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Grab this FREE review of the basic parts of speech! Students will have a blast as they play the traditional "4 Corners" game and review all of the 8 main speech types! Engaging and fun, this game will be an instant hit in your classroom while providing an enriching grammar review!
This engaging 4 corners game will have all students up, moving, and involved in a great reinforcement of the main parts of speech! Includes 2 levels for differentiation (basic: nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs; advanced: prepositions, pronouns, interjections, conjunctions) Topics can be used interchangeably which makes this game very versatile! Students will have the opportunity to not only review the many grammar common core aligned standards, but also sharpen listening skills as well!
J JB Creations
*8 color Parts of Speech mini posters
*48 parts of speech example cards
Fun Way to Learn!
May 23, 2016
This game is a fun way for my daughter to remember her parts of speech and review for tests without even knowing that she is studying or reviewing.
S. V - Homeschooler - Member Since March 2016
4 corners game
Dec 01, 2015
Students are truly enjoying demonstrating their brain power with their class mates. I have seen improvement with the lower students.
Norma B - Teacher - Member Since November 2015
About the Seller
I currently teach an integrated 4th grade Language Arts and Social Studies class. Although I've been teaching for 20 years, this is only my second year with an integrated curriculum. I love it! I've traded both my social studies text and reading series books for rich literature, primary documents, hands on games & activities, reader's theaters, and close readings to meet and extend all of my language arts standards and social studies content. This connected approach to learning makes so much more sense to both my students and me! It is what has driven me to create so many of my own materials and resources. My hope is that it can benefit other teachers who are attempting this integrated way of teaching!