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5th Grade Grammar Assessment Free

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Nouns Grammar Worksheet Packet + Test (Digital Distance Learning Enabled!)

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This easy to use worksheet series explains the basics of what noun is (person, place, or thing) and also delves into the specific and general forms that nouns can take. Additionally it teaches the details of seen and unseen nouns.Every grammar worksheet starts off with a simple explanation of the part of speech accompanied with guided practice that is great to cover as a class. After page one, students are then ushered into independent practice exercises to flex their understanding.Additionally

FREE Reverse Grammar Worksheet

WARNING! If you do not want to offer your students an additional challenge when it comes to grammar, do NOT use this FREE resource with your students. If you are a teacher wanting to try something NEW and different, then this grammar resource might be what you are looking for. This free grammar activity challenges a student to think critically by selecting the best word that would not otherwise fit in each sentence. In other words, instead of selecting the correct word to use in the sentence, st

Parts of Speech Practice: Create a Menu (Middle School Grammar)

This is one of my favorite real-life application projects that can be completed individually by students or in partners. The Create Your Own Menu project allows students to use their creativity to think of a type of restaurant they would open, name it, and create a menu for it all while practicing specific and vivid nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and prepositional phrases. This lesson includes directions handout, student planning guide, and rubric. Created by Pride and Prepositions.

Contractions Chart/Grid/Worksheet/Quiz (Blank) - FREEBIE!

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Ms Emilys Class
This resource includes: - One blank contractions chart - One contractions chart partially filled in (Great for my students that easily get overwhelmed, need more support, ESL learners etc.) CONTRACTIONS in CHART include common contractions with NOT, WILL, IS, ARE, HAVE, & WOULD. There are so many ways to use this resource: - Use this as a part of a literacy station. Students can write the contractions after completing a matching or sorting activity. - Use as guided practice. After learn

Paragraph Editing - Weekly Fix It Paragraphs Freebie

This is a sample from my Weekly Fix It Paragraphs Set #1. Included are 2 different paragraphs for your students to practice their editing skills. This freebie shows the multiple formats in which the fix paragraphs are offered. This freebie includes nonfiction paragraphs about Apples and Labor Day. *These Fix-It paragraphs meet almost all of the Common Core Language Standards for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades. If you are interested in Weekly Paragraphs to edit for the whole year, please check her

Punctuation Proofreading Practice Activity Worksheets FREE

Help to reinforce punctuation rules and the importance of proofreading with these engaging and FREE superhero-themed proofreading practice printables. Five engaging paragraphs are provided, each with their own punctuation focus and helpful hints section. Students proofread the paragraph and then rewrite it in the space provided. This would be useful as a bell ringer or morning work activity, for ELA test prep, homework, or as part of a literacy or language rotation. Click here to see the full ve


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Ruth S.
These free homophone worksheets can be used for classwork, homework, or as an assessment. Answers are included. Students often confuse these words, so the more practice the better! Please note: The cover of this packet says there are two worksheets. There is also a homophone challenge worksheet. Feedback and FollowersIf you'd like to see more of my resources, please follow me by clicking on the star near my name. You’ll receive FREE updates for any of my resources you purchase. I’ll send you a

Adjectives Worksheet Freebie

Print and go grammar practice. This adjective worksheet will give your students practice identifying adjectives in sentences. It will make a great addition to your adjective unit or ongoing practice. You Might Also Like ⭐ Adjectives: Choosing Powerful Words ⭐ Complete Grammar Pack ⭐ Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions: Tyrannosaurus rex ⭐ Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions: Blackbeard, the Pirate Remember to follow my store to be the first to know about all my new products

FREE Grammar and Spelling Morning Work, Start Work, Exit Slips

This packet contains 9 days of daily grammar / spelling practice for students. ~Each page contains 3 days worth of comma practice strips; 9 class days in all~Each daily strip has 5 problem sentences~Students must find grammatical and spelling errors in each sentence~Answer key is included~Slips can be used many ways: Morning/Start work Exit slips Reviewing Problem of the day/weekFor news about freebies and information on sales and giveaways:Follow Me on FacebookF

FSA Editing Tasks 3rd-5th grade FREE SAMPLE

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Katie Jones
It is time to get your students ready for the upcoming state assessment! These editing tasks were designed to match the updated style of the editing tasks. Students will be exposed to a variety of language skills that could show up on the FSA. Skills include, but are not limited to, capitalization, punctuation, spelling, and grammar. This product was specifically designed to be applicable to students in grades 3rd-5th grade.In this download, you will receive 2 editing tasks. Each editing tas

Parts of Speech Exit Ticket Set {FREEBIE!}

Created by
Deb Hanson
This set includes exit tickets for the following parts of speech. NOUN VERB PRONOUN ADJECTIVE ADVERB PREPOSITION CONJUNCTION INTERJECTION Feel free to take a peek at my other parts of speech resources. Part 1: Nouns, Verbs & Pronouns BUNDLE: PowerPoint, Craftivity, Exit Slip, Assessment, Study Guide Part 2: Adjectives & Adverbs BUNDLE: PowerPoint, Craftivity, Exit Slip, Assessment, Study Guide) Part 3: Prepositions, Conjunctions, and Interjections BUNDLE: PowerPoint, Craftivit

Past, Present, and Future Verb Tenses Google Forms™ Quiz (self-grading!)

