Learn what your child should be able to do at the beginning and end of second grade writing.
Can your first grader help Lisa proofread her letter by fixing the commas and correcting the capitalization?
Can your first grader read Susie's letter from summer camp, and then add in the correct punctuation marks?
Here's a worksheet that helps kids sort out the difference between common and proper nouns.
Challenge your child to match each noun on the left-hand side, with a strong descriptive word, otherwise known as an adjective.
Declarative, exclamatory, and interrogative: When did sentences get so complicated? Ease your child into these concepts with this first grade grammar worksheet.
Practice, practice, practice: The best way to learn. Clear up some of the confusion about writing dates for your first grader with a practice worksheet.
Give your first grader a healthy serving of grammar with this pronoun-filled worksheet that gets her to practice the important concept.
Help your first grader learn special plurals like men and geese by having her practice writing their plural forms.
Challenge your first grader's command of grammar rules with this printable quiz that asks him to select the sentence that's written incorrectly.