The Fourth of July: Grammar and Vocabulary Review
Includes 4 PRINTABLES and ANSWER KEYS.
In the first PRINTABLE “The Fourth of July Idiom Grammar Review” students will discover the hidden idiom by identifying different parts of speech (i.e. irregular plural nouns, adverbs of frequency, conjunctions, subject pronouns, comparative adjectives, irregular past tense verbs, affirmative present tense verbs etc.) After identifying the words according to their parts of speech, they will then follow the directions and color them accordingly. If students don’t have colored pencils they can cross out the words instead. The blocks that remain will reveal the idiom “Freedom isn’t free”. Finally, they need to write a sentence using the idiom correctly.
In the second PRINTABLE “The Fourth of July Vocabulary” students will use the words from the Word Bank to fill in the missing words. The words are all common Fourth of July vocabulary words ( i.e. freedom, fireworks, birthday, declare, original, colonists, taxes etc.)
The third PRINTABLE “The Fourth of July Scramble” students will unscramble words related to the Fourth of July.
In the last PRINTABLE students will need to write a noun, adjective and verb for each of the initial letters in the word “LIBERTY”.
I hope you and your students have FUN with GRAMMAR and VOCABULARY this Fourth of July!
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