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Apr 20

Parts of Speech ~ Conjunctions

Conjunctions

Ten Ideas for Teaching Interjections

#1 Printables

Download a free poster (called connectives in the UK) at Teaching Ideas.

#2 Posters

Click on the image to download the pdf version of these posters.

Free Printable Conjunction Posters

#3 Grammar Journals

Learn about grammar journals on the Scholastic website.

#4 Grammar Lessons from Education.com

Grammar Lesson: The Subordinating Conjunction

Grammar Lesson: Coordinating and Correlative Conjunctions

#5 Using Picture Books to Teach

 Using Picture Books to Teach Conjunctions

Read the portion of Fantastic! Wow! and Unreal! that describes conjunctions.

#6 School House Rock

YouTube has a number of videos to teach parts of speech. Try “Conjunction Junction” from Schoolhouse Rock.

#7 Printable Practice Pages

Here are a few links to help you find lessons and practice pages:

#8 Online Games
The Grammar Gorillas

#9 BrainPop

BrainPop is always a hit with students. Here’s the link to the conjunction page:

Conjunctions on Brain Pop

#10 Grammaropolis Slide Show

This website contains games and slideshows devoted to grammar.

Grammaropolis

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If you need additional materials to teach parts of speech, you may want to take a look at Grammar or Interactive Grammar Organizers.

Grammar contains graphic organizers, mini posters, and fun hands-on activities to help students better understand parts of speech. This resource covers the 5th grade Common Core Standards.

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Interactive Grammar Organizers

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If you liked this post, you might also enjoy the following:

Nouns

Pronouns

Verbs

Adjectives

Adverbs

Interjections

Prepositions

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2 comments

  1. De Sheryl

    This is very helpful. Thank you for giving me some kind of direction to teach conjunctions.

  2. cccam server

    bookmarked!!, I really like your site!

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