Superlatives are a degree of adjective that tell us when one thing has the MOST of something. We use superlatives to discuss three or more things.
Introduce ‘superlatives’ by reviewing the grammar rules and watching the supplementary video.
Classroom superlatives - students vote anonymously OR - gather a list of commonly known celebrities and have students play the anonymous superlatives game about them. Some examples could be a famous athlete, a singer, an actress, a president/world leader, a character from a film with certain qualities that are easy to identify. Brainstorm a list of adjectives with the class to describe these individuals, and then have students vote for the superlative of each category using comparative and superlative degrees.
Complete the sentences and short story for reinforcement.