Here's the musical way to learn about nouns, verbs, and pronouns. These songs help boost the skills needed for improved reading comprehension and writing. Cool songs and rhymes make grammar rules easy to remember. Students follow along with the book and practice identifying parts of speech in sentences. Immediate feedback by the performers allows kids to check their progress.
Ages 8 & up. Approx. 35 minutes.
Music is a fun and effective way to learn the rules about nouns, verbs, and pronouns. A reproducible activity book allows kids to follow along with the songs and join the fun. The booklet also includes worksheets for pronouns, linking verbs, and verb tense. Plus, additional activities provide practice identifying parts of speech in sentences. Teachers and parents have permission to photocopy the pages for instructional use.
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"These are audios with a difference: original tunes with attention-grabbing lyrics which teach kids. Grammar is available for grades 1 – 5 and provides a variety of entertainers who put together a CD/book program imparting basic grammar concepts. Educators working with pop musicians produce fine blends of education and entertainment." – Children's Bookwatch
"Learning with a beat is the theme of this well done selection. [The CD features] upbeat, contemporary musical songs with clear understandable vocals and lots of repetition for skills retention. Grammar uses musical numbers to introduce the parts of speech, which students then have to identify during musical pauses. – Booklist