Many children enter full time education, still exhibiting immaturities in their use of grammar which may require focussed attention and intervention. We have put together an essential selection of grammar packs which come with full instructions and can be used by speech and language therapists, teachers and teaching assistants. The bundle covers the most common areas requiring work. The bundle includes:
Pronouns (LIP3) Pronouns is a pack of games and activities designed to develop understanding and use of simple pronouns – he/she/they.
Regular Plurals (LIP4) Plurals is a pack designed to develop understanding and use of regular plurals through colour illustrations and activities
Regular Past Tense (LIP5) A range of activities targeting regular past tense. Ideal for children with delayed or disordered expressive language development.
Irregular Plurals (LIP6) Develops the use of irregular plurals through 14 worksheets explicitly designed to target the most common irregular plurals.
Irregular Past Tense – ew endings (LIP9) Attractive activities in worksheet format to develop the use of irregular past tense ‘ew’, and focuses on: flew, blew, grew, drew, knew and threw.
Irregular Past Tense – ought endings (LIP10) Activity sheets designed to develop understanding and use of irregular past tense verb ‘ought’ endings. For example, bought, thought, fought.
Conjunctions-and-but-so (LIP13) Aims to develop the use of conjunctions ‘and’ ‘but’ ‘so’ in oral and written narrative with an extensive range of picture resources and activities.
Conjunctions-until-after-while (LIP14) This pack aims to develop the use of conjunctions ‘until’, ‘after’ and ‘while’ in oral and written narrative with an extensive range of picture resources and activities.
Personal Pronouns: I and Me (LIP15) Consists of a selection of games, quizzes and activities which provide multiple opportunities for the adult to model and correct, and the children to use, the correct form ‘I’.
Comparatives – Superlatives (WIP5) These attractive, fully illustrated activities in worksheet format, allow the adult to model the correct form, facilitate high levels of repetition and reinforcement, and encourage the child to use comparatives and superlatives independently.
Age: Suitable for children Foundation – KS1, 4years – 7 years