Students use a chart to record the comparative form and the superlative form of 24 adjectives. Then use a task page to create a sentences using comparative and superlative adjectives. There are 10 comparison questions. Anchor chart - use as title page Task page 2 recording pages - print front to back Answer key
Comparative Superlative Center Activity 1 and Anchor Chart
Adjectives! Adjectives! Adjectives! *Print and go! No prep work. CONTENTS10 POSTERS22 Fun Interactive Worksheets all on Adjectives!***Differentiated levels to choose from!***Common Core aligned to :CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.1.1.FUse frequently occurring adjectives.Thank you for stopping by.Feel free to become a follower to get the latest freebies and newest upload updates.Need ADVERB worksheets?
Comprehensive adjectives resource! This product consists of 16 practice worksheets that target the Common Core standards for Adjectives in First Grade, a Literacy Center, and Editable Templates. Meant to be used throughout the year as practice and review.
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Adjective Bags- Students will peek in the bag at their secret nouns and record adjectives that describe that noun on the adjective bubble map recording sheet. When finished, they will paste or staple the bubble map on the front of the bag for others to view. When all have completed their bags, they can walk around the room and try to guess the noun in each bag based on the adjectives their classmates have provided. $
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