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EnglishClub : Very simple explanations of language, good explanations of verb structures for visual learners plus quizzes. Also good for student self-study.

English Grammar solution: Structure of All Tense, Structure of the Tense.

This website has examples of anchor charts to use in the classroom to help students remember the different parts of speech.

Subjects and verbs must agree in number. This is the cornerstone rule that forms the background of the concept. The dog growls when he is angry. The dogs growl when they are angry. 2. Don’t get confused by the words that come between the subject and verb; they do not affect agreement.

from Simply Skilled in Second

Grammar FUN for Interactive Notebooks

Grammar FUN for Interactive Notebooks More

verb shaker - cool idea! for the littles, could use as a whole group activity. someone read a word, someone put it into a sentence? maybe?

This is a FREE Noun, Verb, and Adjective center activity with a sorting mat, 24 word cards, and a recording sheet. Cute!

from Line upon Line Learning

Five for Friday: Frenzy, Freebie, Scoot in Homeschool, and More

Pick a stick ~ put it in the right cup

This worksheet provides a clear, quick-reference resource for students learning the verb "to be". It covers all the verb forms.

Fun game for verbs! This is a great idea for a 5 or 10 min. time filler!