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Grammar – Teacher Resources

Teach your students perfect grammar skills, with our lesson plans, printables, and activities. They'll perfect their understanding of capitalization, punctuation, tense-use, phonics, vocabulary, figurative language, parts-of-speech (nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs), conjunctions, superlatives, sentence-structure, and more. You'll never run out of grammar printables and lessons with all of our resources!

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Printables for Grades K-2

Write Your Own Mad Libs®
Has, Have, Had
Synonyms and Antonyms
Sequence Cards
A Note About Witches: Fill-in-the-Blanks
Root Words
Writing Activity: Describe the Rain Scene
More Popular Grammar Printables, Grades K-2

Printables for Grades 3-5

Adjectives
Adverbs
They're/Their/There
Conjunctions
Write Your Own Mad Libs®
Student Proofreading Checklist
Homophones
More Popular Grammar Printables, Grades 3-5

Printables for Grades 6-8

Scoring Rubric: Poetry
Write Your Own Mad Libs®
Student Proofreading Checklist
Indefinite Pronouns
Helping Verbs
Personal Pronouns
Too/To/Two
More Popular Grammar Printables, Grades 6-8

Printables for Grades 9-12

Student Proofreading Checklist
Scoring Rubric: Research Report/Paper
Scoring Rubric: Literary Analysis/Interpretation
Scoring Rubric: Drama
Scoring Rubric: Comparison/Contrast
Scoring Rubric: Response to Literature
Scoring Rubric: Resume and Cover Letter
More Grammar Printables, Grades 9-12

Lesson Plans

Harry Potter Character Posters
Listen and Identify
A Pilgrim Conversation
Collect a Sentence

Punctuation

Capitalization & Punctuation Printable Book (3-6)
Discovering Punctuation 2
Discovering Punctuation 9
Quotation Marks: Who Said That?
Eats, Shoots & Leaves
English Grammar & Mechanics Printables Slideshow
Happy and Sad Frogs
More Proper Punctuation Resources

Holiday Activities

A Pilgrim Conversation Rubric
A Halloween Puzzle
Turkey Feathers

Literature & Grammar Connected

Jumanji Teacher's Guide
Scoring Rubric: Business Letter/Memo
Curious George Balloon Words
Describe It: Camping
Educator's Guide to Twenty-Odd Ducks/Eats, Shoots & Leaves/The Girl's Like Spaghetti
Animals & Actions Word Match Up for Monkey See, Look At Me
Out for a Walk
More Literature & Grammar Resources

Writing & Grammar Connected

Write Your Own Mad Libs®
Student Proofreading Checklist
Discovering Nouns 5
Discovering Prepositions 5
Discovering Subjects and Predicates
Antonyms and Synonyms
Discovering Pronouns 10
More Popular Grammar & Writing Exercises

Science & Grammar Connected

The Elephant's Ear
The Frog's Five Words
Which Worms?
Shamu the Whale
J.P. Bear
Draw a Path to My Door
More Than One Animal

Social Studies & Grammar Connected

Fire Hats and Boots: Practicing Capital Letters
A Map
The Weekdays

More Teacher Resources for Language Arts

Graphic Organizers
The Great Gatsby Chapter Questions
Popular Grammar Printables, Grades 6-8
Research Paper: How to Write a Bibliography
Popular Grammar Printables, Grades 3-5
Sample Essay Outlines
Lesson Planning Center
More Language Arts Resources for Teachers

More Teacher Resources for Reading

Graphic Organizers
The Great Gatsby Chapter Questions
Lesson Planning Center
Popular Reading Comprehension Resources, Grades 9-12
Poetry Terms Glossary
Bubble Answer Sheet
Questions Before, During, and After Reading
More Reading Resources for Teachers

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