Teaching parts of speech has never been easier!
If you find an extra five minutes in your day, you can easily practice parts of speech. These are excellent transition lessons -- especially since students are expected to use parts of speech such as prepositions as early as kindergarten in the new common core standards.
This teacher's guide shows you how to teach parts of speech with a question/answer flow in this order:
~Subject Nouns/Verbs/Adverbs/Adjectives/Prepositional Phrases
~Subject Nouns/Verbs/Adverbs/Adjectives/Prepositional Phrases/Article Adjectives
There are also cheers to help students learn adjectives and adverbs.
(Make punching motions)
~HOW did you punch him?
~WHEN did you punch him?
~WHERE did you punch him?
(Jerk your thumb over your shoulder like your asking the child to get out of the room.)
~Go to the office!
(Make two fists and pretend to pound the air.)
IMPORTANT NOTE: The sentences are the SAME in all PowerPoints and PDF. However, the parts of speech you teach change. The repetition is great for review. Once you've taught them all, you'll be ready to create your own sentences following the same pattern. My students test each week over sentences they've never seen before, and they always do well.
PowerPoint 1 - Subject Noun/Verb
PowerPoint 2 - Subject Noun/Verb/Adverb
PowerPoint 3 - Subject Noun/Verb/Adverb/Adjective
PowerPoint 4 - Subject Noun/Verb/Adverb/Adjective/Prepositional Phrases
PowerPoint 5 - Subject Noun/Verb/Adverb/Adjective/Prepositional Phrases/Article Adjectives