Students of Grade IV learned about three degrees of Adjectives: positive, comparative, and superlative for which they have created fascinating and spectacular crafts. Students played games called "Comparatives Chain game, and My Family." For that, pupils first introduced themselves by describing qualities. They brainstorm and elicited some comparative adjectives about their family members such as older, younger, taller, shorter, funnier, etc. These activities are a great way to review family vocabulary while teaching comparatives and superlatives. Our confident scholars exhibited great enthusiasm while offering multiple instances for comparisons, which depicted their robust understanding of the same. These were entertaining activities for young Presidians to help them to comprehend degrees of comparison better.