A simple but effective game which revises different parts of grammar and punctuation. Pupils play in teams. They choose an area (eg verbs) from the game board. The PowerPoint will throw up a question about the chosen area and reveal the answer when clicked. This activity can easily last a whole one hour lesson. Pupils enjoy the competitive element. It can be used as a ‘fun’ way to revise grammar terminology in preparation for the KS2 SATs. Categories in the game: verbs, connectives, adverbs, subject and object, names for words (eg plural, antonym), prepositions and articles, adjectives and determiners, apostrophes, various punctuation.
A fun and engaging space-themed booklet - designed to help students practice their key spelling, grammar and punctuation skills. This 30 page booklet contains activities and tasks covering: word classes prefixes / suffixes plurals verb tenses capital letters speech marks high frequency words proofreading comprehension end/ beginning sounds synonyms/ antonyms and more! This document can be used as a booklet or printed off as individual worksheets. Perfect for whole class use, SEND/EAL/Lower ability interventions, homework, home learning and more. Check out my shop for loads more free and inexpensive KS3 & KS4, Literacy and whole school resources.
This resource contains a quiz/revision resource on KS2 SATS English - spelling punctuation and grammar. It can be used as a quiz or as a revision resource. The quiz can be administered in a variety of ways - to individuals or teams. The answers can be found by clicking on the question image on the bottom right-hand corner of each slide. Answers can be given either as you go through the quiz or at the end. An answer sheet is included to record answers. The quiz includes SATS style questions on: grammatical terms, word/classes - nouns, verbs, adjectives, coordinating and subjunctive conjunctions, pronouns possessive, relative, adverbs, adverbials, prepositions, determiners, subject and object, verb tenses, modal verbs, present and past progressive,passive and active, clauses - main, fronted adverbials, subordinate, relational, punctuation - full stops, commas in lists, commas to clarify meaning, question marks, exclamation marks, inverted commas, apostrophes, colons, semi-colons, capital letters, hyphens, direct speech, brackets, determiners, articles - definite and indefinite, function of sentences - declarative, interrogative, imperative and exclamatory sentences (statement, question, command, exclamation), vocabulary -synonyms and antonyms, prefixes and suffixes, spelling - homophones and plurals. You may also be interested in: Key Stage 2 SPaG SATS Set of 66 SATS Style Questions This resource contains a set of 66 SATS style questions on grammatical terms and word classes. The resource includes questions on the following: Nouns Verbs Adjectives Conjunctions Pronouns Possessive Pronouns Relative Pronouns Adverbs Prepositions Determiners Subject and Object Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step-by-Step Guide
KS2 English grammar and punctuation powerpoint to use for displays.
This complete guide to grammar includes fifteen lessons and an accompanying workbook. The lessons start by looking at how to build a sentence accurately and then move on to more advanced sentence structures, punctuation and grammar rules. Ideal for teaching students from scratch but also as a revision tool. The booklet also includes writing challenges designed to encourage students to apply the rules they have learnt. I have used this resource with Year 7 through to Year 11 with much success.
'Being Accurate in GCSE English' Could easily be suitable for KS3 too. Feel free to alter as needed.
It’s a small and free resource based on punctuation such as full stops and capital letters. It is for year 1.
Key skills for KS2 and KS3 - even KS4 if needed. Apostrophes, articles, commas, capital letters, compound sentences. complex sentences, exclamation marks, full stops, main and subordinate clause, modal verbs, prepositions, questions marks, speech marks, subject and object.
Over 60 Short daily sessions of grammar and punctuation. Editable Powerpoint presentation. Positive. Children enjoy doing grammar and punctuation. Commas Contractions Possessive apostrophes Speech marks Brackets Dashes Run-on sentences Differentiation
PPt containing 100 grammar and punctuation activities with accompanying answers. Useful for starters at KS3 or for KS2 SATs SPAG practice.
A poster with types of punctuation to use as a display poster or learning mat.
With the lack of resources around for the new SPAG test- I decided to make this resource for my year 6. It is in line with the sample tests available from the DFE.
