Of course, grammar instruction is necessary, but must it be so normal? Must our scholars endure such vanilla, run-of-the-mill, generic material? Honestly, if I see one more "[dull name] went to the [dull place] to get [dull objective]" sentence I really will have to thrust my entire head into a vat of warm pudding.
Grimmer Grammar is here to stave off the everyday, pedestrian material that blunts the scholars' senses until they loathe learning grammar. Using entertainingly weird, light-hearted macabre sentences and situations, Grimmer Grammar sets the scholars on their toes to deal with the random examples therein. Think: the Addams family's home-schooling curriculum.
Your scholars will delight and wonder at the random, non-sequitor, and completely unexpected names, phrases, situations and examples in the Grimmer Grammar work pages. If they enjoy, they will remember.
Grimmer Grammar makes reviewing/going over worksheets for answers all the more engaging. Some, like this one, can even be performed by scholars using funny voices that they think fit the action. Review can be fun.
An answer key is included.