Unit 1: Animal Comparisons
This is a free lesson sample taken from level 5 of our course.
Main Lesson Materials & Study Steps
Worksheets for the Unit
The worksheets below are useful for offline and classroom activities. These printable exercises directly correlate with the above lesson 'Animal Comparisons'. Every worksheet comes with an answer sheet on the second page for educators.
- 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.
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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.
This lesson is part of the Level 5 English course.