How to use a semicolon, the most feared punctuation on earth. ~ The Oatmeal The Oatmeal does many awesome comics that range in topic. He also happens to love grammar, and I look forward to the day he publishes a text book.
Grammar Journals are an interesting way to teach/integrate grammar lessons. Left side is the grammar lesson with rules, and the right side is their attempts at using it in their own way with a writing prompt.
Connect students in grades 4 and up with science using Mysteries: A Journey Around the World. This 48-page book challenges students to investigate further with this collection of science-confounding mysteries. The book includes multidisciplinary topics and activities that develop research skills and higher-level thinking. It is suitable for group and independent study, library research, curriculum enhancement, and homework enrichment. The book includes a list of related topics for each…
Resources for teaching grammar! Wouldn't this be a cool addition to the classroom, a book that has songs about grammar! You could sing a song each week and try to get it stuck in the student's heads so they begin singing about grammar too!
Daily paragraph with ten built-in errors of basic spelling, grammar, punctuation, or capitalization. Daily exposure is sure to cement some very important skills as it lays the foundation for improving students' test scores.