Grammar and Vocabulary Games for Children
This is the American edition of 'Grammar and Vocabulary Games for Children'. It is a resource book for teachers and home-schooling parents who want to make their children's grammar and vocabulary lessons fun. Grammar, punctuation, phonics, vocabulary and proverbs are all presented in the form of fifty active games. At the end of a formal lesson, these activities can be given as a reward for hard work, or to reinforce the topic just studied. For restless children who need to stretch their legs and let off steam before they knuckle down to further work, the games presented in this book provide the perfect solution. Several of the vocabulary games are designed to help ESL students to practice their new words, and all the games encourage children to listen, concentrate and stay focused on the topic of study. The activities are aimed at children between the ages of 7 and 13 years. Grammar lessons and vocabulary building will never be boring when children are offered the games in this book.
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Abstract Nouns adjective adjective adjective adverb adverb adverb answer sheets appendix big circle Bingo cards child to reach children are enjoying Clause Common Nouns conjunction conjunction conjunction correct sign duck eggs ESL children ESL students Examples of sentences Examples of words Game 12 gerund Give each player going to call going to say Keep playing keyboard Lulu.com noun noun noun pair of players Phrase play the game players that once playground POST OFFICE Game preposition preposition preposition PRONOUN Game pronoun pronoun pronoun proverb punctuation reach the correct relay Remind the children scores a point shops Simon says simple singular Sit the children sleep speech stall stand swap places Talk team must decide Tell the children Tell the players tense Three cheers Tic Tac Toe types verb verb verb vocab vocabulary vowel walls What’s winning team wins a point wrong