This is a practical worksheet for using comparatives and superlatives. It works great for young learners. Just make sure that there are no food allergies in the group. It involves the teacher getting three brands of oatmeal cookies. The cookies are sampled by the students without their knowledge of the actual brands. After trying each sample, the students have to evaluate it on the smiley face scale of 1-5. They are to also guess the ingredients in each cookie by circling the ingredients on the list. After evaluating all three samples, the students are to write sentences with the adjectives listed in bold with comparative and superlative degrees. For example, "Cookie #1 is crunchier than cookie #2." The sentences will be used for the final discussion of the best brand and revealing it.