Unit 1 – Animal Comparisons – Free Kids English Lesson
Unit 1: Animal Comparisons
This is a free lesson sample taken from level 5 of our course.
Main Lesson Materials & Study Steps
- Teach ESL children how to compare animals using comparatives and superlatives.
- This English lesson also teaches ESL learners other ways of describing animals using essential vocabulary.
The skills learned in this lesson will enable EFL/ESL young learners to be able to compare and contrast people, objects, animals and more. Learning comparisons in English is an essential communication skill every learner needs.
Adjectives - Opposites
|playful||more playful||most playful|
|colorful||more colorful||most colorful fish|
- Elephants are bigger than lions.
- Elephants are the biggest animals in the zoo.
- The angelfish is smaller than a turtle.
- The angelfish is the smallest animal in the zoo.
- Giraffes are taller than zebras.
- Giraffes are the tallest animals in the zoo.
- Otters swim faster than turtles.
- Turtles swim slower than otters.
- The sailfish is the fastest swimmer in the world.
- Monkeys are more playful than otters.
- Monkeys are the most playful animals in the zoo.
Comparing using 'as'
- Zebras are as big as horses.
- The angelfish is as big as my thumb.
More ways to describe animals
- Tigers and zebras have stripes.
- Horses do not have stripes but zebras do.
- A lion's roar sounds scary.