Items Tagged as "superlative"

Adjectives That Compare

Subjects: Grammar
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 1 | Age 7
Posted: Apr. 1, 2012   Posted by: patriciafey
Summary:
Comparative and Superlative adjectives compare people and things. Add -er to an adjective that compares two people or things. Add -est to an adjective that compares three or more people or things.

Adjectives That Compare

Subjects: Grammar
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 1 | Age 7
Posted: Apr. 1, 2012   Posted by: patriciafey
Summary:
Comparative and Superlative adjectives compare people and things. Add -er to an adjective that compares two people or things. Add -est to an adjective that compares three or more people or things.

Comparatives & Superlatives

Subjects: Reading, Spelling, Writing, Reading & Language Arts
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 1 | Age 7, Gr. 2 | Age 8, Gr. 3 | Age 9, Gr. 4 | Age 10
Posted: Mar. 11, 2012   Posted by: drainbowstar
Summary:
Your students will learn to add -er and -est to adjectives in order to compare.

Comparing Adjectives

Subjects: Education
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 4 | Age 10
Posted: Mar. 29, 2011   Posted by: wheelerj
Summary:
Comparative or Superlative? Examples and practice using the correct form when comparing adjectives.

Use -er With a Pair and -est for All the Rest!

Subjects: Grammar, Mechanics, Reading, Writing, Reading & Language Arts
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 1 | Age 7, Gr. 2 | Age 8, Gr. 3 | Age 9
Posted: Mar. 23, 2011   Posted by: teepeesmommy
Summary:
This lesson for first grade is useful after teaching the concept of comparative and superlative adjectives.

Comparing Adjectives Using -er & -est

Subjects: Grammar, Mechanics, Spelling, Reading & Language Arts
Language: English
Grade Level: Gr. 1 | Age 7, Gr. 2 | Age 8, Gr. 3 | Age 9, Gr. 4 | Age 10, Gr. 5 | Age 11
Posted: Mar. 6, 2011   Posted by: alissabocek
Summary:
This lesson teaches students to use -er when comparing 2 things and use -est when comparing 3 or more things. Students will also understand when to double the final consonant before adding -er and -est.


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