An adjective is a word that modifies a noun or a pronoun. Every adjective has three degrees which express the intensity of adjective in increasing order, for example, big-bigger-biggest. Comparative degree shows property of one thing in comparison to only one thing. Words like ‘than’ and ‘to’ are used for this. A superlative adjective is used to show a property of one thing in comparison to many other things. A superlative degree expresses highest intensity. An activity related to degrees of adjectives was conducted in grade 4 where students related different sentences with the degrees of adjectives using concrete objects.