My daughter's grammar has a lot of room for improvement. I am looking for a book that would cover a lot and does not say what "grade" the book is. Well, I'd be happy with a book, workbook, or website.
Kara, single mom of 4 girls (5, 8, 16 and 19)
Kids have strokes too!
grammarbytes. it's online and it's pretty decent.
What age range? How about Michael Clay Thompson materials? "Sentence Island", "Paragraph Town", "Essay Voyage" -- appealing stories for learning, lots of supporting materials for practice, and no explicit grade levels.
In that case, what about this:
We used Easy Grammar in grades 4-5. I'll probably pull out one of the higher level ones when my son is in high school, to cover the more advanced concepts. The one linked above is "Easy Grammar Plus" - no grade level in the title. It's intended for anyone grade 7 and up. My experience with EG is that the higher level programs still cover the basics, just more quickly.
It's not a "fun hands-on" kind of program, but it really is logical and "easy".
I second the "Easy Grammar" series. It only takes about 15 min/day and while it isn't colorful and full of games--that is actually a selling point here. My dd liked that it was no nonsense, get this DONE sort of thing. We have also used the MCT series (mentioned above)--and while I thought it was more of a pleasure, she didn't. She felt the stories were a bit too abstract and I repeatedly needed to help her understand the point.
Mom to three very active girls Anna (15), Kayla (12), Maya (9).
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