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35 FREE Grammar Worksheets That Improve Students' Writing

The ability to write effectively and communicate ideas through writing are essential for working in the real world. Outside of writing instruction, students need dedicated...
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Nature-themed Homophone Activity, Grades 5–8

Time to reconnect with nature and get your silly on with the Nature-Themed Homophone Activity. Students will be moving, laughing, and practicing commonly confused words in...
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Celebrity Tweets Worksheet for Revising and Editing Practice, Grades 7–12

Social media has become a powerful tool for teaching and learning. Wouldn’t it be fun to edit spelling, grammar, and punctuation in a relevant and meaningful way? In this...
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7 Printable Comma Usage Worksheets for the Classroom

Apart from the period, the comma is arguably the most used (but most misused) punctuation mark we have in the English language. In this article, I’m going comma crazy and...
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Baseball Parts of Speech Grammar Game, Grades 2–12

The use of sports in the classroom is a great way to engage young people in learning! One of my favorite days of the year is baseball’s Opening Day. I use the opportunity to...
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Creative Ways to Teach Parts of Speech in Middle School and High School

In this article, you'll find tips for reviewing or teaching parts of speech in middle school and high school. Plus, download five creative printables for your classroom. ...
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Diary of Anne Frank Activities That Will Strengthen Descriptive Writing, Grades 3–8

The story of Anne Frank is one of the most well-known in literature. Today, I want to honor this remarkable historical figure by sharing a couple Anne Frank activities you...
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Run-on Sentence Practice Activity for Students, Grades 3–8

Run-on sentences is one the most common errors students make in their writing. In this article, you'll find a printable run-on sentence practice activity that uses some of...
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Get Shakin' with Adverbs; A Fun Revision Activity for Students

I love the idea of combining writing with speaking as much as possible. Speaking what you have written is a great revision strategy. In addition, hearing the words allows the...
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4 Classroom Icebreakers to Kick Off the School Year

At the beginning of the school year, teachers have the responsibility to establish classroom routines, get to know students’ names, and immediately put in place the values...
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4 Interactive Writing Activities That Can Serve As Relief From Testing

High stakes assessments are coming to an end. This time period provides the perfect opportunity to introduce a few interactive writing activities in the classroom that can...
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Comma Practice Worksheets and Anchor Chart for the Classroom

Commas are a common punctuation mark that can spice up any writing.Because there are so many different ways to use commas, students have countless chances to use them...
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