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Spring into Grammar (Digital Version)

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Grade 4, 5, 6



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As spring arrives, you're searching for fresh and captivating activities for your Upper Elementary/Middle School classes. Coming up with engaging grammar exercises has become a daunting task, but fear not! I have just the solution with my Spring into Grammar Digital Bundle, specifically designed for distance learning.

This NO PREP PRINTABLE ELA/Language Arts package is tailored for grades 4-6 and includes answer sheets for your convenience. Each sentence in the worksheets revolves around spring, making it a perfect fit for the season. Additionally, the student worksheets are available in both color and black/white, giving you the flexibility to print them as you prefer.

Best of all, this resource serves as a comprehensive end-of-year review, allowing you to assess your students' grasp of the material covered throughout the year. With the Spring into Grammar Digital Bundle, you'll have everything you need to make the end of the year productive and enjoyable for your kiddos.

Imagine how nice it’ll be to concentrate more on teaching and less on planning!

In the realm of grammar, experts have expressed their views on its significance, highlighting its pivotal role in linguistic creativity. As Wilkins eloquently put it, "Grammar is the means through which linguistic creativity is achieved." Indeed, grammar serves as the very foundation of language, enabling us to use it accurately and effectively. It offers valuable insights into the intricate framework of language, allowing us to comprehend its structure and inner workings. By studying grammar, we gain a deeper understanding of how language operates and how we can express ourselves with clarity and precision.

◈This Spring into Grammar (Digital Version) resource includes:

◈ Complete instructions

◈ Spring Fun with Nouns and Verbs

◈ Adjective Fun for Spring

◈ Spring into Pronouns

◈ Spring into Adverb land

◈ Review of Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Pronouns & Adverbs

◈ 4 Kinds of Sentences: Declarative, Interrogative, Exclamatory &


◈ Spring into Contractions

◈ Spring into Possessives

◈ Answers

◈ Contact Information

PERSONALLY, I can remember one of my favorite students complaining about some of the textbook grammar lessons, saying that he dreaded doing it because it was so time consuming and boring. I’ve always thought about this when teaching grammar, and it helped me become a better teacher. I would begin each class with English Warm-ups. Then we’d sing a song about the part/parts of speech we were learning. Finally, we’d work on the dreaded grammar. Luckily, this Spring into Grammar Bundle was always a hit with my 6th graders.

◈This resource can be used for: ◈

✔ 4th grade

✔ 5th grade

✔ 6th grade

✔ Special Ed Classrooms

✔ Remedial Classrooms

✔ Home School

☼Helping teachers inspire students with engaging lessons that will be remembered long after they’ve left your classroom.☼

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