Knowledge about Language games

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Knowledge about Language games

This is a set of 8 games for children to work around in pairs or small groups. There is a different activity at each station for them to have a go at and they record their answers on an activity sheet. The stations are: Parts of Speech; Alphabetical Order; Countdown; Word Breakdown; Quotation Marks; Apostrophes; Homophones and Conjunctions. My classes have really enjoyed these activities and it has been nice to see them so engaged and involved in their own learning. It’s also a good way to assess their understanding of each area.

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July 2016
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July 2011
Perfect resource. Will use it for adults with slightly changed content. Thank you!!
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June 2011
Thank you! Will use it for my 6 th grade learning English.
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February 2010
thank you!
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February 2010
Good games mate. Cheers!
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March 2009
Some lovely ideas. <br/>Thank you very much for sharing. <br/> <br/>I agree with Evie - if you see a major error, send a message to the person, if not just say thanks. I often download a resource and adapt it ~ but I'm always very grateful for the original resource and the time, energy and creativity of the person who contributed it. <br/> <br/>Thanks again Milkandchalk
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February 2009
Nice ideas. But are we really still using the colon-plus-dash symbol [:-] shown on page 2 of Grammar Games? Also, on page 1 there is an explanation of what to do with game 4. Word Breakdown, “…which is broken down into it’s constituent parts…” That should be “…its constituent parts…” Perhaps section 6. Apostrophes could have benefited from a test for this common error. <br/> <br/>DD. <br/>