Parts of Speech Reference Sheet (link goes to "Print this Page" option on Scholastic's website) - Go to Scholastic.com + Parents + Free Printables to download amazing reference materials by grade level and subject area (Free) PARENT'S PAGE INDIRECT
Prefix, suffix, root word activity.
Help students master Mechanics, Usage, and Grammar by working together to proofread real-world writing examples. These 19 weekly grammar editing sessions address the most common errors made in middle-school and high-school writing. Get ready to enjoy these easy and helpful "shots" that quickly improve teen writing.
FREE Homophones List Poster: Includes 69 homophones sets in three colors (Orange, Pink, Blue)
The Middle School Mouth--Middle School Language Arts teacher who uses Interactive Notebooks. I've been looking for a blog like this! Genius!
FREE Grammar Cheat Sheet - nice...everything on one sheet for quick reference.
Make sure you know your figures of speech and avoid these common grammar mistakes! This could also be something fun to put up in an #esl classroom!
This neat little flip book is a great way to see it, read it, write it and then keep it as a little “cheat sheet” when they need it! On each page, write a definition of the part of speech, draw a picture of an example, and explain how your picture shows that part of speech.
This is a great picture to use for prepositions!
Parts of Speech Reference Sheet
Rules for Quotation Marks
Fourteen Typical Mistakes with Prepositions
Trapped! Punctuation game is a super fun online game that provides great practice in punctuation skills.
simple, compound, complex sentences coordinating and subordinating conjunctions
Verb Word Search (Author's Craft)
Grammar crackers website...variety of grammar lessons.
when to add -es instead of just -s
when to add s or es
Helping verbs poster freebie!
I've used this song with my students. It has over 30 similes.
Do you and your students know which relative pronoun in the sentences below is correct? If not, then download this printable. The woman (who/that) called you is Mrs. Smith. The citizen groups are the ones (who/that) you should talk to.