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    Punctuation Boot Camp will get your kids out of their seat and exercising their grammar skills!

  • Kimberly L

    Get your elementary students out of their seat with a fast paced game, 4 corners activity and writing booklet! There are bulletin board pages inclu...

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This Interactive Grammar Notebook is the latest in my series of interactive notebook products for reading and ELA grades 4-8. Click for a list of lessons included. $12

$ Monster fun abounds in this sound-loaded, interactive story. Features repetitive text, questions and prompts for grammar, articulation, wh questions and categorization. Great for Halloween, Autumn or anytime! #speechsprouts

$ Grammar Poster Set (Noun, Adjective, Pronoun, Past Tense & many more) This poster set includes posters for Noun, Adjective, Verb, Conjunction, Pronoun, Singular, Plural, Punctuation, Past Tense and the Verb 'To Have'.

5th grade grammar test that checks the following skills: complete sentences, fragments, four kinds of sentences, subjects, predicates, compound sentences, and punctuating titles.

Research tells us students learn more when we get them up and moving. Why not try to eradicate those common grammar errors with a little bit of fun--try it out with Grammar Games!