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Free Grammar Practice Sheet: Quotation Marks, Said/Asked Words

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

I noticed in the kids’ writing journals that they weren’t using quotation marks correctly. I wanted to go over how to set up dialogues–the use of quotation marks and commas. I also wanted them to think about all the alternatives to using said or asked… there are dozens and dozens of great words.

My kids love the song and video, What Does the Fox Say?  That’s what this dialogue is about at the end (just so you understand!).

Looking for other free grammar pages?  You’ll find lots of other pages I’ve made for the kids by clicking on the Language Arts category (You’ll find the categories button on the right side-bar).  I’ve made pages on the use of commas, their/they’re/there, apostrophe practice and much more.

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Their, They’re, There – Its, It’s Free Practice Sheets

Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

The kids need a bit more practice distinguishing between their, they’re, there and its, it’s.  Here is a quick practice page I made for them. I’ll share that in case anyone else could use the review:

Free Grammar Worksheets: their there they’re – its it’s practice pages

Other free grammar worksheets you can download:

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More Irregular Verb and Plural Noun Practice Sheets

Tuesday, December 18th, 2012

I introduced irregular verbs and nouns to the kids last week, but it was clear they could use a bit more practice. Here’s another sheet I made for them. We actually did these last week, but with all the Christmas math posts I never got a chance to share these.

More Irregular Verb and Plural Noun Practice Sheets


Here is the link to the previous worksheets I made on irregular verbs and nouns.

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Grammar Practice Sheets: Apostrophes, Quotation Marks and Underlining (and others)

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

We tend to switch back and forth between our spelling program and our grammar work.  This past week we worked on grammar and I made a few more sheets that paralleled the topics that were covered in our Write Source Skills Book (here’s a link to Grade 2 and Grade 4).  If you’re interested you can download the worksheets I made for the kids. They cover the use of apostrophes, quotation marks and underlining.

Here are some of the other free language arts related materials I’ve made for the kids:


11 Comma Rules and Practice (This latest practice sheet includes several rules not included in the sheets I posted below)

Grammar Worksheets: Synonyms and Antonyms:


Other Grammar Practice Sheets:

This set of practice sheets that go over common  Comma Rules (the link send you to that post b/c there are a couple different sets of review sheets I made):

This sheet went over some of capitalization rules.  This sheet reviews some of the capitalization rules.
The blanks are for the kids to write in examples. For instance, “Titles
such as…”  Mr.    Mrs.    Dr.

Capitalization Rules Sheet .

Capital Letters – circle the words that should be capitalized.

Capital Letters Sheet#2  — In the blank, write a capital letter if it is needed.


Capital Letter Sentence Practice — Correct the sentences on the page.

Capital Letter Practice — Circle the letters that should be capitalized. (About our family holiday near Adelaide.)

 Capitalization Practice Sheet — Circle any capitalization errors you see.

 Punctuation Practice – Fill in the missing punctuation: comma, question mark, period,  exclamation mark

Language Arts Practice Sheet — capitalization, punctuation (.,!?) and contraction review

ou and ow words

 You might need to read the word aloud to your child (such as “h” — how or “ab  t” — about) until they get the idea.
You can find a ou and ow word sort activity at Finally in First which we did first.
Here is another cute ou – ow word sort from Oceans of First Grade Fun.
All About Spelling, Level 2 Lesson 25


to, too, two practice worksheets


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