All of the grammar terms that children will need for Year 6 SATs gathered together on...
1.) Revision cards: print these off double-sided and laminate. Children can then work in pairs to see how many of the terms they know, ticking or crossing the terms with a whiteboard pen to identify the terms they still need to learn. I would recommend the 'aligned' versions are the term and definition print back-to-back.
2.) 'Are you a grammar mastermind?' game: print this onto A3 and use with a dice. Children need to define the grammar term or give examples in order to make it to the finish.
3.) 'Are you a grammar mastermind?' poster: print this onto A3 for your display. It also works as an answer sheet to the game.
Grammar includes: nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, pronouns, subjunctive form/mood, antonyms, synonyms, adverbials, direct and indirect speech, relative pronouns, prepositions, determiners, contractions, dashes, parenthesis, hyphens, expanded noun phrases, past and present progressive, modal verbs, possessive apostrophes, main and subordinate clauses, statements, questions, exclamations and commands, subject and object, suffic and prefix, relative clauses, colons, co-ordinating and subordinating conjunctions, active and passive voice, past, present and future tense, omission and punctuating bullet points.