What part of speech is the word RAIN? The answer might surprise you! In each of the following sentences RAIN is used first as a noun, then as a verb, and finally as an adjective.
The RAIN has stopped.
It might RAIN again later.
You should wear your RAIN boots.
In this fast paced, no prep grammar game each power point slide has three sentences. Each sentence contains the same KEY WORD. But in each sentence the KEY WORD is a different part of speech. The object of the game is to identify the part of speech for the KEY WORD in each sentence.
This power point game is ready to play with the whole class. It requires no preparation. All of the students play at the same time. The teacher gets instant feed back from each student. You can choose to hunt for one target part of speech or identify all three parts of speech at the same time.
The game can be used for assessment. A recording sheet for student answers is included along with an Answer Key.
As a follow up activity a set of worksheets give students the opportunity to create their own sentences to challenge their classmates.