This engaging interactive grammar notebook is intended for diverse use - multiple grade levels and abilities. It will specifically help meet fifth and sixth grade common core standards, but will be a good review for older students.
The pieces are interactive. Students will need to fold and glue - stapling for a quick fix will work too.
For a detailed look at the contents (and a blooming adjective flower!) please download the preview.
A quick overview of contents for this interactive grammar notebook:
~ The eight parts of speech fruit basket as a visual to guide students.
* Individual pieces for the parts of speech:
~Nouns (proper and common, person - place - thing pieces)
~ Pronouns (indefinite: singular/ plural/ singular or plural; Intensive and reflexive: first/ second/ third; demonstrative; interrogative; relative; personal: first/ second/ third)
~ Adjectives (proper and common, flowers center and petal piece; questions adjectives answer)
~ Verbs (linking/ sometimes linking; linking/ helping verbs - Internet link and helping hand)
~ Adverbs (questions adverbs answer; fireworks pieces)
~ Conjunctions (correlative/ coordinating; conjunction "screws" to attach parts of a sentences together)
~ Prepositions (singular/ compound; blocks - location of prepositions)
~ Interjections (singular/ compound; stereo exclaims words)
~ Parts of a sentence: subject, verb, direct object, indirect object, predicate noun, and predicate adjective. (Hexagons pieces).
~ Verb tenses: tenses tell time - a clock visual and pieces for putting in the clock. Pieces for students to write different tenses.
~ Connotation and denotation: flaps for definitions, and example pieces with visuals.
~ Declarative, interrogative, exclamatory, and imperative sentence pieces.
~ Simple, compound, and complex sentence pieces. Students will break apart the components of these types of sentences. Extra practice sentences include:
* 10 compound sentences. Students will cut apart the two independent clauses.
~ Various writing tools and tool box. A large theme throughout the notebook is "tools" for writing, for better grammar. Students can add color and use as needed. Writing and grammar practice sentences include (that reinforce the "tools" concepts):
* 10 sentences for students to 'tighten' wordy statements.
* 10 sentences for students to add correct punctuation.
~ Sentence errors:
~ Fragments: "hatchet" chopping wood.
~ Run-ons: a car wreck between two cars.
~ Comma splices: train cars that won't hitch.
~ Punctuation: period, question mark, exclamation mark, parentheses, dash, and comma.
Please see the thumbnails for an idea of the interactive pieces.
Need more interactive notebooks? This store also has Interactive Notebook Pieces for Seventh and Eighth Grades.
Need more interactive grammar activities for this grade level? Try coloring with your students! See Coloring Sheet Bundle for Younger Grades.