Use these grammar games for high school students if you are looking for ways to teach grammar in a hands-on way that will engage all your learners, but especially students who are kinesthetic learners and benefit from touching and moving things for concepts to sink in deeply. Allow your ELA students to work with concepts like action and linking verbs, sentence types, active and passive voice, sentence parts, and more!
Included in this bundle are several hands-on activities that can be used after you've taught a grammar concept, in conjunction with teaching the grammar concept, or as a review at the end of the semester. Consider using these activities for individual students, as partner activities, or as stations in your high school classroom.
All activities use research-based strategies for fully engaging your learners such as:
- Using mentor sentences to showcase what great writers do
- Scaffolding for students to work in their zone of proximal development
- Review and follow up for full mastery
Concepts sink in more deeply when students can get hands-on with their learning!