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Card Games & Grammar Games For 3rd Graders

Erica Warren LLC Good Sensory Learning and Dyslexia Materials

  • $ 19.99 USD

Mastering grammar rules can be daunting and tedious for young learners. However, integrating games and interactive activities into grammar instruction can significantly enhance motivation and engagement. "Grammar Games Galore" offers a collection of five innovative games that make learning the different parts of speech exciting and appealing. Designed primarily for students in grades 3-7, these games are also effective for older students in need of a refresher on key grammar concepts.

Featured Printable Card Games:

  • Sort it Out Beginners and Sort it Out Advanced: These fast-paced sorting games challenge players to categorize word cards into grammatical categories such as nouns, adjectives, pronouns, verbs, prepositions, adverbs, and interjections.

  • Lickety Split Parts of Speech: In this dynamic game, players race to sort words into categories including adjectives, adverbs, articles, conjunctions, interjections, nouns, pronouns, prepositions, and verbs.

  • Lickety Split Nouns: Players quickly identify nouns and categorize them as a person, place, thing, or idea, enhancing their understanding of noun subtypes.

  • Switch-A-Roo: This game involves selecting a sentence strip with an underlined word. Players then race to replace the underlined word with other words of the same part of speech, covering a wide range including adjectives, adverbs, interjections, nouns, plural nouns, possessive nouns, prepositions, prepositional phrases, subject complements, and action verbs.

These engaging games transform grammar lessons into lively and enjoyable experiences, making "Grammar Games Galore" a must-have resource for educators looking to invigorate their teaching methods and captivate their students' interest in grammar.


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Based on 2 reviews
Marissa M
Great bundle

This is going to be great when working on the grammar that triggers meltdowns in some of my students!

Deborah S.
Great practice!

These games will provide the practice my students need to master grammatical concepts.