How can we make grammar fun? This fast-paced Parts of Speech card game is similar to the popular game UNO®., so students catch on very quickly. Players are dealt 7 cards each; the object is to get rid of all your cards.
The game teaches the relationships between the different parts of speech. For example, if a NOUN card is played, the next player can play the same card—a NOUN—or a PRONOUN, because pronouns take the place of nouns, or an ADJECTIVE because adjectives modify nouns. To spice it up, there are REVERSE cards, DRAW 2 cards and wildcards. All interjections are wild.
The download is one complete deck of cards. You can make as many decks as you like. I copy them to card stock and laminate them before cutting so they last longer.
Download includes complete deck of cards, instructions for printing and cutting, student instructions and reference sheet.
Check out the preview for a closer look. Grammar can be fun!
What you get:
• 18 page PDF file of game cards. 112 cards in each set. You can make as many sets as you like—I have six in my classroom to accommodate 35 students, 6 per group.
• Complete instructions for printing and cutting the cards
• Instructions and rules for the game
• Printable reference sheet for students to use while playing that includes :
Reference sheet that shows possible game play moves
I hope your kids will have as much fun with this as mine do, and I hope it will make teaching grammar a little bit easier!
Thanks for your interest!