Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Grammar Tales

These are some cute books to help your child learn the parts of grammar. Even my five year old twins loved reading these two books. They aren't very expensive, less than $4 a book, or I found some on paperbackswap.
The Planet without Pronouns was a story. On several pages there were little questions or tips about the pronoun. At the very end of the book there is a review with a few questions to ask and review what you learned.
The Bug Book wasn't a story but more of a read the caption under the picture book. It still had tips and questions and a review at the end.
For the price they are a great tool in helping your child learn grammar in a fun way. I notice there is even a book for using all the little books together as a grammar program.
We've only tried the two books pictured above but I do plan on adding the others to our home school as I have the extra money to do so.

Here are a few other books they have:
Grammar Tales: The No-Good, Rotten, Run-on Sentence
Grammar Tales: When Comma Came to Town
Chicken In The City (nouns) (Grammar Tales)
Grammar Tales: Francine Fribble, Proofreading Policewoman
Verb For Herb (Grammar Tales)

There are loads of others but any of these should get you to where you can see all they have to offer.

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