Show your students that studying grammar
and learning parts of speech
can be fun!
This 2-page reproducible activity
asks students to identify PARTS OF SPEECH
in various lines of “Home on the Range.”
Correctly identifying the parts of speech leads students to the answer to a puzzle
contained within the activity.
A separate answer key
On the answer key page, you will also find . . .
• background information about the men who composed the lyrics and the melody
• fun facts about the song’s popularity
• links to versions of the song sung the way it was originally written
and sung the way it is now popular
This classroom-tested activity is suitable for middle school, high school, and college classes. Created by Susan Thurman.
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