Superlatives- Pictionary Challenge Game

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Topic: Animals
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Published: 11th Dec 2012

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Superlatives Pictionary Challenge

Instructions for the teacher

Photocopy the animals and adjectives on different coloured paper, e.g. blue for the animals and 
pink for the superlatives. Note that some superlatives are repeated. 

Rules of the game

Students take cards from the top of two packs or from cards spread face down across the table. In 
the latter case, the cards go back in the same places after and they can try to find particular words 
again if they like. They then try to draw what the two cards say. The pictures must still clearly be 
the animal that they are supposed to be, e.g. “the smallest crab” must still clearly look like a crab. 

After finishing the game, they can test each other on the superlative forms of the cards that they 
were just using. 

hippo

caterpillar

snail

squirrel

peacock

deer

octopus

crab

bumblebee

cow

goose

rhino

goat

parrot

seal

hedgehog

crow

ostrich

camel

owl

worm

mosquito

stork

whale

eel

squid

lobster

bat

vulture

dragon

beetle

stick insect

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2012

 

the cutest

the scariest

the fattest

the ugliest

the silliest

the strangest the strongest

the most 

disgusting

the thinnest

the longest

the fastest

the happiest

the saddest

the angriest

the oldest

the prettiest/ 

the most 

beautiful

the dirtiest

the smallest

the coldest

the hottest

the sleepiest

the scariest

the ugliest

the happiest

the cutest

the angriest

the dirtiest

the oldest

the prettiest/ 

the most 

beautiful

the most 

disgusting

the strongest

the silliest

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2012

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