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For this grammar worksheet, 3rd graders read the definition of common nouns and an explanation of what persons, places, and things mean. They write the underlined nouns from sentences, find nouns in sentences, complete sentences using nouns from a word bank, and complete a review/assessment sheet which includes multiple choice questions.
In this grammar worksheet, 4th graders read the definitions of both common and proper nouns. They write proper nouns using a capital letter at the beginning, underline proper nouns in sentences, complete sentences with a proper noun, and answer multiple choice questions on an assessment page.
In this grammar activity, students read the definition of adjectives, and about demonstrative, predicate, and proper adjectives. They copy sentences in which they identify the adjectives and the nouns they modify. They write the type of adjectives used in a set of sentences, and replace adjectives with those from a word bank. They complete a review and assessment page.
Bring grammar to life with song and animation. Elementary kids can learn about seven grammar topics with short, catchy videos and their accompanying quizzes. Sing along once you know the words!
To do something to someone or something or not to do something to someone. That is the question. And it is the source of the confusion between lie and lay. The strength of this worksheet is in the clear, cogent explanation for the difference between the intransitive verb lie and the intransitive verb lay. The explanations are precise, the examples fully illustrate the proper forms, and a table conjugates both verbs. The worksheet concludes with a practice set of sentences.
Strengthen your pupils' writing with this activity, which provides a reference guide to using strong verbs instead of forms of is and have. Learners then rewrite twelve sentences to make them stronger. This is a great activity to work on word choice or in the middle of a writing unit.
Three pages provide practice, and youngsters grow more adept at using the often confusing comma! The first page gives direction and examples. In this case, the focus is on the joining of conjunctions, words in a series, how to write dates, and applying commas in a letter. A pertinent homework assignment when working on Common Core standards!
A fabulous language arts lesson has readers focus on the vocabulary in the key words, expand and build new vocabulary, and practice three grammar concepts. They recognize key words as they relate to communicating at work. Pupils build additional vocabulary and practice grammar concepts in a contextualized environment.
Aid your English langauge learners with this series of grammar activities. In this National Grammar Day worksheet, learners read a passage about the importance of the day and complete a variety of different activities involving this passage. The culminating activities are a short interview, a mini-presentation, and a brief writing activity. While this resource provides a variety of activities, several ask learners to do the exact same thing in a different way.
If you are using Betty Schrampfer Azar's Fundamentals of English Grammar to teach grammar to your class, then this practice final exam might be for you! Learners answer 40 multiple choice questions about word usage and error correction. Since this resource includes an extensive list of questions, you might consider chopping it up into smaller parts for grammar review.
ESL students explore English by participating in an ESL grammar activity. In this dictation lesson, students discuss the purpose of transcribing English into their native language by improving their reading comprehension. Students read children's stories such as Harry Potter or Green Eggs and Ham and practice transcribing them.