Grammar Activities

Grammar activities encourage your child to speak and write in complete sentences with subjects, nouns, verbs, and more! Learning proper grammar can seem like a tedious task to a child, but making the endeavor fun with games and crafts can make the learning process fast and easy. These games include fishing for grammar activities, guessing games, book making, and postcard practice. Your child will enjoy doing these games and crafts, and he will come out with a better knowledge of sentence structure. Try these grammar activities with your child, and have fun!

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Parts of speech can be a difficult and dreary concept for many kids, but you can quickly turn that feeling around with this fun game.
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Here's a thought-provoking activity to make new vocabulary words "stick" in the mind of your young learner.
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Remember the classic card game, Go Fish? Here's a fun twist on it that will help your kid learn her the different parts of speech in a fun way!
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This hands-on family activity gives your child practice creating compound sentences, while teaching him skills that will help him become a better writer!
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Help your second grader grasp the concept of verb tenses with this silly card game!
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Give your first grader reading and writing practice with this fun, practical postcard that will also help with spelling strategies.
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Help your first grader understand what a noun is with this fun photo book that catalogs her favorite people, places, and things!
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Mad Libs are fun but they're even better when your fourth grader gets to make the story himself!
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Confused about clauses? Get the concept to stick by helping your middle schooler make mix-and-match poetry dice filled with independent and dependent clauses.
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"CUPS" is a useful tool when helping your student edit a writing piece. Plus, it's an activity you can do together!
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If helping your child learn parts of speech makes you want to take a nap, try this exercise. It's a sure way to keep those creative juices flowing.
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Here's a review of some common (and commonly confused) grammar terms, as well as a quick activity to apply them to reading and writing.
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Knowing how to use quotation marks to write character dialog is an important skill for developing writers. Here's a fun way to get your child writing speech.
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Help your child learn grammar the fun way with this engaging clothespin game!
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This activity will have your child learning about dependent and independent clauses, not to mention the punctuation that goes in the middle.
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Here's a great homemade card idea that supports fine motor skills and creativity in addition to introducing your child to the art of quilling.
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Here is a fun holiday exercise to reinforce your grade-schooler's understanding of adjectives from adverbs while she's away on winter break!
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Practice writing skills and use imagination with this fun activity, where your child will write a story about what he thinks life would be like on a cloud.
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Help your child learn the parts of speech! Start with adjectives and have your child describe Santa Claus to someone who has never heard of him.
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Labor Day is the perfect time to celebrate our postal workers. Have your kid write a thank you note to your local post office to show his appreciation.

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