Improve your child's writing skills by helping them understand and become comfortable with reflexive pronouns. Give them the ability to tell the stories they want to tell with these exercises that will put them at the top of their class.
These multiple choice parts of speech exercises will help your students learn how to distinguish between adverbs and, in addition to identifying the difference between interjections and conjunctions. With all of those parts of speech floating around, it’s important to make sure that students can complete the following types of sentences exercises that demonstrate mastery over the concepts of simple, compound, and complex sentences.
When it comes to parts of speech, there are a lot to learn. There's verbs and adjectives and adverbs and nouns...and let's not even start with pronouns and prepositions. If parts of speech is overwhelming to your child, they can relax...and so can you. With our parts of speech exercises, your kid start slow by scratching the surface of parts of speech learning. Have them try one of our quick multiple-choice quizzes to get more familiar with the different parts of speech they use and hear on a daily basis. Just read the sentence and identify the underlined part of speech -- how easy is that? Studying doesn't always have to be hard work, and here's a chilled-out, no-pressure way to help your child get a little stronger in language arts every day.