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Beyond Mad Libs- Grammar through Games 101, 102, MS

 

Grammar and Spelling Games for Beginners (2-3rd grade)

Prerequisite: Students must be able to read CVC short vowel words and write at least 2 sentences independently on a topic given.

The early elementary student will learn and review nouns, verbs and adjectives; review sentence structure and the four types of sentences; and practice basic spelling patterns as well as plurals, possessives and contractions.  Multiple resources will be used to practice the concepts learned including games such as mad libs, Hullabaloo, and Dr. Doo Riddles; workbooks like Explode the Code, Spelling Power, Language Smarts and Word Ladders; and manipulatives like letter and word tiles. 

Teacher: Mrs. Julie Hughes

Time: 1:00-1:55 pm

Price: $80 + $5 supply fee

 

Language Smarts: Grammar and Vocabulary Games (4th-5th grade)

Reviewing grammar concepts has never been so fun.  Students will reinforce and grow in their understanding of parts of speech, sentence structure and types, and word meanings and relationships. A variety of resources will be used including games (like Scattergories, Blurt, and That’s It!) and workbooks such as Editor-in-Chief, Language Smarts, Vocabulary Ladders, Mad Libs and Analogies.

 

Teacher: Mrs. Julie Hughes

Time: 12:00-12:55 pm

Price: $80 + $5 supply fee

 

Beyond Mad Libs: Grammar and Vocabulary Enrichment for Middle School

There is more than one fun way to reinforce grammar concepts and expand your vocabulary.  Students will review parts of speech, verb tenses, sentence structure and types, punctuation, outlining, word meanings, relationships and nuances.  Many resources will be used to solidify these lessons including games (like Scattergories, Blurt, and That’s It!) as well as workbooks (like Editor-in-Chief, Language Smarts, Fast Finishers for Language Learners, Vocabulary Ladders, and Analogies).

 

Teacher: Mrs. Julie Hughes

Time: 2:00-2:55 pm

Price: $80 + $5 supply fee