First Grade Grammar Workbook {My Grammar Reference and Practice Book} - learning-at-the-primary-pond
First Grade Grammar Workbook {My Grammar Reference and Practice Book} - learning-at-the-primary-pond
First Grade Grammar Workbook {My Grammar Reference and Practice Book} - learning-at-the-primary-pond
First Grade Grammar Workbook {My Grammar Reference and Practice Book} - learning-at-the-primary-pond
First Grade Grammar Workbook {My Grammar Reference and Practice Book} - learning-at-the-primary-pond
First Grade Grammar Workbook {My Grammar Reference and Practice Book} - learning-at-the-primary-pond
First Grade Grammar Workbook {My Grammar Reference and Practice Book} - learning-at-the-primary-pond

First Grade Grammar Workbook {My Grammar Reference and Practice Book}

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This is a first grade-friendly grammar workbook that A) provides students with practice and B) serves as a little reference book that students can refer back to! 

My Grammar Reference & Practice Book includes 35 pages of no-prep, "do together" activities. Students are not expected to read the instructions on their own.

To see what the pages are like, look closely at the thumbnail images and the preview file.

To make the booklets, simply print and staple the pages together!

This booklet does NOT include any lesson plans or other activities. It is not a grammar/language arts program in itself, and it must be accompanied with explicit instruction, practice in the context of reading and writing, and hands-on activities. In fact, this booklet was designed to go along with my First Grade Grammar Alive program, which provides all of that. However, it can also be used with any writing or grammar program of your choice.

Below is a list of the skills that are covered in the workbook (1 page per week). These pages can easily be rearranged to match your own program/curriculum!

Week 1 - The building blocks of a sentence

Week 2 - Speaking in complete sentences

Week 3 - Capitalization basics (beginning of a sentence + “I”)

Week 4 - A name gets a capital letter

Week 5 - What is a question?

Week 6 - What is an exclamation?

Week 7 - Choosing the right ending punctuation mark

Week 8 - Funky punctuation and capitalization

Week 9 - Writing the date

Week 10 - Using commas in a series

Week 11 - Prepositions

Week 12 - Nouns

Week 13 - Common or proper noun?

Week 14 - Joining nouns with conjunctions

Week 15 - Joining sentences with conjunctions

Week 16 - Adjectives

Week 17 - Choosing the right adjectives / shades of meaning

Week 18 - Using adjectives to create expanded sentences

Week 19 - Verbs

Week 20 - Choosing the right verb / shades of meaning

Week 21 - Nouns and verbs work together (subject-verb agreement)

Week 22 - Complete sentences have a subject and predicate

Week 23 - Possessive nouns

Week 24 - Personal pronouns

Week 25 - Possessive pronouns

Week 26 - Indefinite pronouns

Week 27 - Past and present tense verbs

Week 28 - Irregular past tense verbs

Week 29 - Future tense verbs

Week 30 - Formal and informal uses of language

Week 31 - Using subject and predicate to check for complete sentences

Week 32 - Determiners

Week 33 - Contractions

Week 34 - Capitalization and punctuation review

Week 35 - Parts of speech review

If you're using First Grade Grammar Alive, you'll notice that there is one page of this workbook that matches each week of that program.

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This goes perfectly with the Grammar Alive Curriculum, that we use. I love the reinforcement of the concepts and the independent work the students can do.

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This resource was great of distance learning. It was easy to access at home and easy for parents to comprehend.