Grammar and Punctuation Assembly Two camps: Grammys and Punks! Cast of 30 - easily adaptable up or down Duration: around 10 - 15 minutes This class play attempts to cover at least the basics of our great English Language - a pretty tough challenge! 'Coverage' includes: Punctuation: Capital Letters Full Stops Exclamation Marks Question Marks Commas Colons Semicolons Brackets Hyphens Quotation Marks Apostrophes Grammar: Nouns Proper Common Collective Abstract Pronouns Adjectives; Verbs Present Past Future Active and Passive Regular and Irregular Adverb; Preposition Conjunction Sample Text Narrator: (Growing increasingly impatient) Yes! Yes! Do please say what you’ve got to say! We do have a few more parts of speech apart from yourself to get through, you know! Grammy 2: (Huffily) Oh very well. I’ll keep it brief! (Punks all cheer) Grammy 2: Well, proper nouns are really just names. (Pauses) There! Is that brief enough for you? Narrator: Excellent! Thank you for that! (To audience) Phew! I thought for one awful moment we were going to be stuck with proper nouns until the end of the assembly! Next! Grammy 3: (Bashfully) Me? Oh I’m just a common noun! Narrator: Oh! Nothing remotely common about you I’m sure! Grammy 3: But that’s what I’m called! Grammy 2: That’s right! I’m proper! And he’s common! Word: Well, there are quite a few other types, like Grammy 4: Collective nouns – for example, a swarm of bees, a herd of sheep Grammy 5: And abstract nouns – things you can’t hold in your hand - like anger, time Narrator: (Looking at watch) Speaking of which, yes, I think that’s enough on nouns! Grammy 6: (Squeaking) But hey! I might be small, but don’t forget me! Narrator: And you are? Grammy 6: I’m a pronoun! Very important I am! Narrator: (To audience) Just like the rest of them! State your business, briefly if you can!
Perfect to put onto a keyring for subject knowledge. Years 1 -6
This Power Point tests knowledge of there and their, knowledge of speech marks and commas , homophones, the use of prefixes to form opposites, alphabetical ordering, identifying deliberate mistakes and much more. Pupils are required to perfect a weirdly worded passage. Answers are provided. This resource is suitable for ages 10+ and is ideal for revision purposes.
I created a 15 page work pack containing six exercises of general punctuation, nouns, pronouns, verbs, adverbs and adjectives for my GCSE English language revision class. It has a definition with examples and then exercises to be completed. (Answers are included) I have found that I can use them for stretching students further in Year 10 and Year 11. I have added in the answers so that they can bee peered marked or used for homework. I also found that it encourages students to find the meaning and definitions.
This informative and engaging 37-slide resource contains a number of mini-lessons teaching children about the different word classes, including: -Nouns (including proper, common, concrete, abstract, singular, plural and collective nouns); -Pronouns (including possessive and relative pronouns); -Verbs (including auxiliary and modal verbs); -Adverbs (including adverbs of time, place, cause and possibility); -Adverbials (including fronted adverbials); -Conjunctions (including coordinating and subordinating conjunctions); -Determiners (including definite and indefinite articles); -Prepositions (including prepositions of location, time and movement). Each section contains an explanation (comprising of a definition and examples) before children are set a task to demonstrate their understanding. Where appropriate, answers are given. This resource is perfect as a revision or home learning tool. Thank you!
A perfect resource for a Year 5 or Year 6 classroom. Could be used in Year 4 and edited to be used in Year 3. A range of cards with definitions and examples to help the children. Pastel boarders that can be edited to suit your classroom theme.
A number of tasks addressing a some of the common errors pupils make with regards to SPaG. One task has language/content which may not be suitable for ks3, so will need to be adapted.
Grammar and punctuation task cards, used to plug the gaps in children’s knowledge. Can be used as small individual activities or as a focussed individual gap-filling lesson. I will be using these toward the end of the school year before assessments to really give children the final push. Included: 13 different focussed task sheets each with at least 4 tasks per sheet Instructions for the cards and teacher notes Openers and connective fans to prompt Two word mats to be used in conjunction with some tasks Thanks for looking
This power point requires the students to supply missing apostrophes, the correct homophone, add prefixes to form the opposite, to organise alphabetically and to decipher a weirdly worded passage. This is intended to be used when revising different aspects of grammar , punctuation and spelling in general. Answers are provided. Suitable for ages 10+