Grammar

Nouns are words used to describe a person, place, or thing. Verbs are a word or phrase that describes an action, condition or experience e.g. 'run', 'look' and 'feel'. Check out GrammarSongs by Melissa for a refresher on what they are.

Help the monkey collect 10 scoops of ice cream before the monster by identifying nouns and/or verbs in the given sentences! 

Practice:

Brigham Young University teaches you about 7 common coordinating conjunctions, which all play a big part in sentence structure. 

Practice:

This fun bubble game tests your understanding of conjunctions by completing compound sentences.

This video from Paraclete will teach you about the following types of punctuation you might encounter in readings: periods, question marks, exclamation marks, commas, apostrophes, and quotation marks. 

Practice:

The objective is to read the sentences, aim the target and fire the correct punctuation where you think it should go in the sentence!

A prefix is a group of letters added before a word/base to create a new word with a new meaning. A suffix is a group of letters added after a word/base. Scholastic gives you a list of common prefixes and suffixes with the meaning and and example!

Practice:

In this challenge, add prefixes and suffixes to words and see if the result is a real word. How many can you make?