Practice using comparative adjectives in original sentences with this third-grade grammar worksheet! Comparative adjectives are used to compare two nouns, and they usually end in -er, such as in taller, faster, and newer. In this helpful language and vocabulary worksheet, students are given eight comparative adjectives and asked to write a sentence for each one, using the given comparative adjective to describe two nouns of their choice. Then, learners will circle the two nouns being compared. Being able to recognize and use comparative adjectives will help students build their language skills, write more precisely, and tackle more complex ideas in their writing. For related practice, check out the Write Sentences With Superlative Adjectives worksheet.