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This resource provides a full year of grammar activities! Designed for 3rd grade students (or advanced 2nd grade or 4th graders who need additional practice), students will find 28 booklets covering important grammar skills. Each booklet will provide information and examples of the skill/concept for students to review. Students will then practice and implement the skill, show real world examples of the skill and then reflect and write in their own words what they have learned. Once each booklet is complete, they will then glue into a spiral notebook. At the end of the year, they will have a notebook full of grammar work! (See description below for a list of skills covered.)
Display these COLORFUL posters in your classroom to aid students in learning (and practicing) proper writing technique!
Download includes 42 posters:
– 4 sentence types
– 12 capitalization rules
– 6 apostrophe rules
– 9 comma rules
– 5 quotation mark rules
– 6 semi-colon rules
See description below for suggested uses.
15 worksheet activities to help students practice and reinforce important Grammar skills!
Here are the skills covered:
1. Proofreading – Spotting incomplete sentences, spelling mistakes, capitalization
2. Using punctuation correctly – periods, commas, quotation marks
3. Writing to inform: Correct sequencing, adding supporting evidence, descriptive writing, title creation
4. Writing dialogue
5. Using Tense correctly – past, present, future
6. Perspective – 1st, 2nd and 3rd person
7 Posters that will guide students through the rules of dividing words into syllables!
Example: The first poster tells students to first check for prefixes and suffixes and to divide these from the root word. Next, the students are told to check for multiple consonants together between vowels and then how to proceed.
This workbook resource will give students the explanations and practice they need to master important grammar skills which will help them be successful in writing and ready them for national and/or state testing. Includes a pretest, a post test and answer keys.
Suggestion of use: Have students create a grammar journal during their learning. On the first day of each new lesson, have students write in their journal the topic, any rules and quick examples. This will help them commit the information to memory and can also be a quick resource for them in the future. If a lesson has more than one practice section, each can be spread out throughout the week for quick mini-practice. There are 30 ‘lessons’. This workbook can be spread out through the year or completed more quickly depending on how you choose to assign each lesson and the practices. (See description below for further information)