Helping children understand how to use the correct adjective to describe superlative and comparable adjectives can provide a path for children to excel in the future at language arts and open a path to their creativity. Turtle Diary's practice sessions guide kids though exercises that identify the correct form of an adjective. Comparative adjectives are used when making a comparison between two items. The superlative adjective creates a relationship or comparison with more than two items. If the child does not score 100 per cent the exercise can be replayed to enable as much practice as needed to be successful.