Grammar is one of those subject areas that all students can use improvements in. Their grammar skills help build their skills and abilities in many other areas. As a teacher, I have found it hard to decide where to begin with teaching grammar in my classroom. We usually teach all areas of grammar and different students grasp certain concepts better than others. That is why I created this grammar inventory, which is helpful in the beginning of the year, as well as in the middle or the end of the year to assess where your students are and which lessons should be extended. This Grammar Inventory covers twenty different grammar areas including: nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, sentence structure, and more. There are 5-20 questions in each category. After students complete the grammar inventory, I track their results to decide which areas my different students need to strengthen. I use the results to differentiate my instruction to help my students and their individual needs. I split them into groups and design my instruction around the results, giving more detailed lessons in the areas where students need them most. Using grammar games and centers individualized around the student's needs is also a great way to use the results. An answer key and a data chart to track student's results is included in this download. I used this product in a third/fourth grade classroom, but I believe it could be useful all the way to 7th grade. Enjoy! I hope this makes teaching grammar easier for you in your classroom.