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Free Fun Grammar Book!


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Got a link to this in my email today and it looks fun. It would be a low-stress, easy review too for older children.




In this classic read aloud book, published way back in

1878, author Nesbitt creates an amazing fantasy land not unlike

"Alice In Wonderland", where the citizens are the nine parts of

speech (Mr. Proper Noun, Dr. Verb, Little Article, etc.) and all

are governed by the stern but wise old Judge Grammar. It's a fun,

fascinating way to learn some of the basic grammar rules all the

while carried along by the very memorable characters and a wild

adventure to boot.


Here are worksheets that go along with it!

Jessica at the "We Don't Need No Education" blog has created

worksheets for each chapter of Grammar Land, incorporating the

exercises woven into the story. You can download

all 17 of these PDF worksheet files on her blog.

They are loads of fun and a great way to

make sure your kids "get" what is taught in Grammar Land.


Here's a link to a page on her blog where you can download these:



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We've been using this this year. When I said to ds that I was thinking of adding another grammar program in, he said, "We'll still get to do Grammar Land, won't we?" :D Gotta love it.


There are also some files at hslaunch. The first gives you the idea, but there are files for all the chapters there. There is also a game. The second link I just love. I haven't quite got a good reason to print these yet (and our ink is expensive:glare:) but I will one of these days just 'cause.


We use the worksheets from dontneednoeducation, but I like these too.






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So, does that mean it would make a nice transition into MCT next year or have we basically covered that base (at least at Island level)?



My son loved grammar land - he asked for it so much I finally just bought it,....lol. That said, he does not like MCT :tongue_smilie: I thought he would since he is so fond of grammar land but not at all.


Thank you for those worksheets! I think maybe we will try some!

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