Grammar Bundle



Let me introduce you to my first bundle.

When I found out I would be teaching 6th grade language arts standards, I may or may not have panicked. You see, grammar was never "my jam." I had to re-teach myself a lot of these skills, yet had a ton of fun creating resources that would engage my big kids, and get them excited about grammar.

This bundle is jam packed with assessments, data tracking pages, activities, entrance/exit slips, and more.



Let's take a closer look... and stay tuned for a freebie!






Surf's up for pronouns! (it's a beach/surfing theme haha) As mentioned above, you'll get assessments, tracking pages, and more. The types of pronouns covered are subjective, objective, intensive, and possessive. Here is a sneak peek at the types of activities you'll get in this section: 






The editing pack covers a wide range of skills. You'll start out this mini unit with spelling, capitalization, and punctuation rules. From there, you'll teach the students how to correctly use commas, parentheses, and dashes. There is a TON to be covered, but don't fret! Here is a sneak peek at the types of activities you'll get in this section: 




Ensuring you have sentence variety and maintaining your reader's attention can be tricky. In this mini unit, I suggest you start with reviewing the types of sentences with the students. From there, build on these by talking about formal vs. informal styles and tone or mood. I included a few pictures books that you can use to help teach these skills, too.  





Holy word skills, batman! This standard is loaded. We go from reference materials to Greek and Latin affixes. There is SO much you can do here. With that in mind, this will help you get started, but I can imagine there are a ton of fillers that you could use to add more to these standards. 




Call me a nerd, but this is by far one of my favorite units. I love hearing students talk about word meaning and delving deeper into their vocabulary. This can be incorporated with any novel you are using in the room. In addition, I always kick this unit off with music. I play a variety of music types and ask the students to discuss tone and mood. It really gets them excited about words and how they make you feel! 




(click on the image for your freebie) 



Head over to my Facebook to watch how I have all of this organized!  

Thank you so much for your support! 




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