Comparative and Superlative Adjectives Worksheets
Part frenetic practice and part delightful fun, our printable comparative and superlative adjectives worksheets prepare grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4 children to form and use the degrees of comparison in adjectives. To form the comparative and superlative adjectives, simply add -er and -est for short adjectives, or club the words "more" and "most" with the long adjectives. Hammer home the concept with a host of engaging exercises with answer keys. Start comparing with our free comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives worksheet pdfs!
The wit and heart of adjectives are dazzling! Let 2nd grade kids complete this table with the three degrees of adjectives by adding -er to make the comparative degree, and -est to make the superlative.
A cup of tea is "good"! Tea with a snack is "better"! The "best", though, is when there are beverages and snacks to choose from. Grade 2 students write the correct degrees of adjectives in each set.
Inviting and swoon worthy, this part of our printable comparative and superlative adjectives worksheets is for 3rd grade. There are three people, animals, or things; answer questions by comparing them.
Stacked full of vivid and vibrant adjectives, this pdf gets kids to form the positive, comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives and completing the table by adding "more" for comparatives and "most" for superlatives.
Watch short and long adjectives band together in this section of our printable comparative and superlative adjectives worksheets! Complete the table by filling in the missing degrees: positive, comparative, or superlative.
Give degrees of adjectives a morale booster by letting them appear in sentences! Teach kids in grade 3 and grade 4 to look for the word "than" that hints at comparative degree and complete each sentence.
Some of our friends are "dearer" to us than the rest! Let children in 4th grade go all out as they fill in the blanks with the correct comparative or superlative degree of adjectives of the given words in this pdf.
Help your comparing skills go bright, brighter, and brightest! Children in grade 3 read each sentence and complete it with the comparative or superlative form of an appropriate adjective from the box.
Who is the "best" teacher in your school? After each sentence is an adjective, Use its comparative or superlative form to complete each sentence. Often when you see "than", you will use the comparative.