicier, spiciest, weaker, weakest, rainier, rainiest, heavier, heaviest, older, oldest, friendlier, friendliest, wilder, wildest, sweeter, sweetest, emptier, emptiest, braver, bravest, etc.

Longer Elementary Adjectives

three syllable adjectives, such as more beautiful, more delicious, most excited, most expensive, more old-fashioned, most annoying, most talented, most important, more difficult, more powerful, more outstanding, most comfortable, most wonderful, successful, etc.

Comparatives and Superlatives worksheets

Click on picture to view a small preview of each activity. Click on Doc or PDF to download worksheets in preferred format.

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(1) Introduction/Hierarchy Doc PDF;     (2) Scripts / Drills Doc PDF;     (3)  Picture Activity Doc PDF;     (4) Fill – in / Functional  Doc PDF;     (5) Functional Activities  Doc PDF;     (6) Words/Data Doc PDF;      (7) Fill in the Blank Doc PDF;     (8) Grid Doc PDF

Additional Worksheets

Click on picture to view a small preview of each activity. Click on Doc or PDF to download worksheets in preferred format.

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(1) Bullseye 1 Doc PDF;      (2) Bullseye 2 Doc PDF;     (3) Sentence Drop 1 Doc PDF;     (4) Sentence Drop 2 Doc PDF;     (5) Sentence Search Doc PDF;      (6) Sentence Maze Doc PDF

Bingo!

This bingo game includes lots of comparatives and superlatives and is a great activity to help improve comparing concepts!

If you enjoy this free Bingo game, please consider trying some of the other VERY affordable Bingo games from my Language Galore Teachers Pay Teachers site!

The game has five “boards” (although you can use regular paper if you want), and two pages of stimulus cards – 32 total cards. Use small bits of paper, coins, or just about anything for tokens. Total prep time should be just a couple of minutes to print the boards and cards and cut out the cards.

Individual Boards and Cards:

comp bingo card 1 comp bingo card 2 comp bingo card 3 comp bingo card 4 comp bingo card 5 comp cards 1 comp cards 2

Download complete bingo in PDF:  complete comparing bingo pdf

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3 Responses to Comparatives and Superlatives

  1. Cristina Cattaneo says:

    Perhaps the best activities I’ve ever found on this subject!

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  2. Jacob Maldonado says:

    Excellent worksheets! but I’m having trouble solving the maze

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  3. Lynda says:

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