Short, shorter, shortest. High, higher, highest. In our everyday speech, we compare things constantly. It’s a skill you need to survive, but it takes some time for kids to know when to use each form of the adjective. This week’s freebie focuses on this skill. The page should be pretty self-explanatory, so you shouldn’t have to put in any prep time.

Adjectives that Compare Worksheet

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