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Abby Explorer Grammar - Fourth Level

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Grammar Fourth Level is designed with the key points:
1) Teaching grammar through interactive activities
2) Organizing these grammar rules into lesson plans
3) Generating Printable PDF for home learning or the classroom.

Grammar Fourth Level was designed to help your child learn and practice proper grammar skills. Learning has become fun with interactive exercises that keep the child engaged. It focuses on 3 units: Parts of Speech, Sentences, and Mechanics. Your child can work their way though or jump to the area they need more practice on.

Grammar lessons range from verbs and nouns to joining sentences. Each category provides a lesson and examples to encourage independent learning. Teachers/Parents can also print the included PDF pages, so that children can practice with a pencil and paper! Below are the categories and the interactive activities used to teach grammar:

1.1) Nouns
1.2) Common and Proper Nouns
1.3) Singular and Plural Nouns
1.4) Special Plural Nouns
1.5) Possessive Nouns
1.6) Pronouns
1.7) Subject and Object Pronouns
1.8) I, Me, We, Us
1.9) Possessive Pronouns
1.10) Contractions with Pronouns
1.11) Adjectives
1.12) Predicate Adjectives
1.13) Articles
1.14) Adjectives that Compare
1.15) Special Comparing Adjectives
1.16) Verbs
1.17) Action Verbs
1.18) Main and Helping Verbs
1.19) Linking Verbs
1.20) Present-Tense and Past-Tense Verbs
1.21) Future-Tense Verbs
1.22) Irregular Verbs
1.23) Adverbs
1.24) Adverbs that Compare
1.25) Good and Well

2.1) Sentence Structure
2.2) Parts of a Sentence
2.3) Simple/Complete Subjects & Predicates
2.4) Compound Subjects
2.5) Compound Predicates
2.6) Declarative and Interrogative Sentences
2.7) Imperative and Exclamatory
2.8) Agreement of Subjects and Verbs
2.9) Combining Sentences
2.10) Joining Sentences
2.11) Joining Sentences to List Words

3.1) Capital Letters
3.2) Commas
3.3) Direct Quotations and Dialogue

1) Multiple Choice Quiz (Question and Answer Format)
2) Underline the right answer
3) Word Search
4) Type the correct answer
5) Complete the Sentences
6) Drag answers to the correct box
7) Comparing Analysis
8) Joining Sentences
9) Sentence Scrambler

• 3 Units of Focus: Parts of Speech, Sentences, and Mechanics
• Lessons with examples
• Interactive activities
• Printable PDFs with answer keys