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Begin to plant the writing seed in young learners with our first grade grammar worksheets. Thanks to delightful illustrations and colorful characters, kids will be begging you to print out these fun lessons that teach everything from plural nouns and parts of speech to sentence structure and capitalization. After practicing with our first grade grammar worksheets, students will enter second grade full of writing competence and confidence.
First Grade Grammar Worksheets Get the Writing Ball Rolling
In first grade, children are introduced to adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, tense agreement, capitalization, and other complicated principles of grammar. One way to stop your child's head from spinning with all this new information is to print out our first grade grammar worksheets.
If your child appears completely overwhelmed, start slowly with letter-specific “Words That Begin With” review lessons. Not only do these particular first grade grammar worksheets offer professionally illustrated picture clues, but each word corresponds to a fill in the blank question. So all at once children can practice their reading, vocabulary, object identification, and penmanship skills.
As the year progresses and children better understand things like parts of speech and singular vs plural words, let them flex their creativity muscles by trying our “Fill-in a Funny Story” pages. Here, students are asked to choose their own descriptive words to complete a story that follows a certain theme (think “Mad Libs” for first graders).
Finally, keep the grammar practice going in a more informal way by asking your child to identify adjectives and pronouns during bedtime reading, and pick out capital letters on cereal boxes.