12 Tips for Teaching Grammar like a Pro
Blog Post - 12 Tips for Teaching Grammar like a Pro - ideas for English teachers in middle and high school!
Wax Museum Biography Research Report for 3rd - 6th Grade
This page Wax Museum Project will help your students create a biography research report on a famous person. The culminating part of the project is an amazing Wax Museum event, where students dress up as the person they have learned about and stand "still", like a Wax Museum, until someone walks up t...
Using Pinterest in the Classroom: Visual Tug of War (Loved that Lesson Linky)
I am SO excited to be participating in my first "linky" called Loved that Lesson! Thanks to Meg over at The Teacher Studio for this great opportunity! Check out her amazing lesson on Immigrant Diaries! I knew my students loved tug of war because we used an actual game of tug of war to demonstrate balanced and unbalanced forces during our force and motion unit in science, however, I wasn't sure how they would react to a visual game of it. I was surprised! They were so excited! Thanks to…
Parts of a Sentence Activities | Language Arts Classroom
Act out those verbs for your students, and create memorable grammar lesson plans! Here's how.
FollowShare on Tumblr Like many teachers, I haven’t always taught the grade level and content area I do now. Back when I started teaching, I was a music teacher. Overall, I’m very happy with my switch to 8th grade language arts, but pretty frequently, the music teacher in me will randomly sing, pull out my… Read More 4 Popular Songs/Language Arts Parodies to Use in Your Middle School Classroom (And Get Your Students Moving!)
your curly comrade, Suzanne I mentally file many things in the "Oh, that's good, but I don't know what to do with it" category. Well, this summer Lori and I went to Gretchen Bernabei's training, and that's where I learned about Star (not ST**R) Points. This bit of info quickly made it to the "That's too good not to use ASAP" category. Apparently, TEA released a document with all the grammar skills that they would ever test. Who knew?! Gretchen worked to format this into this grammar chart…
Run-ons and Fragments TicTacToe Game
Run-ons and Fragments TicTacToe Game → Editable files! This game provides partners the opportunity to differentiate complete sentences, sentence fragments, and run-on sentences. This is Tic-Tac-Toe with a twist! I created these game cards with excerpts from Maupassant's short story "Two Friends"... ...
Fragments & Run-Ons
This bundle covers the most annoying sentence errors in students' writing. It contains presentations, worksheets, and a quiz. Perfect for middle and high school classrooms.
Subject and Predicate Worksheets | Underlining Simple Subject Worksheet Part 2
This subject and predicate worksheet instructs the student to underline the simple subject in each given sentence.
Subject and Predicate Worksheets
These subject and predicate worksheets are great for working with subject and predicate. Use these subject and predicate worksheets for the beginner and intermediate levels.
38 Common Spelling and Grammar Errors - mental_floss on YouTube (Ep.9)
English language mistakes and errors that you might be making!A weekly show hosted by John Green, where knowledge junkies get their fix of trivia-tastic info...
English Grammar Lessons
Feel free to download, re-use, or share the following English grammar lessons with your friends, colleagues, or students. To view the following lessons you need