Grammar and Vocabulary Games for Children

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This is the American edition of 'Grammar and Vocabulary Games for Children'. It is a resource book for teachers and home-schooling parents who want to make their children’s grammar and vocabulary lessons fun. Grammar, punctuation, phonics, vocabulary and proverbs are all presented in the form of fifty active games. At the end of a formal lesson, these activities can be given as a reward for hard work, or to reinforce the topic just studied. For restless children who need to stretch their legs and let off steam before they knuckle down to further work, the games presented in this book provide the perfect solution. Several of the vocabulary games are designed to help ESL students to practice their new words, and all the games encourage children to listen, concentrate and stay focused on the topic of study. The activities are aimed at children between the ages of 7 and 13 years. Grammar lessons and vocabulary building will never be boring when children are offered the games in this... More > book.< Less
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  • By Kathi Wyldeck
    Oct 14, 2011
    This fun book is a big seller in American and Canadian schools, where teachers use the games to teach and revise English grammar, vocabulary and punctuation to a wide range of students, including primary school children, ESL students and secondary pupils who are less academically inclined. The games are very active so a playground or school hall is recommended for their use. For restless students who need to let off steam, and for pupils who are losing concentration after hours of work, these games can act as a reward towards the end of the school day, while still demanding attention and the consolidation of prior learning. The book would also be of interest to parents and home-schoolers who enjoy active learning.
  • By Jack Black
    Oct 31, 2009
    For teachers who like an active, hands-on approach to teaching and learning, this is the perfect example of a book that can teach and consolidate grammar and vocabulary in a fun, active way so that children can really enjoy their English lessons. Most of the games need plenty of space (hall or playground) and are guaranteed to wear out the active boys in the classroom, so they can quieten down and concentrate on lessons to follow! The girls are equally keen on these games, and as a teacher, I have found that if I offer these games as a reward towards the end of the lesson, the children are more cooperative and work harder in the first part of the period. These games are ideal for elementary, middle school and ESL students.
  • By Esther Park
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Fun Book to Teach Children a Love of English" I home-school my children and we use this book on home-schoolers' get-togethers with other families. The children learn their grammar lessons at home, and then we play the games in this book in the park with the other home-schoolers. The children all love these games, which are active and fun, but also help them to revise their English grammar and vocabulary. The games are fun for parents to watch too, and I've learnt a few things about English that I didn't know before I read this book. If you want your children to develop a love of English, as well as a good knowledge of how grammar works, then you should check this book out.
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Kathi Wyldeck
September 30, 2011
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