Comparative & Superlative Adjectives Bulletin Board Display - Spelling rules
If your students are studying the degrees of adjectives, this comparative and superlative adjective bulletin board display makes a great visual reference to practice the grammar rules related to short and long adjectives. Each poster shows the adjective with its comparative and superlative form. It's a great way to passively build grammar and vocabulary for ELL's / ESL and ESL classrooms. A MUST HAVE for English teachers! They provide a clear, easy to read visual reminder that can be used to help with reading, writing & speaking! Each pattern has a rule poster and six examples:
1 syllable (sharp, sharper, the sharpest)
1 syllable CVC pattern (double the consonant) big, bigger, the biggest
2 syllable ending in y ( angry, angrier, the angriest
2+ syllable (beautiful, more beautiful, the most beautiful)
Irregular adjectives (good, better, best)
36 Hexagon shaped posters (7" x 7" when cut out)
Each visual has both long and short forms
The unique hexagon shape allows you to assemble your display any way you want.
These posters are designed to be printed on US letter size paper or A4. Print, laminate and they are ready to use!
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