Parts of Speech Bundle | Activities for the Eight Parts of Speech
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Teaching the eight parts of speech requires diverse tools, especially for middle school and high school students before moving on to more complex grammatical concepts. Build the foundation of grammar with these digital and PDF activities for the 8 parts of speech.
Overview of this parts of speech bundle:
√ This grammar bundle includes varying grammar activities and tools for teachers to choose what works best for individual classes and students.
√ Add these grammar worksheets, Powerpoints, task cards, one-pagers, bulletin board kits, and station activities to teach nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, verbs, prepositions, and conjunctions.
√ The grammar activities are in both PDF and Google Drive formats with the exception of flipping books, station work, flash cards, posters, and bulletin board kits.
√ This material can last an entire semester; however, you may adjust the time table to fit your needs.
√ You MAY upload any of this material to your Google Classroom to share with students.
Tools included for you to teach the eight parts of speech:
* Powerpoints: nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, and conjunctions have their own presentation
* Worksheets (additional practice)
* Task cards
* Grammar stations
* 2 flipping books (these fun books need colored)
* Flash cards (have students write lists or definitions for the eight parts of speech or use the definitions provided)
* Nonfiction study (students will look for the different parts of speech within a nonfiction piece)
* Graphic organizers
* One pagers
* Bulletin board/word wall kits
* 8 posters (colorful - perfect for classroom decor)
* EIGHT weeks of EDITABLE lesson plans. Each part of speech contains an editable lesson plan that guides how I use the material.
* Final test (covers aspects of the eight parts of speech)
Specifically, this eight parts of speech unit contains these products:
√ Adjective and adverb task cards
√ Eight parts of speech review
√ Eight parts of speech posters
Bought individually, these activities would be over $70. This eight parts of speech unit includes over 500 pages of activities for you to use with your students and saves you money.
Do you want age appropriate grammar? This eight parts of speech unit is not cutesy! Middle school and high school students will not find the appearance demeaning.
The best part? Editable lesson plans are included for you to personalize the fun in creative ways to teach the eight parts of speech. I simply get you started!
As a bonus? The creator of these eight parts of speech activities is the published author of The English Grammar Workbook for Grades 6, 7, & 8.
Notes specific to this parts of speech unit:
- Two interjections worksheets are included, not pictured.
- This parts of speech unit contains over 500 pages of activities specifically made for older students. If you are teaching the eight parts of speech with middle school or high school students, this eight parts of speech unit has material meant for scaffolding and differentiation.
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Feedback from other teachers about this parts of speech bundle:
My students are really engaged by this lesson bundle. Many are struggling readers and these parts of speech activities give them a sense of accomplishment and success! Thanks for the great resource!
This is my go-to resource to review parts of speech. My students appreciate the simplicity of the worksheet's structure (no clipart, not overly stimulating) and that there are multiple opportunities within the packet to practice each.
Teaching grammar was thrown at me at the last minute this year. Never taught it before and, frankly, never wanted to. This has been a god-send. All right there and minimal prep for the task cards, etc.