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Grade 3 - Language Arts - Antonyms Antonyms are words that mean the opposite of another word.
2Bee or Nottoobee 2Bee and Queen Nottoobee need flowers to make honey. Help them find flowers by choosing the correct verb to complete the sentences.
Schoolhouse Rock - Grammar Rock Check out the lyrics from Schoolhouse Rock on nouns, verbs, adverbs, pronouns, adjectives, conjunctions, and interjections.
Grade 3 - Language Arts - Synonyms Synonyms are different words or phrases in the same language that have a similar meaning.
Grade 3 - Language Arts - Homonyms Homonyms are words with the same spelling or sound, but have a different meaning.
Alan Cooper's Homonym List When I was in the second grade, my teacher introduced me to "homonyms," those words, like "caret" and "carrot" that are pronounced the same, but are spelled differently, and that have different meanings. Check out this list of common homonyms that I have put together.
Words at Work I woke up at two o'clock in the morning to find Norman Noun sitting on the edge of the bed. He suggested I should pop down to the office and write a story about him; and he and his friends have been living with us ever since.
Guide to Grammar and Writing This site has everything you ever wanted to know about about grammar at the sentence, paragraph and essay levels.
Punctuation Marks This site covers all the punctuation marks used in grammar. Click on the mark (on the tree or in the chart) to jump to that section.
Home for Abused Apostrophes The Home for Abused Apostrophes in Truro is a haven for little punctuation marks which have been cruelly misused by greengrocers and other uncaring notice-writers.
The Parts of Speech Each part of speech explains not what the word is, but how the word is used.
Grammar - Parts of Speech This site covers the 8 parts of speech, with a lesson and quiz on each part.
Grammar Zone at English-Zone.Com This site has interactive activities covering nouns, pronouns, adjectives, prepositions, questions, comparatives and more! Each section has (will have) an exercise to try once you have finished reading that section.
Verb Zone Check out interactive verb exercises, including BE Verb, Irregular Verbs and more! Each section has (will have) an exercise to try once you have finished reading that section.
English-Zone.Com Idiom Zone Fun lessons with exercises covering animal idioms, relationship idioms and more! Each section has (will have) an exercise to try once you have finished reading that section.
Conversation Zone at English-Zone.Com Test your conversation and listening skills at the Conversation Zone. Each section has (will have) an exercise to try once you have finished reading that section.
Welcome to the Wide World of Verbs! If you don't know your verbs, then this is the place to be. Learn all about Action, Helping, and State-of-Being Verbs with the click of a mouse.
Zeek Games Get a load of our huge selection of awesome games covering math, science, language arts and more!
Funschool - 3rd & 4th Grade Games Have fun while you learn language arts, math, science, and social studies with Funschool.com.
Wacky Web Tales Fill in the blanks at this interactive site and create your own story.
Quia - Singular and Plural Nouns Match the singular nouns with the correct plural nouns. Words include both regular and irregular nouns.
Grammar-Nouns Singular and Plural Write the plural form of each noun. Type your answer and click on "Check".
Making Subjects and Verbs Agree When the subject of a sentence is composed of two or more nouns or pronouns connected by and, use a plural verb. . .
Subject and Predicate Every complete sentence contains two parts: a subject and a predicate. The subject is what (or whom) the sentence is about, while the predicate tells something about the subject.
Subject and Predicate The most familiar grammatical function is the SUBJECT. In notional terms, we can think of the Subject as the element which performs the "action" denoted by the verb. . .
Quia - Types of Sentences There are four(4) types of sentences. The declarative sentence makes a statement. The interrogative sentence asks a question. The exclamatory sentence is a statement that shows strong emotion. And the imperative sentence gives a direction or a command. Identify the type of sentences listed.
Sentence-Combining Skills Sentences have to be combined to avoid the monotony that would surely result if all sentences were brief and of equal length.
Writing Topic Sentences A topic sentence (also known as a focus sentence) encapsulates or organizes an entire paragraph, and you should be careful to include one in most of your major paragraphs. Although topic sentences may appear anywhere in a paragraph, in academic essays they often appear at the beginning.
The Paragraph A paragraph is a group of related sentences which presents and develops one idea or one aspect of an idea. A good paragraph does not just state the idea; each sentence in it supports or extends the central idea, so that the whole paragraph is a short but complete composition.
Grammar Gorillas Our friends, the Grammar Gorillas, need help identifying parts of speech. If you click on the right word in the sentence, our friends get a banana. And you know, a gorilla with a banana is a gorilla with appeal.
Internet Anagram Server Did you know that parliament is an anagram of partial men? Or, Clint Eastwood an anagram of Old West Action? Someone once said, "All the life's wisdom can be found in anagrams. Anagrams never lie." Here is your chance to discover the wisdom of anagrams.
Capital Letters: When and Why to Use Them Learn capitalization rules, including practice questions.
in, on, at, and to Prepositions The most difficult prepositions, in my experience, are in, on, at, and to.
The Library: Grammar Quiz Take this grammar quiz to test your knowledge of grammar rules.
Lesson Plans/Classroom Activities
Find a Noun, Pick It Up!
Coloring Language with Adverbs and Adjectives
Parts of Speech People
Verb and Adverb Actions
Adjective, Noun, Verb, Adverb
Using a Thesaurus
Tongue Twisters from A to Z
Red Light- Green Light
Suffixes and Prefixes
Suffixes and Synonyms
Synonyms and Antonyms
Correct the Homophones
Commas in Lists
Fill in the Punctuation
Incident in the Playground
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