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Big to Colossal - Orders of Comparison Poster

PDF | 1 page|Grades: 2 - 6

A poster displaying the orders of comparison for adjectives big to colossal.

Use this teaching resource as a classroom display poster when identifying orders of comparison in adjectives.

A great resource for classroom writing and teaching the students to experiment with different vocabulary.

It should be noted that the vocabulary in these posters is placed in a certain order of comparison. This order is extremely subjective and is by no means a definitive order to follow. This should be mentioned when utilizing the posters with the students.

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