Your students will absolutely love learning all about how to use comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs to compare two this. The lesson is ready to teach and SO engaging. Teaching grammar skills is SO MUCH FUN with Giggles and Grammar!
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This resource includes 15 teaching slides focusing on correctly comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs. The slides have been carefully designed to introduce the new grammar concept, give opportunities for guided practice, provide partner talk prompts, and end with independent practice ideas for journals.
There’s no prep required, just start the presentation and go!
What’s included in this comparative and superlative lesson?
- Step-by-step slides to introduce the ‘rules' for using comparatives and superlatives and practice finding/using them in engaging activities.
- INTRODUCE IT – Define and explore the new grammar skill
- PAUSE & PONDER – Work as a group to fix engaging examples
- TURN & TALK – Partner questions to reinforce the new skills
- FIX IT UP – Practice using comparatives and superlatives in a sentence
- YOUR TURN TO GIGGLE – Use a picture to try out your new grammar skills in action. Then, follow the journaling prompt to tie it all together.
Are student worksheets included?
This lesson includes only the teaching slides and group activities. However, the final slide(s) include samples for students to correct in a notebook, and an engaging journal prompt. Coordinating student worksheets about comparative and superlative can be found HERE.
PLEASE NOTE: The sentences and examples in this lesson are SILLY… very silly! Be prepared for a classroom full of giggles as you explore comparatives and superlatives.
Google Slides: Includes text boxes if you’d like students to type in answers.
PowerPoint: Embedded slides for projecting.
The document is NOT editable.
Grade Levels: This resource is best for grades 3 and up.
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This comparative and superlative lesson is sure to bring out the giggles in your classroom – it’s such a FUN way to explore grammar!
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