Beginning Paragraph Correction #11
In this ELL, grammar worksheet, students read a paragraph with 8 underlined phrases, then students complete 8 multiple choice questions where they provide corrections for corresponding passages in the paragraph.
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Beginning Paragraph Correction #8
Readers answer 8 multiple choice questions by selecting the correct revisions to the paragraph provided. The focus is on prepositions, syntax, and parts of speech. A good, quick exercise for ELL classes or review for middle schoolers.
6th - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Beginning Spelling: Time to Eat
For younger grammar learners, or as part of an ELD lesson for older kids, a word scramble activity provides a fun way to practice food-related vocabulary and spelling. Learners unscramble letters to form 11 food-related words. The...
3rd - Higher Ed English Language Arts
Beginning Synonyms and Antonyms #17
Now that your English language learners have mastered identifying the synonyms and antonyms of adjectives, nouns, and verbs, mix them all together and have them try again! This worksheet requires learners to find the antonyms and...
2nd - 4th English Language Arts
Using Correct Verb Tenses in Your Writing
In this using correct verb tenses in your writing worksheet, students read a review of lively verbs and tenses with example sentences, replace and add vivid verbs with correct tenses to sentences, and write a friendly letter comparing...
3rd - 6th English Language Arts
Verb Review 1 (Past Progressive/Past Tense)
Here is a week's worth of bell-ringers for your class! Each of the five short paragraphs focuses on using the correct past progressive or past tense verb to complete the blanks. Each paragraph has around 10 verbs to conjugate.
4th - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Titles Punctuation Song
It's hard to remember how to punctuate titles correctly, but after you listen to this grammar video a few times, you'll never italicize a song title again! Hip hop-themed and catchy, the song is a great addition to your punctuation unit.
2 mins 3rd - 8th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable