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Grammar Resources K-1



Grammar Videos for all ages




Noun and Verb Charades

Divide players into 2 teams. One player from each team draws a word out of a bag and acts the word out. The other team has to guess the word and if it is a noun or a verb.

(You can also use adjectives and verbs, adverbs and nouns, etc)




Noun and Verb Cheer Game




ReflexiveNouns Station




Possessive Nouns are a Hoot




Collective Noun Valentine Center




Spelling Question and Answer Game

Write Spelling Word on board behind student. The class and the student have a copy of the spelling list as a reference. The standing student who is guessing asks questions of the class—does it start with a “n” or does it rhyme with “fall” or does it end with a “t”? Members of the class are called on to answer these questions. Once the student standing knows which spelling word, the student must flip over the list and spell it from memory.


Noun and Verb Sorts



Grammar Videos



Grammar Tunes

k http://treasures.macmillanmh.com/california/teachers/building-reading-and-writing-skills/ogrammar-tunes-grades-k


http://www.fcrr.org/curriculum/SCA_CCSS_index.shtm - click on the grade level for tons of great resources for all ELA standards, including Language standards



    Sentence Types


    **See attached word document for images**   Grammar Resources Grades K 1.odt

    Punctuation Takes a Vacation by Robin Pulver

    Bright colored paper

    Lesson Ideas:

    Four-Door Foldable
    Left side: Definition
    Right Side: Example

    Definition: Makes a statement; ends with a period
    Example: The computer crashed last night.

    Definition: Makes a command or strong request; ends with a period of exclamation point
    Example: Fix the computer now.

    Interogative Definition: Asks a question; ends with a question mark
    Example: When did the computer crash?
    Exclamtory: Expresses strong emotion; ends with an exclamation mark
    Example: This is such a mess

    Pender County “teacher tested” ideas:

    • Cutting out from outdated grammar books

    • Scholastic – Let’s Find Out about Polar Bears – Nouns and Adjectives

    • Grammar Songs

    • Math Journals – trade to see if what was written is correct and check for complete sentence…

    • 4th Grade editing with 1st graders who are reading buddies

    • Grammar with a Giggle http://www.amazon.com/Caughtya-Grammar-Jane-Bell-Kiester/dp/0929895045

    • Study Island – Green Apple next to Standard

    • Fun Brain – parts of speech

    • Novel Study, acrostic poems to teleprompter – Green Screen

    • Prefix/Suffix Foldables – definition on left word from text on right



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