Try my grammar Google Forms™ quizzes out with this FREE Past, Present, and Future Verb Tenses assessment. With 10 self-grading questions, this quiz is a great snapshot of whether your students understand how to classify sentences based on when they occurred!The printable version of this quiz is also included along with the answer key.***Or get the FREE FULL WEEK bundle to introduce, practice, review, edit, and assess punctuation in dialogue using Google Slides™ activities & Google Forms™ qui

Plural Nouns Worksheet Freebie!

Created by
Joanna Riley
Geared towards fourth grade - includes adding -s, -es, changing y to i and adding -es

FREEBIE Parts of Speech Review: Grammargories Activity

**UPDATED APRIL 2018** If you have downloaded this freebie, please download the most recent version for updates! Looking for entertaining and challenging language review activities for your students? They'll love Grammargories! Inspired by the game Scattergories, students try to beat the clock as they complete parts of speech-related lists with themed answers that must begin with the same letter. Grammargories covers all eight parts of speech (noun, pronoun, verb, adjective, adverb, conjunction

Identifying Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences with Gummy Bear Facts

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Ellamenohpea ELA
We all know how dull and boring those text book example sentences can be! In order to take some of the monotony out of these assignments and assessments, I try to make my own resources with interesting topics when I want my students to identify parts of speech or types of sentences. Although the content may not be the most exciting, the students remember and enjoy reading these interesting sentences! This assignment was created at the request of a sixth grade student who was obsessed with gummy

Dialogue Punctuation Editing Worksheet

Created by
Sarah Johnson
This is a simple worksheet for practicing dialogue punctuation (commas, quotation marks, etc.)! Feel free to change the names to match students in your class - my students LOVE that! You could even use it as an assessment after teaching the skills. Students should use editing marks on the printed text, then rewrite underneath or on a separate sheet of paper and use as a handwriting check!

Subject and Predicate Worksheet

This is a practice worksheet for subject and predicate. Worksheet includes an example as well as an answer key to check.Great for students as a review or as an assessment.

Standards Based 6-Traits Writing Elements (revising/editing)

Created by
The 3am Teacher
NEWLY UPDATED!! An Interactive student Guide to build self-efficacy in 6-Trait Text Revising and Editing. Ready to use for lessons with printables for Students. The guides includes a process with steps that will guide students through each of the 6 traits of writing (i.e., ideas & content, sentence fluency, word choice, organization, voice, conventions) for 6-8th grade. The new updated version includes both color and black and white pages, a fun design, and all the same helpful content!

Compound Sentence & Conjunction Quiz

Created by
Miss Wood
This is a two part quiz with nine total questions. Part A directs the student to complete each sentence by filling in the blank space with a conjunction. Part B has the student take two sentences and combine them into one compound sentence using a conjunction. This was developed for use in a 4th grade classroom, but would work in grades 3-5.

Mentor Sentence Freebie {The Relatives Came}

Mentor Sentences are a FUN and ENGAGING way to teach students about grammar and writing! They model awesome sentences by favorite authors. I love using these in my classroom, and I am so excited to share this free lesson with you! Included in this FREEBIE: * 1 Mentor Sentence taken from the text The Relatives Came by Cynthia Rylant * 5 Day Mentor Sentence Lesson Plan with suggested responses * 1 Assessment with Answer Key This mentor sentence addresses the following skills- nouns, verbs, pron

Grammar Jeopardy-Review

Created by
Eva Cervantes
This is a fun way to review grammar concepts: pronouns, parts of speech, subject, predicate, sentence format, verb tense. The students can write their response in the form of a question on a whiteboard. By Eva Cervantes. ***Please be respectful and do not post on your own sites as being your product. I have worked hard on my products, and I have unfortunately seen people posting this particular item as theirs. I put it up for free (and I am happy to do so) since I know teachers can use it in ma

Just Add Pasta! Perfect Punctuation: Quotation Marks Edition

Created by
Fields of Brum
Make learning about punctuation (quotation marks and the commas, periods, and exclamation points that come with them) and capitalization hands-on fun with this activity pack! Print out these eight task cards and a copy of the recording sheet for each of your students. Then, add the pasta! Get a box of elbow macaroni and another box of thin spaghetti. (You won’t use the whole box, so plan on pasta for dinner!) Use the elbow macaroni for quotation marks, commas, periods (put two together—it m

Parts of Speech Review

Created by
Fluff n' Stuff
This is a great worksheet! It could be used as a review or assessment for the basic parts of speech (noun, verb, adjective, adverb, pronoun). The worksheet contains one word sort.

FREE All About Nouns Grammar Google Forms™ Quiz (self-grading!)

Try my grammar Google Forms™ quizzes out with this FREE basic nouns quiz. With 10 self-grading questions, this quiz is a great snapshot of whether your students understand the part of speech that is nouns.***Have you tried self-grading Boom Cards™ yet? My newest obsession is Color-By-Code Boom Cards! You can see some of my GRAMMAR decks for parts of speech, punctuation, and capitalization here! They turned out SO cute!***The printable version of this quiz is also included along with the answer k
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