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Language Arts / Grammar Games

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When your kids are burnt out on textbooks and workbooks, break out the games!  Even games designed for older kids can be modified for younger ones, and you can turn any game into something educational with a little creative thinking!  Here are some games we found to help with building grammar skills.

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Spying Parts of Speech

Spying Parts of SpeechIdentify parts of speech in a sentence context! Spying Parts of Speech comes with two game boards and three card sets that make precise prescription possible: Set A (nouns, verbs), Set B (nouns, verbs, adjectives), or Set C (nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns). The spin determines how far to move and the color of the word to be classified. The winner is first with 15 points.

You've been Sentenced!

You've been Sentenced!Just deal 10 cards each and have some zany laugh-out-loud fun making sentences with You've been Sentenced! Players score points by constructing long grammatically correct, sensible sentences.  With the deck of 540 pentago-shaped cards with over 2500 words plus Wild Cards there are billions of possible combinations. You will probably never see the same sentence twice in a lifetime. And there are even expansion packs available!  Ages 8 and up.

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