Grammar Fifth Grade Activities: Year-Long BUNDLE

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    Fifth Grade Grammar Pacing Guide


    Grammar is one of those subjects that’s so important for kids to understand, but somehow, it just never feels like there’s enough time to teach and prep activities for it. Thanks to this bundle, your students can become excellent grammarians in just 10 minutes a day! I designed the activities to use the same set of instructions so you don’t use up valuable teaching time telling your students how to complete the work.

    This mini-curriculum is truly ready-to-use for the entire year! Yes, really. This bundle has everything you need to teach, practice, and assess 32 weeks of skills, including review weeks to ensure your students master these skills. Again, I designed each activity to take only 10 minutes a day and require instructions only one time. Teaching grammar to your students couldn’t be any easier. Best of all, you won’t have to answer “Wait a minute—what’s a noun, again?” halfway through the year (or more). Your students will get it!

    This bundle is a HUGE value! If you were to purchase each of the individual weekly sets it would cost $96! The resource will have well over 800 pages of materials including task cards, mini-lessons, interactive notebook foldables and flaps, and assessments with answer keys. I’ve organized everything into separate units and skills. It has everything (aside from notebooks and glue) your students will need. 

    How It Works

    For each unit, I’ve included a weekly schedule and supporting materials. 

    • Monday: Teach a mini-lesson using the included PowerPoint. Teachers AND students love it, because it’s engaging and calls for lots of student participation.
    • Tuesday: Practice the skill using the included Interactive Notebook activity. The cuts are fast, and the activities are simple. 
    • Wednesday: Apply the grammar skill with a quick writing prompt.
    • Thursday: Practice the skill using a task card scoot that lets your students move around—a great way to increase learning!
    • Friday: Assess skills with the provided assessment tool. The assessment is short and includes an answer key.

    What’s Inside

    Included in each of the weekly sets:

    • Detailed teacher directions with a recommended schedule
    • Mini-lesson PowerPoint presentation
    • Student notebook activity
    • Student writing activity
    • 24 task cards with a recording sheet and answer key! (*Irregular plurals, subject & predicate and addresses only have 16 task cards due to their length.)
    • Assessment with an answer key

    This unit has a total of:

    • 32 mini-lesson PowerPoints
    • 32 student notebook activities
    • 32 writing activities
    • 32 sets of task cards
    • 32 assessments

    Skills Included

    Unit One (Also included in the 4th grade bundle.)

    Unit Two

    Unit Three

    Unit Four

    Also Included:

    • Student Notebook Covers
    • Teacher Binder Cover & Spine

    Please look at the preview to see what’s included. If you want to see even more, click over to the individual sets for additional pictures.

    Also available:

    3rd Grade Grammar Mega Bundle

    4th Grade Grammar Mega Bundle

    Total Pages
    800 pages
    Answer Key
    Teaching Duration
    1 Year
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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
    Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
    Form and use the perfect (e.g., I had walked; I have walked; I will have walked) verb tenses.
    Use verb tense to convey various times, sequences, states, and conditions.
    Use underlining, quotation marks, or italics to indicate titles of works.


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