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Truth. It drives me crazy when I see misspelled words. Especially there/they're/their and to/too/two

Bit Rebelsfrom Bit Rebels

A Blogger's Refresher Course In English Grammar [4 Infographics]

A Blogger’s Refresher Course In English Grammar

Life of a Homeschool Momfrom Life of a Homeschool Mom

*FREE* Prepositions Printable

Help kids visualize grammar! Love this free printable prepositions sheet for kids in 34d, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade; great for homeschoolers

Grammar: Commonly Misused Words. Great for non-native English speakers like me. I do these kind of mistakes frequently, but I do get better for every day. :)

Most common misspelled words. Maybe cut off the suggestion for using spell check and just make a poster for class encouraging students to learn to spell. :)

Free website for kids. Type in their spelling words for the week and it creates games to help them practice the words.

This lists the rules for comma usage. This addresses the Common Core standard for 6th Grade Language: 6.SL.2. Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.

Thoughts of a Third Grade Teacher: Grammar With Attitude!! I love how helpful this would be to the kids. I would just have to remember to cover it up so they can't use it to cheat on English test.

Teacher Created Resourcesfrom Teacher Created Resources

Reminders for Good Spellers Chart

Spelling rules