Grammar for the K-12 Student
Cleary, Brian P. Hairy, Scary, Ordinary: What is an Adjective?
Rhyming text and illustrations of comical cats present numerous examples of adjectives, from "hairy, scary, cool, and ordinary" to "tan and tall," "funny, frisky, smooth, and small."
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Cleary, Brian P. Quirky, Jerky, Extra Perky: More about Adjectives.
An introduction to adjectives and how they help with descriptons.
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Dahl, Michael. If You Were An Adjective.
Includes bibliographical references and index. If you were an adjective, you could be spectacular, brilliant, dazzling, or daring. You could describe how something feels, sounds or behaves.
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Heller, Ruth. Many Luscious Lollipops: A Book about Adjectives.
Brief text in rhyme and pictures introduce adjectives and their uses.
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Maestro, Betsy & Giulio. On the Go: A Book of Adjectives.
Introduces adjectives through a picture tale depicting the adventures of two friends vacationing at the beach.
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McMillan, Bruce. Super, Super, Superwords.
Adjectives are used visually and grammatically to demonstrate the three degrees of comparison: positive, comparative, and superlative.
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Dahl, Michael. If You Were an Adverb.
Includes bibliographical references and index. If you were an adverb, you would often end in ly. You could tell people how things happen, how often things happen and when things happen.
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Heller, Ruth. Up, Up and Away: A Book about Adverbs.
Rhyming text and illustrations introduce adverbs and their uses.
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McMillan, Bruce. Here a Chick, There a Chick.
Photographs of baby chicks are used to illustrate such opposite concepts as inside/outside, asleep/awake, and alone/together.
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Pulver, Robin. The Case of the Incapacitated Capitals.
Loewen, Nancy. If You Were a Conjunction.
A fun look at the use of conjunctions.
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Davidson, Jessica. How to Improve Your Grammar.
Discusses correct usage, sentence structure, punctuation, and grammar. Includes practice exercises with an answer key.
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Leaf, Munro. Grammar can be Fun.
Illustrates the frequently misused words in grammar such as can and may or the lazy ones like ain't and gonna and wanna.
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Long, Ethan. Up, Tall and High.
Through illustrations and simple text, birds demonstrate the meanings of the words up, tall, and high.
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Freudberg, Judy. Some, More, Most
Colorful characters are used to illustrate concept of comparison in language.
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Bahan, Ben and Dannis Joe. Signs for Me: Basic Sign Vocabulary for Children Parents and Teachers. Presents the American Sign Language handshapes for verbs, adjectives, nouns, pronouns, numbers, and letters.
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Cleary, Brian P. A Lime, a Mime, a Pool of Slime: More about Nouns.
An introduction to nouns using humor.
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Cleary, Brian P. A Mink, a Fink, a Skating Rink: What is a Noun?
Rhyming text and illustrations of comical cats present numerous examples of nouns, from "gown" and "crown" to "boat", "coat", and "clown."
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Dahl, Michael. If You Were a Noun.
If you were a noun, you would be a person, place or thing. You could answer the questions who, when and where. You could be singular or plural.
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Heller, Ruth. Cache of Jewels and other Collective Nouns.
Rhyming text and illustrations introduce a variety of collective nouns such as a "drift of swans" and a "clutch of eggs."
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Heller, Ruth. Merry-Go-Round: a Book of Nouns.
Rhyming text and illustrations present explanations of the various types of nouns and rules for their usage.
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Koch, Michelle. Just One More.
Labeled pairs of illustrations explore the plural forms of irregular nouns such as child/children, goose/geese, and leaf/leaves.
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Pulver, Robin. Nouns and Verbs Have a Field Day.
When the children in Mr. Wright's class have a field day, nouns and verbs in the classroom make their own fun.
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Cleary, Brian. Pre- and Re-, Mis- and Dis- What is a Prefix?
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Cleary, Brian P. Under, Over, and by the Clover: What is a Preposition?
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Petty, Kate. The Perfect Pop-Up Punctuation Book.
A lift-the-flap book.
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Pulver, Robin. Punctuation Takes a Vacation.
When all the punctuation marks in Mr. Wright's class decide to take a vacation, the students discover just how difficult life can be without them.
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Rosenthal, Amy Krouse. Exclamation Mark.
A punctuation mark feels bad that he doesn't fit in with the others until a friend reveals the possibilities that exist when differences are accepted.
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Truss, Lynn. Eats Shoots and Leaves: Why Commas Really Do Make a Difference.
See how using (or not using) a comma can change the meaning of a sentence.
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Truss, Lynn. The Girl’s Like Spaghetti: Why, You Can’t Manage Without Apostrophes!
See how using (or not using) an apostrophe can change the meaning of a sentence.
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Bahan, Ben and Dannis Joe. Signs for Me: Basic Sign Vocabulary for Children, Parents and Teachers. Presents the American Sign Language handshapes for verbs, adjectives, nouns, pronouns, numbers, and letters.
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Cleary, Brian P. To Root, to Toot, to Parachute: What is a Verb?
Rhyming text and illustrations of comical cats present numerous examples of verbs, from "toss and tumble," "jump and jam," to "whine and whisper," "sleep and slam."
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Dahl, Michael. If You Were a Verb.
If you were a verb, you would add an action or condition to every sentence. Your could run, soar, swoop or feel. You could be helping verb or a linking verb.
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Maestro, Betsy and Giulio. Busy Day: a Book of Action Words.
Activities surrounding a day at the circus illustrate such action words as pulling, marching, waving, laughing, and washing.
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