Comparatives and Superlatives
Use this interactive board game to practice forming comparative and superlative sentences.
Students take turns rolling the dice and moving their piece along the board. When a student lands on a square they need to make a comparative sentence using the adjective and the two things showing in the square. For example, “In my opinion, Apple is worse than Android. Android is the best.” The other players need to listen and decide if the answer is grammatically correct or not. If the answer is the student stays on that square. If it is not correct they go back to their previous square. The first student to reach the finish square is the winner of the game.